01:30 PM to 04:10 PM R
Horizon Hall 5001
Section Information for Fall 2023
This course is a capstone of the History major that incorporates a public history approach. Students are required to conduct primary and secondary research illuminating the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contributions of indigenous peoples in American history. Indigenous peoples shaped cultural, political, and social landscapes over time from pre-European contact to modern eras, yet their presence beyond stereotypes often remain less visible. Sources and methods for accessing, analyzing, and interpreting indigenous voices will be introduced for students to select from a wide range of eras and tribes across the Americas. Students will learn to develop substantial public history products that may include interpretive materials, exhibit scripts, media pieces, or educational resources.
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Required Prerequisites: (HIST 300C or 300XS) and (ENGH 302C, ENGL 302C, ENGH 302XS, HNRS 110C, 110XS, 210C, 302C or 302XS).
C Requires minimum grade of C.
XS Requires minimum grade of XS.
Enrollment is limited to students with a major in History.