Native American Religions
Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts Modern
This course is a study of the myths, ideas, rituals, and experiences of the tribal religions of North America. Topics include tribal experience, non-literacy and oral tradition, cosmology, shamanism, kinship with natural world, and interactions with Christianity.
Prerequisite: RELS T122 or RELS H295
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