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Annette L. Reed, Ph.D.

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Contact Information

Title:

Dr. Annette L. Reed
Director of Native American Studies

Office
Hours:
Mon 11:30-1:00/Tues 1:00-2:30 or by appointment
E-mail: alreed@csus.edu
Office
Phone:

(916) 278-6363
Please use email rather than office phone

Mailing
Address:
Sacramento State
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6013

For Event and Scholarship Information Please See the Native American Studies Program Web Site

Summer 2010 - LBST 110 - Summer Session I - Class Begins Wednesday June 2, Alpine Hall 138

LBST 110. California Studies. Multidisciplinary, analytical view of California that identifies its ethnic and racial diversity within the political, economic and social development of the state. Examines the environmental and geographic dimensions of the state as well as the demographic and land-use trends that have contributed to California's uniqueness. Prerequisite: GOVT 1 or equivalent. Graded: Graded Student. Units: 3.0.

LBST 110 Course Syllabus

 

 

Courses - Ethnic Studies/Native American Studies

Spring 2010

ETHN 11-03
LEC 35140

 

 

Intro To Ethnic Studies (Lecture)

GE Area D1A: Foundations in Social and Behavioral Sciences

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MoWe 1:30PM - 2:45PM

Amador Hall 250

Jan 25, 2010-
May 14, 2010

ETHN 100-07
LEC 35172

Ethnic America (Lecture)

GE Area D2: Major Social Issues of the Contemporary Era

Race & Ethnicity in American Society
Writing Intensive (formerly Advanced Studies)

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We 5:30PM - 8:20PM

Amador Hall 262

Jan 25, 2010-
May 14, 2010

ETHN150-01
LEC 35302

 

Native Oral Trad/Stories (Lecture)

GE Area C3: Introduction to the Humanities

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TuTh 3:00PM - 4:15PM

Eureka Hall 114

Jan 25, 2010-
May 14, 2010

ETHN 194-01
IND 35198

Research Ethnic Studies

 

MoWe 3:00PM - 4:15PM

Tahoe Hall 1003

Jan 25, 2010-
May 14, 2010

Ethnic Studies 40 Year Anniversary Sacramento State - Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Daytime Events April 27th

Link to Ethnic Studies Web Site for Further Information

 

Spring 2010

Ethnic Studies 11 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies

Ethn 11.03 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies - Syllabus

Release/Participant Form For Oral Interview/s

Oral Interview Notebook

Presentation of Oral Interview Schedule and Format

Paper Due Monday May 10 - 5 Pages

Ethnic Studies 100 -Ethnic America

Ethn 100- Ethnic America- Syllabus

Writing Assignments 2 & 3

Ethnic Studies 150 - Native American Oral Traditions and Storytelling

Ethn 150- Native American Oral Traditions and Storytelling- Syllabus

Fast Runner

Essay Paper Suggested Topics

Powerpoint Presentation Schedule

Ethnic Studies 194 - Research in Ethnic Studies

Ethn 194 -Research in Ethnic Studies- Syllabus

Oral Interview Presentation Schedule

Research Paper Powerpoint Presenation Schedule

Release/Participant Form For Oral Interview/s

Outline of Research Paper

Resources for Literature Review

Note Book Checklist (Includes Research Paper) Due May 19th, 3:00-5:00pm Profs Office)

 

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Fall 2009

Ethn 53 - Introduction to Native American Studies (NAS)

Extra Credit Opportunities for Second Exam
NAGPRA Event Oct 22 - 4:30-6:30 Ballroom

Ethn 140.01 - Native American Experience

Extra Credit Opportunities for Second Exam
NAGPRA Event Oct 22 - 4:30-6:30 Ballroom

Ethn 194 - Research in Ethnic Studies

 

 

Schedule of Readings (May change at the discretion of instructor)

Due to mandatory unpaid faculty furlough days (9 days per semester), this syllabus may be adjusted.

According to fair labor practices, I must pledge not to do Sac State-related work on those days.

My Furlough Days Will Be Posted In the Future After Approval.

42nd Annual Native American Day
September 25, 2009 10:00am - 2:00pm

Native American Day Flyer

Native American Day Volunteer Forms

Form 1
Form 2
Form 3
Form 4
Form 5

Please Fill the Above Forms Out and Return to Dr. Reed by Wednesday, September 9, 2009 - Thank You

 

 


 

Summer 2009

Ethn 100.02 - Ethnic America

Ethn 100.02 - Ethnic America - Syllabus

Key Points Wilkins - American Indian Politics

Essay Topics 2 & 3

Discussion Questions Latina Legacies

Discussion Questions Fong

Spring 2009

Native American Studies

Ethnic Studies

**Congratulations to the ones selected by their peers to present at the Ethnic Studies Symposium. If we had a full day rather than an hour and a half for the symposium, I know there would have been several of you presenting. We have seen many outstanding presentations over the past few weeks. I thank each of you in the class for your efforts!**

Amy Brown
Armando Gutierrez
Rowena Lindamood
Kimberly Perez

The four of you please email me with your exact topic titles today. Topic titles to be announced by tomorrow. Thank you all!

 

 


Internet Resources


Education

  • May 1999 Doctor of Philosophy in Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley

    Dissertation: Neeyu Nn’ee min’ Nngheeyilh Naach’aaghitlhni: Lhla’t’I Deeni Tr’vmdan’ Natlhsri – Rooted in the Land of Our Ancestors, We are Strong: A Tolowa History

    Passed Ph.D Qualifying Exams with "Distinction"

    Areas: Native American History, Native American Women, California Indians, and Chicana Labor History

    Discipline - History/Interdisciplinary

    Ph.D. Dissertation committee: Chairperson Dr. Ronald Takaki, Dr. Jack Forbes, Dr. Luana Ross, Dr. Vicki Ruiz and Dr. William Simmons.

    Teaching and Research Interests - Courses in Native American Studies including: Introduction to Native American Studies, Native American History, Native American Women, California Indians, and Native American Images/Film. Courses in Ethnic Studies and other related Departments including: Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies, Women of Color, California History, Women’s History, United States History and History of the American West

    Dissertation Topic: Tolowa (Deeni/Huss) Tribal History Pre-contact - 1934

    1992 M.A. in United States History, University of California, Davis. (Master’s Research Paper: Tolowa 'Hush' History 1800's with emphasis on Northern California Indian Women)

    1988 Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Science, Saint Mary's College of California, Moraga, California

    1985 B.A. in Native American Studies, University of California at Berkeley

    1982 A.A. in General Education, San Francisco City College, San Francisco, California

 


 

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Last updated: 06/06/2010