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New Course Supplement 2016


NAS 30.14 Indigeneity and Development


This course asks howhistorical and contemporary development efforts have shaped indigenous communities. What ideological and technical tools have been used to transform native territories? How have national development programs shaped experience in settler-colonial contexts? Finally, how has native sovereignty been articulated through indigenous development efforts? We will draw on examples from the Americas, Africa, and Asia to understand how place-based development has been part of global networks of imperialism and resistance.

Distributive and/or World Culture

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