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AIS 295A - American Indian Studies

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer I
Course Description:

An analysis of historical and current issues affecting American Indians and Alaska Natives. Topics may vary and will focus on the exchange of scholarly information and/or secondary research, usually in a small group setting. Topic areas will be discussed within the framework of federal treaties with tribal nations, the federal trust relationship, sovereignty and self-determination, federal Indian policies, jurisdiction and federal tribal recognition, and Indian identity.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences