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Fall Semester 2015

  1. Alaska Native Studies (AKNS)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101A *Elem Central Yup'ik Lang I 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    11:30AM-1:10PM
      PSB 204B
      Meade, M 0

      CRN: 70123
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the Central Yup'ik language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Central Yup'ik for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and culture.

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    3.  M W    05:30PM-7:10PM
      PSB 204B
      Meade, M 0

      CRN: 70124
      Section: 602
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the Central Yup'ik language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Central Yup'ik for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and culture.

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    Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the Central Yup'ik language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Central Yup'ik for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and culture.

  4. A101C *Elem Alaska Native Language I 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   05:30PM-7:15PM
      WARD 116
      Dick, H 9

      CRN: 76827
      Section: I20
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12
      Section Title: *Elem Dena'ina Language I

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the offered Alaska Native language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Alaska Native language for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.
      Special Note: May be repeated one time with a different language.

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    3.   T R   05:30PM-7:15PM
      WARD 116
      Shaginoff-Stuart, S 9

      CRN: 76827
      Section: I20
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12
      Section Title: *Elem Dena'ina Language I

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the offered Alaska Native language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Alaska Native language for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.
      Special Note: May be repeated one time with a different language.

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    4.       S 01:00PM-4:00PM
      WARD 116
      Maxim, J 13

      CRN: 79956
      Section: I21
      Date Range: 10/24-11/14
      Section Title: *Elem Ahtna Language I

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the offered Alaska Native language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Alaska Native language for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.
      Special Note: May be repeated one time with a different language.

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    5.       S 01:00PM-4:00PM
      WARD 116
      Shaginoff-Stuart, S 13

      CRN: 79956
      Section: I21
      Date Range: 10/24-11/14
      Section Title: *Elem Ahtna Language I

      Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the offered Alaska Native language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Alaska Native language for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.
      Special Note: May be repeated one time with a different language.

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    Introductory course for students with little, or no, prior knowledge of the offered Alaska Native language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Alaska Native language for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.
    Special Note: May be repeated one time with a different language.

  5. A101E *Elementary Alutiiq Language I 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Branson, C 17

      CRN: 79289
      Section: D3D
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introductory course for students with little or no prior knowledge of the Alutiiq language. Develops listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Alutiiq for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.

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    3.    W    07:00PM-8:30PM
      KCC 212
      Branson, C 22

      CRN: 77492
      Section: D3Y
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introductory course for students with little or no prior knowledge of the Alutiiq language. Develops listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Alutiiq for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.

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    Introductory course for students with little or no prior knowledge of the Alutiiq language. Develops listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Alutiiq for effective communication at the elementary level. Addresses history of Alaska Native languages and cultures.

  6. A201 *Alaska Native Perspectives 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-8:15PM
      BMH 119
      Williams, M 0

      CRN: 70126
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introduction to Alaska Native perspectives on kinship, time, philosophy, symbolism, spirituality, communication, justice, oral traditions, storytelling, material culture, and the relationship to the environment. Students will become familiar with the diversity of Alaska Native peoples, languages, and worldviews and how these influence contemporary and global issues.

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    3.    W    05:30PM-8:15PM
      VDCF
      Williams, M 9

      CRN: 79845
      Section: 7V1
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introduction to Alaska Native perspectives on kinship, time, philosophy, symbolism, spirituality, communication, justice, oral traditions, storytelling, material culture, and the relationship to the environment. Students will become familiar with the diversity of Alaska Native peoples, languages, and worldviews and how these influence contemporary and global issues.

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    Introduction to Alaska Native perspectives on kinship, time, philosophy, symbolism, spirituality, communication, justice, oral traditions, storytelling, material culture, and the relationship to the environment. Students will become familiar with the diversity of Alaska Native peoples, languages, and worldviews and how these influence contemporary and global issues.

  7. A230 Oral Traditions of AK Natives 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  10:00AM-12:45PM
      PSB 204B
      Kendall, S 11

      CRN: 78636
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      An introduction to Alaska Native oral traditions, both the stories told by different Alaska Native cultures and the indigenous languages that convey those stories. Topics include the role of oral traditions in sharing knowledge and beliefs in Alaska Native cultures, the importance of indigenous languages in conveying ideas, the translation of oral traditions into recorded or printed media, and contemporary settings where oral traditions continue.

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    An introduction to Alaska Native oral traditions, both the stories told by different Alaska Native cultures and the indigenous languages that convey those stories. Topics include the role of oral traditions in sharing knowledge and beliefs in Alaska Native cultures, the importance of indigenous languages in conveying ideas, the translation of oral traditions into recorded or printed media, and contemporary settings where oral traditions continue.

  8. A240 AK Nat Cultrl Orient Alutiiq 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     04:00PM-5:15PM
      KCC 212
      Counceller, A 11

      CRN: 73260
      Section: D3Y
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Holistic introduction to the history, culture, arts, politics, and contemporary issues in the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq region. Designed for professionals and educators working with Native community members and families. Enhances cross-cultural perspectives.

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    Holistic introduction to the history, culture, arts, politics, and contemporary issues in the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq region. Designed for professionals and educators working with Native community members and families. Enhances cross-cultural perspectives.

  9. A290 Topics in AK Native Studies 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      WEB
      Haigh, J 19

      CRN: 78971
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12
      Section Title: History of Alaskan Natives

      Examines contemporary issues in Alaska Native studies at an introductory level. Course can include political, social and historical aspects of Alaska Native peoples and culture.
      Special Note: Subtitle varies. May be repeated for credit up to three times with a different subtitle.

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    Examines contemporary issues in Alaska Native studies at an introductory level. Course can include political, social and historical aspects of Alaska Native peoples and culture.
    Special Note: Subtitle varies. May be repeated for credit up to three times with a different subtitle.

  10. A346 Alaska Native Politics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     07:00PM-9:45PM
      PSB 204B
      Blatchford, E 5

      CRN: 70129
      Section: 651
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introduction to historical relationships among federal, territorial, state and local laws and policies as they affect Alaska Natives and Native/non-Native relations. Includes contemporary issues and comparative case studies.
      Special Note: May be used to fulfill the Alaska studies requirement for teacher certification.
      Registration Restrictions: Upper-division standing
      Crosslisted with PS A346

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    Introduction to historical relationships among federal, territorial, state and local laws and policies as they affect Alaska Natives and Native/non-Native relations. Includes contemporary issues and comparative case studies.
    Special Note: May be used to fulfill the Alaska studies requirement for teacher certification.
    Registration Restrictions: Upper-division standing
    Crosslisted with PS A346

  11. A461 Decolonizing Methodologies 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      PSB 204B
      Csoba DeHass, M 22

      CRN: 79785
      Section: 651
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      Introduces research methods informed by Indigenous ways of producing and sharing knowledge, ethical considerations, collaborative research design with Indigenous communities and peoples, the sharing of research materials and outcomes, and multivocal authorship. Examines the process of integrating responsibilities as a researcher with respect for cultural property rights and ownership.
      Crosslisted with ANTH A461.

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    Introduces research methods informed by Indigenous ways of producing and sharing knowledge, ethical considerations, collaborative research design with Indigenous communities and peoples, the sharing of research materials and outcomes, and multivocal authorship. Examines the process of integrating responsibilities as a researcher with respect for cultural property rights and ownership.
    Crosslisted with ANTH A461.

  12. A495 Alaska Native Studies Intern 1.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Williams, M 7

      CRN: 70130
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/24-12/12

      This is designed as a supervised on-campus or off-campus internship which provides an opportunity for students to work in the professional environment of an Alaska Native organization. Students perform significant work and/or research and develop professional skills and networks. The internship requires a formal agreement between the student, the faculty member and the supervisor.
      Special Note: May be repeated for up to 6 credits.
      Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission, upper division standing and knowledge of Alaska Native issues required.

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    This is designed as a supervised on-campus or off-campus internship which provides an opportunity for students to work in the professional environment of an Alaska Native organization. Students perform significant work and/or research and develop professional skills and networks. The internship requires a formal agreement between the student, the faculty member and the supervisor.
    Special Note: May be repeated for up to 6 credits.
    Registration Restrictions: Instructor permission, upper division standing and knowledge of Alaska Native issues required.

* - Course meets a GER requirement