2012-13 Catalog

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Offering Description

Native Americans Defining Their Own Reality in Art and Literature

Summer 2013 quarter

Gail Tremblay visual arts, creative writing, poetry
Fields of Study
Native American studies, art history and literature

This course will explore the way that Native Americans writers and artists represent indigenous culture in literature and the arts. Students will study poetry, fiction, film, and visual art made by Native Americans from a variety of cultures and will reflect on the way people with knowledge of growing up "Indian" in America define that experience. Students can write a paper that explores how culture is represented in the work of an indigenous artist, writer, or film-maker. Indigenous students can choose to produce creative works that represent their cultural experience and write about that experience in their final paper.

Advertised Schedule
noon-4p Tue/Thu (Jun. 25 - Jul. 25)
Online Learning
Enhanced Online Learning
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