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Courses - Summer 2020
ANTH
Anthropology Department Site
ANTH473
Native American Languages and Cultures
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg, P-F, Aud
Credit only granted for: ANTH473 or ANTH673.
An introduction to Native American Languages and Cultures from a linguistic anthropological perspective. Topics to be explored include Native American identities, the stucture of Native languages, oral traditions, narrative story-telling, Native language and thought (Sapir/Whorf), language shift, linguistic revitalization, documentation of endangered languages, indigenous representation and appropriation, and racializing discourses.