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American Indian History and Policy - JMM627
Anglický název: American Indian History and Policy: Survival, Revival, Sovereignty
Zajišťuje: Katedra severoamerických studií (23-KAS)
Fakulta: Fakulta sociálních věd
Platnost: od 2014 do 2015
Semestr: letní
Body: 5
E-Kredity: 5
Způsob provedení zkoušky: letní s.:
Rozsah, examinace: letní s.:1/1 KZ [hodiny/týden]
Počet míst: neurčen / neurčen (30)
Minimální obsazenost: 3
Stav předmětu: nevyučován
Jazyk výuky: angličtina
Způsob výuky: prezenční
Poznámka: předmět je možno zapsat mimo plán
povolen pro zápis po webu
při zápisu přednost, je-li ve stud. plánu
Garant: Assistant Professor Gyorgy Toth, PhD.
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stáhnout JMM 627 Native American History since 1830 syllabus.docx Syllabus
stáhnout RW10 Cobb. Talking the Language of the Larger World.pdf Reading week 10
stáhnout RW10 Smith and Warrior. Like a Hurricane, Chapter 3.pdf Reading week 10
stáhnout RW10 Warrior. Which one are you. in Martinez pp. 316-318.pdf Reading week 10
stáhnout RW11 Cornell. Remaking the Tools of Governance and Davis-Feustel. Indian Gaming in the States. in Native American Voices pp. 352-369.pdf Reading week 11
stáhnout RW11 Davis and Feustel. Indian Gaming.pdf Reading week 11
stáhnout RW11 Hinton. Hawaiian Language Schools.pdf Reading week 11
stáhnout RW11 Littlebear. Just Speak Your Language.pdf Reading week 11
stáhnout RW11 Talbot. Alaska Natives Struggle for Subsistence Rights.pdf Reading week 11
stáhnout RW12 Deloria, Salisbury. A Companion to American Indian History -Wiley-Blackwell (2002).pdf Reading week 12 (Harmon article)
stáhnout RW12 Morris. The NMAI.pdf Reading week 12
stáhnout RW12 Thornton. Who Owns Our Past.pdf Reading week 12
stáhnout RW12 Weaver. Indigenous Identity.pdf Reading week 12
stáhnout RW13 Frazier Indian Images in Sports and Commerce.PDF Reading week 13
stáhnout RW13 Harlan. Creating a Visual History.pdf Reading week 13
stáhnout RW13 Singer. Wiping the Warpaint off the Lens.pdf Reading week 13
stáhnout RW2 Deloria. Custer. Chatper 4.pdf Reading week 2
stáhnout RW2 Deloria, Salisbury. A Companion to American Indian History.pdf Reading week 2
stáhnout RW2 Hoxie. Ethnohistory for a Tribal World.pdf Reading week 2
stáhnout RW2 Kievit. A Discussion of Scholarly Responsibilities to Indigenous Communities.pdf Reading week 2
stáhnout RW3 Perdue and Green. The Cherokee Removal.pdf Reading week 3
stáhnout RW4 Ace Daklugie Charlie Smith and Jasper Kanseah (Chiricahua Apaches) Remember Geronimo.PDF Reading week 4
stáhnout RW4 Allen P Slickpoo (Nez Perce) Reviews the Nez Perce War.PDF Reading week 4
stáhnout RW4 Banner. Reservations.PDF Reading week 4
stáhnout RW4 Leavelle. We Will Make It Our Own Place.PDF Reading week 4
stáhnout RW4 Wabasha (Dakota) Explains How Nefarious Trading Practices Caused the 1862 Minnesota War.PDF Reading week 4
stáhnout RW5 Iverson and Davies. We Are Still Here. Disappearing peoples.pdf Reading week 5
stáhnout RW5 When Cultures Collied. Wounded Knee.pdf Reading week 5
stáhnout RW6 and 7 Mack. It Had to be Done.pdf Reading week 6 and 7
stáhnout RW6 Zitkala-Sa.pdf Reading week 6
stáhnout RW7 Hosmer, O'Neill, Fixico. Native Pathways (2004).pdf Reading week 7
stáhnout RW7 Two Views of IRA.pdf Reading week 7
stáhnout RW9 Deloria. Custer. chapter 3.pdf Reading week 9
stáhnout RW9 Mary Jacobs (Lumbee) Relates How Her Family Made a Home in Chicago.PDF Reading week 9
Cíl předmětu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Lucie Kýrová, M.A., Ph.D. (13.02.2017)

This course is designed to introduce students to the major events, issues, and themes in Native American history from 1830 to the present day. The goals of the class are to show the diversity of Native histories and cultures, but also the shared experiences that have shaped them over time, and to introduce basic concepts such as self-determination, sovereignty, and treaty rights. We will focus on the themes of resiliency and survival and the American Indians as active participants in their own past. Due to time restraints, the course will focus on the lower forty-eight United States, with some examples from Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.

 
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