How can I get involved?
The best way to get involved is to join the Native American and Indigenous Student Union (AISU)- additional information can be found under the Student Organizations tab. You can also volunteer to be a part of the Native American Indian Heritage Month (NAIHM) planning committee at the beginning of the fall semester by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org and may consider taking the following courses:
AMST328N (also offered as ANTH468F and RELS319N) Perspectives on Identity and Culture; Introduction to Native American Cultures of the United States
AMST498K Special Topics in American Studies: Indigenous Thought in the Americas
AMST498L Special Topics in American Studies; Native Americans and U.S. Cinema
AMST328K Perspectives on Identity and Culture; American Indian Literatures: Traditions, Protest and Renewal
LASC448J Special Topics in Latin American Studies; Aztec Culture: Human Sacrifice and Conquest
Do I have to identify as Native American Indian to get involved?
No! All are welcomed who would like to better understand the historical and modern conditions of Native American Indian/Indigenous people and to experience and celebrate the native cultures of the Americas.