Native American Studies Courses

Departmental Offerings


104.     Language and Human Experience

255.     Environmental Perception and Indigenous Knowledge


121.       The Natural World

258.       Ethnobotany

Canadian Studies

3000.  Indigenous Peoples of Canada

Caribbean and Latin American Studies

103.  Introduction to Ethnic Studies and Social Justice

105.  Introduction to Latino Studies


353.     American Philosophies of Education

4009.  Feminist Learning Theories


231.        Adirondack Literature.

237.        LS:  American Literature I

263.        LS: Contemporary Indigenous Poetry

Environmental Studies

187.        Environment and Society

253.        Race, Class and Environmental Justice

302.        Air Pollution

303.        Land Use Change in the Adirondacks

329.        Adapting to Climate Change

372.        Transboundary Wildlife Conservation

4043.      Queer Ecologies

First-Year Program

1021.   Identity and Belonging in the St. Lawrence Valley

Global Studies

102.        Introduction to Global Studies II: Race, Culture, Identity

260.       Transnational Migration

264.       Global Public Health:  Critical Approaches

302.       Theories of Cultural Studies


203.       Early Canada

204.       Modern Canada

229.       Introduction to Native American History

333.       The Age of the American Revolution

352.       Playing Indian: Native American Stereotypes in American History and Imagination

Performance and Communication Arts

322.       Native American Oral Traditions


353.      American Philosophies of Education

4017.     Feminist Learning Theories


228.        Race and Ethnicity

330.        Ritual Studies


221.     Latin America in Film

3036.   Gender and Race in Latin America

3037.   Indigenous Peoples in Latin America

3039.   LGBTQ in Latin America and Abiayala