ANTH 265 - Indian Cultures of North America
3 credit (3 lecture, 0 lab) 3 contact hours
This course is designed to provide the student with basic background in North American Indian life and culture from prehistoric times to the present day. It consists of an overview of the rich variety of cultures across the continent with an emphasis on comparison and contrast. Emphasis is placed on both Great Lakes and Plains cultures. Archeological sites and the study of contemporary issues in areas such as health and education round out this course.
Students will have the opportunity to enhance their educational experience and earn additional credit by participating in the optional field labs.
OFFERED: even-year spring semesters
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