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AIS 336 - History and Philosophy of the Dine People

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring
Course Description:

A study of events in Dine history in relation to the political, societal and economic context of American history. A review of Dine philosophical and world views, examination of the history and federal Indian policy as applied to the Dine. Interactive in nature.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences