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AIS 160A1 - Non-Western Cultures and Civilizations - Many Nations of Native America

Course information

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

Historical development and fundamental concepts of a nonwestern culture. Examines how members of a particular culture are shaped by a distinct heritage of ideas, values, and artistic expressions that may be in sharp contrast to traditional western ideas and values.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences