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Spring Quarter 2022 Time Schedule

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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Enrl        Sect                                                                                             Crs
Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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AIS   202  CONTEMP & SOC ISSUES(I&S,DIV)
       10181 A  5       MW     430-620P   ARC  160      Pinkham,Scott              Open     35/  45                      

AIS   275  INTR INDGENOUS STDY (I&S)
      >10182 A  2       to be arranged                  Million,Dian                         7/  15  CR/NC               
                        NATIVE NEW SCHOLARS PROGRAM                                 
       10183 B  5       MWF    1130-1250  ART  003      Bunn-Marcuse,Katie         Open      0/  20                J     
                        NATIVE ART OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST                         
SURVEYS INDIGENOUS ART OF THE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST COAST FROM THE
COLUMBIA RIVER IN THE SOUTH TO
SOUTHEAST ALASKA IN THE NORTH AND
FROM ANCIENT THROUGH CONTEMPORARY
TIMES. FOCUSES ON THE HISTORICAL AN
CULTURAL CONTEXTS OF THE ART AND
STYLISTIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TRIBA
AND INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS' STYLES.
VLPA OR I&S CREDIT. AIS CULTURE AND
HISTORY ELECTIVE.

AIS   310  LING APP TO CULTURE (VLPA/I&S,DIV)
       21471 A  5       TTh    1230-220   SMI  309      Hohn,Tami                  Open     11/  25                      
                        LUSHOOTSEED IN THE SEASONAL                                 
CALENDAR. THIS COURSE BEGINS WITH
READINGS AND RESEARCH TO BUILD
DISCUSSIONS PERTAINING TO CULTURAL
CONNECTIONS OF CULTURAL CALENDARS,
HISTORICAL WAYS OF LIFE AND CULTURA
SENSITIVITIES. TOPICS OF RESEARCH
AND STUDY WILL INCLUDE STORIES OF
SEASONS, THE MOON CYCLES, TIDES,
COMMONLY USED LANGUAGE TERMS AND A
GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY THAT DEMONSTRATE
PLANT, FOOD SOURCES AND TYPICAL
WEATHER ALL OF WHICH TAKES PLACE
DURING EACH SEASON AND MONTH.
THE HISTORICAL STUDIES WILL PROVIDE
THE NECESSARY CONNECTIONS THAT WILL
BUILD AN UNDERSTANDING TO WHAT
CULTURAL ASPECTS STILL CONTINUE
TODAY AND AID IN THE PRODUCTION OF
MODERN CULTURAL CALENDAR AS EACH
STUDENT WILL CONSTRUCT AN INDIVIDUA
CALENDAR THROUGH THEIR OWN RESEARCH
ALTHOUGH NOT REQUIRED, THIS COURSE
IS AN EXCELLENT AVENUE FOR AN
ADVANCED STUDY OF THE AIS 3-QUARTER
SOUTHERN LUSHOOTSEED SEQUENCE

AIS   315  AM IND LANG-SALISH
       10184 A  5       TTh    230-420    SMI  307      Hohn,Tami                  Open     12/  35                      
                        SOUTHERN LUSHOOTSEED LANGUAGE AND                           
CULTURE. THIRD COURSE IN SERIES.

AIS   360  INDIANS IN CINEMA(VLPA/I&S,DIV)
      >10185 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  KNE  220      Cote,Charlotte                      77/ 100                      

AIS   380  INDIGNS FOOD SOVRNTY(I&S,DIV)
       10186 A  5       TTh    130-320    MLR  316      Cote,Charlotte             Open     28/  30                %     

AIS   431  HIST AMERIND EDUCTN (I&S,DIV)
       10187 A  5       MW     330-520    SMI  313      CHATTO,SHAYLA R            Open      9/  35                      
                        OVERVIEW OF TOPICS SURROUNDING                              
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION, STEMMING FROM
THE ORIGINAL INTENTIONS OF SCHOOLIN
IN RELATION TO INDIGENOUS/ AMERICAN
INDIAN/ FIRST NATION STUDENTS TO TH
CURRENT REFORM EFFORTS TO INDIGENIZ
THE CURRICULUM WITHIN PUBLIC SCHOOL
BOTH NATIONALLY AND GLOBALLY. MORE
INFO
HTTPS://AIS.WASHINGTON.EDU/COURSES/
022/SPRING/AIS/431/A

AIS   441  GENDER-NATIV AM SOC (I&S,DIV)
       10188 A  5       MW     130-320    SMI  309      Romero,Fabian              Open     31/  35                      
                        INDIGENOUS FEMINISM                                         

AIS   497  INTERNSHIP
 IS   >10192 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       2/  10E                     
                        FACULTY SPONSOR REQUIRED FOR ADD                            
CODE. QUESTIONS: EMAIL
KAIWISE@UW.EDU

AIS   499  INDEPENDENT STUDY(VLPA/I&S)
 IS   >10193 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       1/  15E                     
                        FACULTY SPONSOR REQUIRED.                                   
QUESTIONS: EMAIL KAIWISE@UW.EDU
 IS    10194 B  2       to be arranged                                             Open      0/   5E                     
                        ADVANCED LUSHOOTSEED LANGUAGE STUD                          
WITH TAMI HOHN
 IS    21618 D  5       to be arranged    *    *                                   Open      5/   5E                     

AIS   590  SPECIAL TOPICS
 IS   >10196 A  1-5     to be arranged                                                       6/  10E                     
      >10197 B  3       T      230-520    FSH  108      Griffin,P Joshua                     2/   5                J     
                        INDIGENOUS SOVEREIGNTY AND                                  
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE.