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NASP 1140 NATIVE AMERICAN SPIRITUALITY (3)

This course is a comparative introduction the worldviews, ritual practices, and spirituality of Native Americans. Course will examine traditional tribal religions, syncretism and revitalization movements prompted by contact with European-Americans (such as the Ghost Dance and Native American Church) and distinctive American Indian forms of Christianity. (Previously known as NAS 205)

NASP 2210 OMAHA TRIBAL HISTORY (3)

This course is a study of the Omaha people and the events which have led to contemporary political and economic conditions. Content is based on materials from government archives, agency and tribal records as well as from more traditional community sources. (Previously known as NAS 204)

NASP 2220 PONCA TRIBAL HISTORY (3)

This course examines Ponca history including the forced move to Indian Territory and the perilous return to their homelands in Nebraska. (Previously known as NAS 203)