William R Seaburg
Advanced course offerings designed to respond to faculty and student interests and needs. Topics include French Impressionism, social movements in late nineteenth-century Japan, international business and the changing European economic structure.
History of U.S. Indian-White Relations
This lecture/discussion class will focus on encounters between Native Americans and Euro-Americans from the period of exploration and colonization to the present, with special emphasis on the Pacific Northwest. We will draw upon interpretations and representations of anthropologists, historians, Native American novelists, and oral traditional historians among others. Special emphasis will be given to boarding school, missionary, and reservation experiences and their (continuing) repercussions for Indian identities. Grades will be based on a combination of exams, exercises, and projects as well as on class participation.
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