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You'll focus on the study of indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest, the Americas and the world through on- campus and reservation-based programs. You'll study political, social, economic and cultures issues related to indigenous history both in the on-campus and reservation-based program-and make a real contribution to building stronger Indian communities by responding directly to their goals and needs. Learn more...
      Program offerings beginning Fall quarter Quarters
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
11.11.2005
American Frontiers: Critical Histories F W     Yes
Revised
02.28.2006
Reconciliation: A Process of Human Balance F W S Yes Yes
Revised
04.07.2005
So You Want to Be a Teacher? Exploring Issues of Development, Learning and Schooling F W      
  Tribal: Reservation-Based/Community-Determined F W S   Yes
      Program offerings beginning Winter quarter Quarters    
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
02.28.2006
Indigenous Peoples and Ecological Change   W S No Yes
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
New
01.27.2006
Anti-Indian Movements: Origins, Images and Responses     S  
NEW
02.28.2006
Individual Studies at Evergreen     S Yes

 

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