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AIS 573 - AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN ACTIVISM


3 cr hrs

Description This course examines the leadership and activism of American Indian women during the Red Power Movement of the 1970s. We will explore a definition of resistance that is culturally and historically specific to Native women. By viewing gender as a social construction that has cultural fluidity, we will analyze how Native American women understood and contested their many roles through time and across cultures.

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(Also HIST 573)


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