Courses

Our courses explore Native American ways of living, understanding the world, and organizing their societies; they also examine the impact of invasion and colonization on Indian America, and the intersection of Indian and European histories and systems of knowledge.

 

Course Details

For brief descriptions of courses and scheduled instructors, please consult the official Dartmouth Course Descriptions and Requirements published by the Office of the Registrar.  For detailed information about the terms and times that courses will be offered, the most reliable source is the Timetables page on the Registrar's site.

Summer 2022

NAIS 38/ HIST 38.02 Lewis and Clark in Indian Country-10A -Calloway

 

Fall 2022

  • NAIS 8 Perspectives in Native American Studies - - Erdrich
  • ANTH 11/NAIS 11 Ancient Native Americans - - McLeester
  • NAIS 14/ HIST 14 American Indian History Pre-Contact to 1800- - Calloway
  • NAIS 18/ ENVS 18 Indigenous Environmental Studies - - Reo
  • NAIS 20 Global Indigenous Politics - -Orr
  • NAIS 25  Indian Country Today - -Duthu
  • NAIS 30.16 Re-mapping Tribal Narratives - - Henry
  • NAIS 47  Contemporary Native American Poetry - - Henry
  • NAIS 81.04/ENVS 85 Land, Love, and Kinship (seminar)-- Reo

Winter 2023

  • NAIS 41 Native American Literature and the Law- - Duthu
  • NAIS 42/WGSS 40.01 Gender Topics in Native American Life - -  Powell
  • NAIS 81.03/HIST 96.08 Pen and Ink Witchcraft (seminar) - - Calloway
  • NAIS 85, 86, 87 Independent Study, Research, Honors Thesis (permission required) - Arrange

Spring 2023

 

  • NAIS 13 Feast and Forest - - Reo
  • NAIS 15/ HIST 15 American Indians and American Expansion: 1800 to 1924 - 11- Calloway
  • NAIS 30.25 Introduction to Indigenous Languages - - Gokke
  • NAIS xx - - Pochedley
  • NAIS 35 ENGL 32 Native American Literature- - Taylor
  • NAIS 50/ GOVT 69 Federal Indian Law - - Duthu
  • NAIS 85, 86, 87 Independent Study, Research, Honors Thesis (permission required) - Arrange