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<!-- Amherst College Course Catalog Data for Five College Cross Registration-->
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<!-- Date: Fri Jun 24 04:00:01 2022 Term: 2223F -->
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<DESCRIPTION>&lt;p&gt;(Offered as AMST 240 [Pre-1900], EDST-240 and SWAG 243) From Longfellow&amp;rsquo;s &lt;em&gt;Hiawatha &lt;/em&gt;and D.H. Lawrence&amp;rsquo;s &lt;em&gt;Studies in Classic American Literature&lt;/em&gt; to Disney&amp;rsquo;s &lt;em&gt;Pocahontas &lt;/em&gt;and more recently &lt;em&gt;Moana&lt;/em&gt; to James Cameron&amp;rsquo;s &lt;em&gt;Avatar, &lt;/em&gt;representations of the Indigenous as &amp;ldquo;Other&amp;rdquo; have greatly shaped cultural production in America as vehicles for defining the nation and the self. This interdisciplinary course introduces students to the broad field of Native American and Indigenous Studies, by engaging a range of texts from law to policy to history and literature as well as music and aesthetics. Film will also provide grounding for our inquiries. By keeping popular culture, representation, and the nature of historical narratives in mind, we will consider the often mutually constitutive relationship between American identity and Indian identity as we pose the following questions: How have imaginings of a national space and national culture by Americans been shaped by a history marked by conquest and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples? And, how have the myths of conquest become a part of education and popular representations to mask settler colonial policies and practices that seek to &amp;ldquo;erase in order to replace&amp;rdquo; the Native? This course also considers how categories like race, class, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and religion have defined identities and changed over time with particular regards to specific Native American individuals and tribal nations. Students will be able to design their own final research project. It may focus on either a historically contingent or contemporary issue related to Native American people in the United States that is driven by a researchable question based on working with an Indigenous author&amp;rsquo;s writings from the Kim-Wait/Pablo Eisenberg (or KWE for short) collection of Native American Literature books in the archives of Amherst College.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;Spring semester.&amp;nbsp; Professor Vigil.&lt;/p&gt;</DESCRIPTION>
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<DESCRIPTION>&lt;p&gt;(Offered as SPAN 105 and LLAS 105) SPAN 105 is the first of the two-semester Spanish Language course sequence for students from Spanish-speaking families. It is designed for students who a) have grown up speaking, listening, reading and/or writing Spanish with family or in their community and b) have placed into the course via the Spanish Department placement exam. In this course, students will celebrate their heritage by participating in cross-cultural exchange with other students and engaging with the cultural diversity of the Spanish-speaking world through authentic materials and community connections. At the linguistic level, students will strengthen their bilingual range, working on the skills that are not learned interpersonally: critical thinking, reading, and writing in Spanish. Using a student-centered approach, the course will include collaborative brainstorming, free-writing, developing topics of personal importance, and peer and group editing in order to develop students&amp;rsquo; writing proficiency and to build community. By the end of the semester, students can expect to have reached the Intermediate High level of the ACTFL scale, and proceed to SPAN 205. The course consists of two 80-minute sessions per week with the lecturer and one 50-minute session with the language assistant.&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;This course prepares Spanish heritage language learners (SHLL) for intermediate-level courses offered by the Spanish Department, including SPAN 205 (Finding your Bilingual Voice). Limited to 15 students per section. The class will be conducted entirely in Spanish, though some assignments can be submitted in English.&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;Consent Required (students must identify as Spanish heritage language students) Fall Semester: Lecturer Dixon&lt;/p&gt;</DESCRIPTION>
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