SST 691: Educating Native Americans — Creating Citizens-but-Wards
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START DATE: December 04th, 2014
START DATE: December 08th, 2014
LOCATION: Tempe Campus
START DATE: December 20th, 2014
Join award-winning teacher and scholar K. Tsianina Lomawaima this spring in the School of Social Transofrmation as she teaches SST 691, Educating Native Americans — Creating Citizens-but-Wards.
Professor Lomawaima comes to ASU from the University of Arizona and is a Distinguished Scholar in Indigenous Education at the Center for Indian Education.
This course presents a survey of education from the perspectives of Native educational theories and practices — education BY Native peoples; from the perspectives of colonial systems of schooling, imposed education developed FOR Native peoples; from the perspectives of the U.S. seeking to contain Indian individuals within a category of self-determinnig-but-domestic-dependent.
This course will be held on Mondays from 5:30-8:15 p.m. in Wilson Hall, room 161.
For more information, visit the School of Social Transformation’s website at http://sst.asu.edu.