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School:
California State University, Chico
Course:
Hist 230 - The American Indian
The American Indian Documents

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Professor Lisa E Emmerich Spring 2010 Trinity 203 898 6338 Email lemmerich csuchico edu Office Hours MWF 11 12 W 2 5 and by app t History AIST 230 Butte 323 MWF 10 10 50 American Indian History Course Description Goals and Objectives History AIST 230 examines the experiences of North American Indian peoples and nations from the pre Columbian era to the present Topics for lectures readings discussion and in class activities include tribal social political and economic patterns spirituality and worldviews inter tribal relations the roles of Indian women the development of federal Indian policies and the status of Native Americans in contemporary society American Indian History meets both the Cultural Diversity and the Area D 1 Individual and Society requirements of the Chico State General Education curriculum Thus the course pays special attention to the basic concepts of inter group and intercultural relations and the intersection of ethnicity with a variety of social categories within the context of American Indian history It provides unique opportunities for exploring the nature of intra cultural and cross cultural relationships among Native nations and between Indian communities and non Indians Students enrolled in History AIST 230 should expect a course designed to do two separate yet related kinds of work First this class will increase your general knowledge enhance your understanding of the forces and conditions affecting American Indian people from the pre contact era to the present and help you better understand the impact s perspectives and contributions of Native Americans Second this course is intended to offer you opportunities to improve your research writing critical thinking and discussion skills To that end History AIST 230 incorporates the Department of History s Student Learning Outcomes SLO goals listed below into the work we will do during the semester Student Learning Outcomes 1 Student s work demonstrates critical use and proper citation of both



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