Native American Religions

RELS V267
3.00 crs.

Knowledge-Values Courses: Religious Studies II
World Religions

This course explores the history and continuing development of traditional Native American Religions in North America. Students learn about common Native American values and representative religious changes in indigenous religions induced by contact with Christianity and colonialism. Case studies of selected Native American cultures serve to assist students in understanding continuing world views and specific practices of several Native American cultures.

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