NASX - Native American Studies
NASX 105D. Introduction to Native American Studies. 3 Credits. (2 Lec, 1 Rct) F,S
A survey of traditional and contemporary American Indian cultures, the historical development of the unique relationship between the federal government and Indian nations, and current issues among Indian peoples.
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NASX 205D. Native Americans in Contemporary Society. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F
Selected contemporary economic, social, political, educational, and cultural issues facing American Indians today, with special emphasis on tribal groups in Montana.
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NASX 232D. MT Indians: Cultures, Histories, Current Issues. 3 Credits. (3 Lec)
Movements of Indians into Montana. Social structures including kinship, political affiliations; military, warrior societies, and religion. Establishment of Montana's reservations; treaties and agreements with the federal government; vested rights of Indians; sovereignty and self-government; contemporary tribal governments; contemporary Indian societies; socioeconomic problems.
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NASX 551. Native North America: Art, Agency, Activism. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) Su
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
NASX 551 explores Native Framed from an Indigenous perspective, the aesthetic, cultural, and symbolic meanings of traditional and contemporary Native American art, artists and activists illuminate the agency of Native culture in North America. Illustrative examples are derived from a wide array of sources, from ancient art to graphic novels, graffiti, cuisine, couture and contemporary artists.
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