Serving the Common Good: the Lakota of The Great Plains

VUSM-340

This seminar examines Northern Great Plains Indian history, specifically the history of the Lakota from pre-contact times to the present. In addition to exploring and defining the common good, the reading will cover Lakota history, with special attention given to the importance of the Black Hills to the Lakota. The history portion of the course provides an overview of past and contemporary Plains Indian cultures and societies. Students must complete 25 hours or 10 instances of service. Prerequisite: any 100-level VUSM course or transfer student placement. SCG, HA

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3

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