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Extractions: Instructor: Dr. Alston V. Thoms Office: Anthro. Bldg, Room 204 Office Hrs: MWF, 2:30 - 4:00 pm Telephone: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching Assist: Ms. BobbyeJo Coke Office: Anthro. Bldg, Room 235C Office Hrs: MW, 8-9:00 am; F, 9-10:00 am Telephone: E-mail: email@example.com WHAT THIS COURSE IS REQUIRED TEXTS Boxberger, Daniel L. and Molly R. Mignon (editors) Native North Americans: An Ethnohistorical Approach . Second Edition Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa. Calloway, Colin G (editor) The World Turned Upside Down: Indian Voices from Early America . Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, Boston Our Hearts Fell to the Ground: Plains Indians Views of How the West Was Lost. Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, Boston EARNING A GRADE Eighty-five percent (85%) of your grade is the average of the three highest scores you receive on four exams. Each exam will have 68 multiple choice questions. The two questions on each exam with the lowest discriminating score will be dropped and the remaining 66 questions will count 1.52 points each. The first exam covers Part I of the class; the second exam covers Part II; and the third covers Part III.
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Extractions: INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES Religion 2004 University of Georgia V e r A.U.C. ("Spring 2000") R Professor Russell Kirkland http://www.uga.edu/religion/rk F Peabody Hall 221 MW 2:30-3:00 and by appt. 2-2880 (voicemail only "Were one asked to characterize the life of religion in the broadest and most general terms possible, one might say that it consists of the belief that there is an unseen order, and that our supreme good lies in harmoniously adjusting ourselves thereto." C William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience v THE PURPOSE OF THE COURSE The academic study of religion is a systematic exploration of the visions, values, and activities by which people of past and present have understood and shaped their life-experiences. This course is a course in the subdiscipline known as " the history of religions." Such courses are designed to promote a mature sensitivity to the world's religious traditions, within their proper historical contexts. Such a course is not intended to steer you toward, or away from, any particular tradition.
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Extractions: VI. LITERARY SCHOLARSHIP AND CRITICISM GENERAL Allen, Paula Gunn (Laguna-Sioux). "A Stranger in My Own Life: Alienation in American Indian Prose and Poetry." MELUS , 7:2 (Summer 1980), 3-19. Expanded and revised version of paper which appeared in ASAIL , N.S. 3:1 (Winter 1979), 1-9; 3:2 (Spring 1979), 16-23. Analysis of alienation theme in broad range of contemporary poetry and in the fiction of N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Marmon Silko, and James Welch. Baker, Nora Baker. "The Bear's Son Folk Tale in When the Legends Die and House Made of Dawn." Western American Literature , 12:4 (Winter 1978), 275-87. Interesting analysis of how this motif from European and Asian folk tales provides a structural framework for the novels by Hal Borland and N. Scott Momaday. Beidler, Peter G. "Animals and Human Development in the Contemporary American Indian Novel." Western American Literature , 14:2 (Summer 1979), 133-48. Discusses N. Scott Momaday's House Made of Dawn , Welch's Winter in the Blood, and Silko's Ceremony.
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Extractions: Sacred-texts Native American Excerpt from: The Popol Vuh By Lewis Spence Published by David Nutt, at the Sign of the Phoenix, Long Acre, London PREFACE THE "Popol Vuh" is the New World's richest mythological mine. No translation of it has as yet appeared in English, and no adequate translation in any European language. It has been neglected to a certain extent because of the unthinking strictures passed upon its authenticity. That other manuscripts exist in Guatemala than the one discovered by Ximenes and transcribed by Scherzer and Brasseur de Bourbourg is probable. So thought Brinton, and the present writer shares his belief. And ere it is too late it would be well that thesethe only records of the faith of the builders of the mystic ruined and deserted cities of Central Americashould be recovered. This is not a matter that should be left to the enterprise of individuals, but one which should engage the consideration of interested governments; for what is myth to-day is often history to-morrow. LEWIS SPENCE.
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