RELS091 - NATIVE AMERICAN LIT

This course surveys the diverse body of Native American literature ranging from oral literature to film, poetry, fiction, and critical essays. The literary works include texts written by N. Scott Momaday and LeAnne Howe, anthropological works include works by A. Irving Hallowell and Joseph Epes Brown, and films viewed in class include Reel Injuns, Whale Rider, Smoke Signals, and Little Big Man. The intellectual trajectory of the class will move from stereotypes to a fuller understanding of specific Native American cultures including Kiowa, Cheyenne, Lakota, and Choctaw.
Section 401 - LEC
M 0600PM-0900PM
POWELL, TIMOTHY B.
WILLIAMS HALL 25