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Course focuses on knowledge and traditions (Traditional Ecological Knowledges or TEK’s) that have been transmitted across multiple generations through oral stories, and traditional beliefs and practices, especially those regarding the relationship with the natural environment.
This course examines the socio-cultural patterns of selected American Indian groups from pre-history to the present with an emphasis on political, economic, artistic, and spiritual life.
An overview of Latin American environmental issues from the pre-Conquest Period to the present day.
Examines how indigenous peoples and imperial settlers interacted with each other across the globe from the fifteenth century to the present, encompassing historical case studies from North and South America, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia, and utilizing indigenous sources of oral histories, memoirs, and art, as well as critical readings of imperial sources.