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Cultural Conflict: The Indian Wars

This course covers the period of inter-action between the “Indians” (indigenous peoples), and Europeans and “Americans” from the 17th to 19th centuries. The instructor provides background though select readings, active learning exercises, and film. Classes are learner centric and focus on cultural issues associated with Euro-American and Native American conflict from the colonial wars between the English and French new-comers and the tribes they encountered, through the Anglo-Indian versus French-Indian wars, the usually ignored but significantly important wars of the early Federal period of the new republic, and those of the more familiar post-Civil War “American West.” The tragedy of Wounded Knee completes the course survey.

Section

F 03

Day/Time

TR 8:00 - 8:50

Professor

Tony Mullis

Dept.

Security Studies/Criminal Justice / CRN 12608