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AIS 596V - Issues in Native American Art

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring
Course Description:

This course examines the various theoretical and methodological challenges inherent to the study of indigenous art, including the issues of identity, sovereignty, cultural critique and the role of the artist.  In addressing the interdisciplinary nature of the field, students will seek to find strategies in approaching their own research.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences