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In the Department of Anthropology.
Advisory Committee: Jeffrey Anderson (Anthropology), David Nugent (Anthropology), Patricia Onion (English)
The indigenous peoples of Americas minor is an interdisciplinary course of study offering a survey of the cultural diversity, history, literature, political status, and contemporary issues of the indigenous peoples of South, Central, and North America. The program offers students multiple perspectives for understanding the historical and contemporary experiences and issues of the original peoples of the western hemisphere. The minor is offered to students to support and complement majors, for example, in anthropology, sociology, history, government, Latin American studies, American studies, religious studies, and environmental policy.
Requirements for the Major in Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
The point scale for retention of the minor applies to all courses offered toward the minor. No courses for the minor may be taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
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Colby is a four-year, residential, liberal arts college in Waterville, Maine. Colby offers undergraduate courses during fall and spring semesters and grants bachelors of arts degrees.