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For current semester course offerings, see the Schedule of Classes on the Registrar's website.

SPRING 2019

Indigenous Studies Courses

ISP 304 Special Topics: Native/Indigenous Film & Media
ISP 304 Special Topics: Indigenous Peoples' Science
ISP 304 Special Topics: American Indian Experience in 20th Century (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: American Indian Treaties & Agreements (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Biography of American Indian Leaders Past & Present (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Community Health and Social Work with Indigenous People (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Foundations of Indigenous Philosophy (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Fundamentals of Tribal Sovereignty (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Gender Communication (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: History of American Indians in Kansas (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Indian Law & Legislation II (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Intro to American Indian Studies (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Intro to Research Methods in American Indian Studies (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Law & American Indian Religious Freedom (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Native/Western Views on Nature (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Records & Info Management I (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Records & Info Management II (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 304 Special Topics: Theories of Decolonization & Indigenization (taught at Haskell through the Haskell-KU Exchange)
ISP 348 American Indian and White Relations to 1865
ISP 504 Topics in Indigenous Studies: Global Indigenous Movements
ISP 504 Topics in Indigenous Studies: Indigenous Health
ISP 542 Ethnobotany
ISP 552 Foodways: Latin America
ISP 804 Special Topics: Global Indigenous Movements
ISP 804 Special Topics: Indigenous Peoples' Science
ISP 804 Special Topics: Native/Indigenous Film & Media
ISP 806 Directed Readings
ISP 807 Internship in Indigenous Studies
ISP 883 Sovereignty, Self-Determination and Indigenous Nations
ISP 898 Masters' Non-Thesis
ISP 899 Master's Thesis

The Indigenous Studies Program encourages undergraduate students to take at least one course at Haskell Indian Nations University through the Haskell-KU Exchange. Many of these are cross-listed with ISP and are noted as such above. Please check http://www.haskell.edu/ for updated course offerings.

ISP Minor Approved Courses 

ANTH 379 / LAA 334 / LAA 634 Indigenous Traditions Latin Am
ANTH 501 Topics: Contemporary Central America & Mexico
ANTH 506 Ancient Amer Civilization: Mesoamerica
ANTH 508 Ancient Amer Civilization: Central Andes
ANTH 562 / LAA 302 / LAA 602 Mexamerica
ANTH 603 Shamanism Past and Present
ENGL 571 American Indian Literature
FMS 410 Race, Class & Gender Visual Culture
FMS 592 Documentary Film and Video
GEOG 370 Introduction to Cultural Geography
GEOG 395 Environmental Issues of: The Wakarusa Wetlands
GEOG 570 Geography of American Indians
GEOG 571 / LAA 602 Topics in Cultural Geography: Indigenous Latin American People & Lands
GEOG 571 Topics: Indigenous Cartographies
HIST 128 History of the US through Civil War
HIST 331 Atlantic Societies, 1450-1800
HIST 353 Indigenous Peoples of North America
ISP 101 / HWC 300 Intro Indigenous Nations Studies
ISP 305 / ENG 305 World Indigenous Literatures
ISP 330 / REL 330 Native American Religions
ISP 331 / REL 331 Native American Religions, Honors
ISP 335 / HWC 335 Introduction to Indigenous Studies
ISP 350/HIST 352/HWC 350 American Indians Since 1865
ISP 490 / HWC 490 Roots of Federal Indian Policy
ISP 504 / EVRN 542 / ANTH 582 Ethnobotany
ISP 504 / GEOG 574 Exploring Oceania
ISP 504 / HIST 510 / HWC 500 Foodways: Latin America
ISP 504 / HIST 510 / HWC 500 Foodways: North America
ISP 504 / LING 575 Structure of Kiowa
ISP 530 Indigenous Food and Health
ISP 601/801 GEOG 601/801 Indigenous Peoples of the World
ISP 614 Decolonizing Narratives
LING 441 Field Methods Linguistic Description
LING 447 North American Indian Languages  
LING 575 / LAA 602 Kaqchikel Maya I-IV
LING 575 / LAA 602 Quichua I-IV
POLS 684 / GIST 750 / GIST 501 International Law: State & Individual
 

Haskell courses taught through KU/Haskell Exchange program

 
LA&S 110 Cherokee Language I
LA&S 120 Cherokee Language II
LA&S 204 Contemporary Issues American Indian
LA&S 206 Indian Law and Legislation
LA&S 208 Tribal/Federal Government Reltn
LA&S 230 Cherokee Language III
LA&S 240 Cherokee Language IV
LA&S 414 Ethnobiology
LA&S 450 Topics HINU Lakhota Language & Philosophy

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