Native Pathways Program: An Indigenous Approach to History (Tacoma)

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Fall quarter we will cover topics on cultural traditions, storytelling, history, literature, and federal policy. We will examine and analyze the stakeholders who create what we commonly refer to as history. By determining the lens through which history is transmitted, students deliberate and seminar on the concept of revisionist history.

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Native Pathways Program: Prospering in a Postcolonial World (Quinault)

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In this program we will examine sustainable movements, current sustainable practices, and elements that create surviving sustainability for native/indigenous communities within the contemporary world. This program will tackle the question of what postcolonial means on a personal, community, and world stage. Students will critically analyze sustainable movements and practices in education, health, food sovereignty, social justice, and tribal/indigenous economies.

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Native Pathways Program: Indigenous Sovereignty and Decolonization (Quinault)

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The emphasis of this program is on indigenous sovereignty and decolonization, with topics in tribal law, food sovereignty, cultural appropriation, local and global tribal/indigenous social movements, and tribal economics. We will survey the history of fighting for indigenous sovereign rights (inherent and acquired) of tribes/nations in North America, Canada, and South America. Students will study in-depth the Coast and Interior Salish peoples and their specific battles for sovereignty.

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Native Pathways Program: An Indigenous Approach to History (Quinault)

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Only
Credit information not available.
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Taught by

Fall quarter we will cover topics on cultural traditions, storytelling, history, literature, and federal policy. We will examine and analyze the stakeholders who create what we commonly refer to as history. By determining the lens through which history is transmitted, students deliberate and seminar on the concept of revisionist history.

Credit information not available.
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Native Pathways Program: Prospering in a Postcolonial World (Salish Sea Olympia Hybrid)

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Taught by

In this program we will examine sustainable movements, current sustainable practices, and elements that create surviving sustainability for native/indigenous communities within the contemporary world. This program will tackle the question of what postcolonial means on a personal, community, and world stage. Students will critically analyze sustainable movements and practices in education, health, food sovereignty, social justice, and tribal/indigenous economies.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
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Class Standing: Only

Located in:

Native Pathways Program: Indigenous Sovereignty and Decolonization (Salish Sea Olympia Hybrid)

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Only
Credit information not available.
See below for more info.

Taught by

The emphasis of this program is on indigenous sovereignty and decolonization, with topics in tribal law, food sovereignty, cultural appropriation, local and global tribal/indigenous social movements, and tribal economics. We will survey the history of fighting for indigenous sovereign rights (inherent and acquired) of tribes/nations in North America, Canada, and South America. Students will study in-depth the Coast and Interior Salish peoples and their specific battles for sovereignty.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
-
Class Standing: Only

Located in:

Native Pathways Program: An Indigenous Approach to History (Salish Sea Olympia Hybrid)

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Only
Credit information not available.
See below for more info.

Taught by

Fall quarter we will cover topics on cultural traditions, storytelling, history, literature, and federal policy. We will examine and analyze the stakeholders who create what we commonly refer to as history. By determining the lens through which history is transmitted, students deliberate and seminar on the concept of revisionist history.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
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Class Standing: Only

Located in:

Native Pathways Program: An Indigenous Approach to History (Olympia)

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Only
Credit information not available.
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Taught by

Fall quarter we will cover topics on cultural traditions, storytelling, history, literature, and federal policy. We will examine and analyze the stakeholders who create what we commonly refer to as history. By determining the lens through which history is transmitted, students deliberate and seminar on the concept of revisionist history.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
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Class Standing: Only

Located in:

Native Pathways Program: Prospering in a Postcolonial World (Olympia)

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Only
Credit information not available.
See below for more info.

Taught by

In this program we will examine sustainable movements, current sustainable practices, and elements that create surviving sustainability for native/indigenous communities within the contemporary world. This program will tackle the question of what postcolonial means on a personal, community, and world stage. Students will critically analyze sustainable movements and practices in education, health, food sovereignty, social justice, and tribal/indigenous economies.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
-
Class Standing: Only

Located in:

Native Pathways Program: Indigenous Sovereignty and Decolonization (Olympia)

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Only
Credit information not available.
See below for more info.

Taught by

The emphasis of this program is on indigenous sovereignty and decolonization, with topics in tribal law, food sovereignty, cultural appropriation, local and global tribal/indigenous social movements, and tribal economics. We will survey the history of fighting for indigenous sovereign rights (inherent and acquired) of tribes/nations in North America, Canada, and South America. Students will study in-depth the Coast and Interior Salish peoples and their specific battles for sovereignty.

Credit information not available.
See below for more info.
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