ANTH 2255 – An Ethnographic Survey of Native North America

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture

This course provides an overview of native cultures of North America, examining relationships among subsistence and settlement patterns, material culture, social and political organization, ideological structures, ceremonial life, mythology and art. Because of the number and diversity of native peoples in North America, “typical” groups from each culture area will form the basis of description and analysis.

Recommended Preparation: Anthropology 1103.

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