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Title: American Indigenous Histories
Course Section Number: HIS-250-01
Department: History
Description: This course engages the histories of many different indigenous peoples of the Americas. Most of the focus will be on indigenous peoples who lived in areas that came under control of the Spanish and Portuguese crowns. The course will span the history from the Olmecs to the present, as we survey relevant ethnohistorical literature, primary sources, and other forms of evidence. As with other 300 level history classes, students will produce a significant term paper based on original research, on a topic related to native history. Prerequisite: 200 level: none; 300 level: previous course work in History or Hispanic Studies
Credits: 1.00
Start Date: January 17, 2022
End Date: May 7, 2022
Meeting Information: 01/18/2022-05/05/2022 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:00AM - 09:15AM, Baxter Hall, Room 114
Faculty: Warner, Rick

Course Status & Cross-Listings

Cross-list Group Capacity: 25
Cross-list Group Student Count: 27
Calculated Course Status: CLOSED
Section Name/Title Status Dept. Capacity Enrolled/
HIS-250-01 (primary)
American Indigenous Histories
CLOSED History 25 24 / -- / 0
HSP-250-01 (cross-listing)
American Indigenous Histories
CLOSED History 25 3 / -- / 0