Common Course Pueblo Indian Studies

1110   INTRODUCTION TO PUEBLO INDIAN STUDIES
2110   NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE I
2120   NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE II
2130   PUEBLO INDIAN HISTORY
2140   PUEBLO ARTS, CRAFTS, AND CULTURE
2150   PUEBLO INDIAN WOMEN’S LIVES
3386   SPECIAL TOPICS IN PIS
4458   ADVANCED RESEARCH
4483   TEWA ETHNOBIOLOGY: PLANTS AND ANIMALS OF THE TEWA WORLD
4484   AGRICULTURE PRACTICES OF THE PUEBLO WORLD
4488   PUEBLO INDIAN STUDIES SENIOR SEMINAR

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