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Contemporary Native America (Honors)
Credit Hours:

Cultural diversity of contemporary Native American tribes of the continental United States and Alaska, including lifestyles, politics, literature, music, art, and socioeconomic conditions. 

Non-traditional format: When course is taken as part of a summer field school, all lectures and demonstrations will total the equivalent amount of time as the traditional three hours lecture per week during a semester. The emphasis is on direct experiential contact with Native America -- landscape, ceremony, and culture. 

Not offered on a regular basis. Honors section.

(ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2120H) and permission of Honors
Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 3410, NAMS 3410, ANTH 3410E, NAMS 3410E
Course Type:

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