Applied Indigenous Studies
Term : Summer 2019
Catalog Year : 2018-2019

AIS 304 - Indigenous-state Relations: Comparative Global Contexts

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Description: As a critical approach to the study of Federal Indian Law, this course will examine the basic principles of Indian Law in the United States in a comparative context, utilizing both other British-influenced legal systems (Canada, New Zealand, Australia) as well as those of other former colonial powers, such as Spain and France. The course would include an introduction to Federal Indian Law as usually conceived. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Fall 2019

Requirement Designation: Social and Political Worlds and Global

Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Critical Thinking

Prerequisite: Sophomore Status or higher