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History and Social Sciences

Indians of the Americas

Course Code: SOC-231

General Education Categories: GE DIV

Course Description : A comparative analysis of native Indian cultures of the Americas. Native American traditions are explored from an archeological and anthropological perspective. Topics discussed are origin of the Indians, culture areas and subsistence patterns, health, medicine and religion, social systems, architecture, art and music; initial contact with Europeans, Africans and Asians and Native American relations with the larger society.

Department Description : History and Social Science

  • Credit: 3 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 3
  • Lab Hours: 0
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