ANTH 0004. Native Peoples of North America

Units: 3
Hours: 54 lecture
Anthropological survey of the indigenous peoples and cultures of North America. Emphasizes ecological knowledges/practices, languages, material culture, social organizations, religion, mythologies, world view, and artistic representations and responses to change. Critical examination of the impact of tribal nations on each other as well as the interactions with other groups of people. Examines current conditions of Native American tribes and communities as well as contributions of Native Americans to the cultures of the Americas. Field trips may be required. (CSU, UC)