HTY 220: North American Indian History

Instructor: Professor Micah Pawling

Days/Times: MWF 9-9:50am

Course Number: 84882

Combined Section: 0097

Location: Stevens Hall 365

Description: An introductory history of North American Indians, from before European contact to the present.  Within a broad chronological framework, the course will look at critical themes in American Indian history; American Indians prior to contact; cultural contact; treaty making, treaty rights, sovereignty; impact of government policies on Native populations; and contemporary issues.

General Education Requirement: Satisfies the Social Context & Institution Cultural and Diversity & International Perspective