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Native American Courses Offered Fall 2019

Posted by Tim on July 10, 2019 in Academics, New Programs

For students interested in language learning while fulfilling some of their Gen Ed, Diversity, and UB Curriculum-Global Pathway requirements, why not consider learning about the languages of the original Indigenous peoples of this region! The Department of Transnational Studies is currently offering TWO Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Language courses at UB in the Fall 2019 semester! Please make note of the following course information:

AMS 100: Indian Image on Film

Tuesdays 4:10pm-6:50pm

Fulfills Arts, Humanities, Civilization & History and Diversity Learning UB Pathway areas and is in Three UB Curriculum Thematic Pathways

Instructor: Professor Demchak

AMS 179: Introduction to Native American History

Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00pm-3:20pm

Surveys divers experiences of Indigenous peopls of North America from ancient societies to the present day.

Instructor: Professor Grinde

AMS 197: Introduction to Seneca Language

248 Cooke Hall, North Campus

Wednesday evenings 6pm-8:40pm

Instructor: Jacky Snyder

AMS 276: Languages and Cultures of Native North America – Introduction to Mohawk Language

248 Cooke Hall, North Campus

Thursday evenings 6pm-8:40pm

Fulfills Humanities, Language and Social Sciences ares in the pathways and is in the Global Cultures and Expressions pathway area.

Instructor: Jodi L Maracle 

AMS 281: Native Americans & the Colonial Problem

Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30pm-4:50pm

Fulfills Humanities and Diversity Learning UB Pathway areas and is in three UB Curriculum Thematic Pathways

Instructor: Professor Mt. Pleasant

AMS 301: Introduction to Native American Women

Tuesdays and Thursdays 12 noon-1:20pm

Fulfills Humanities, Civilization and History, and Diversity Learning UB Pathway areas and is in two UB Curriculum Thematic Pathways

Instructor: Professor T. McCarthy