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Native American Studies Program History

Under Construction

 

October 6, 2007

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©"Dance Spirit" Frank LaPena, 1981

Fall 2007 Courses

ETHN   53 - Introduction to Native American Studies
(GE-D1A)

ETHN  140 - Native American Experience
(GE-D2)

ETHN  143 - American Indians, Film and Popular Culture
(GE-C4)

HIST  171 - American Indian Ethnohistory

Upcoming Events

"The Americana Indian: American Indians in the American Imagination"

Exhibit Opening Reception
Columbus Day
October 8, 2007
Noon-2pm
Sac State Anthropology Museum

Wednesday, October 17,
1:30-3:00 PM.
Professor Steve Crum (Shoshone), Department of Native American
Studies, UC Davis.
Hinde Auditorium, University Union

Wednesday, October 24,
5:30-7:00 PM
Frank Lapena (Nomtipom Wintu), Professor Emeritus, Native
American Studies Program, Department of Ethnic Studies,
Sacramento State
Hinde
Auditorium, University Union

Thursday, November 1,
7:30-9:00 PM,
Charlie Hill (Oneida), and special guest opener
University Union Ballroom (sponsored
by UNIQUE Programs and the Multicultural Center)

Tuesday, November 6,
6:00-8:00 PM
Professor Luana Ross (Salish/Kootenai) and Professor Dan Hart, The Native Voices Program, University of Washington. A presentation by filmmakers Hart and Ross will follow a showing of White Shamans and Plastic Medicine Men, produced by The
Native Voices Program. ,
Shasta Hall 456.

Further Information Contact:
Dr. Brian Baker
baker@csus.edu