Native Peoples of Oklahoma
This course is a general introduction to the history, cultural traditions, and current condition of many of the 38 Native American tribes who reside in Oklahoma. To increase awareness and appreciation of the manners in which the Native American population of Oklahoma contributes to the unique character and capacities of our state, through cultural values, political relationships between sovereign governments, social relations in a diverse place, and enriching artistic expressions. Learners will further understand the roles that indigenous people in Oklahoma have played in national and global contexts.

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Credit Hours

3 credit hours

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ANTH 1613-001

Native Peoples of Oklahoma


Department of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma

Start Date

August 24, 2015


16 weeks

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Daniel Swan, Ph.D.
Course Instructor
Daniel Swan, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Anthropology and Associate Curator of Ethnology, Sam Noble Musuem of Natural History
Joshua Nelson, Ph.D.
Course Instructor
Joshua Nelson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
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