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NAS 362 - Native Women’s Activism

3 Credits

Students study key moments of Native women’s activism in North America and learn to understand these moments as part of a broader pattern of responses in resistance to settler colonialism. Students investigate the ways individual Native women asserted their own vision of indigenous feminism through activism, from the 18th century to 21st century movements, including Idle No More and Standing Rock.
Course fee.

Prerequisites: Any NAS course or junior standing