Indigenous Studies Minor
Also available via Ecampus.
Oregon State University’s Indigenous Studies Minor is founded and grounded in the understanding that indigeneity and innovation are central to the health, well-being and survivance of indigenous communities. The mission of the Indigenous Studies Minor is to educate university graduates about Indigenous histories and contemporary issues, develop and enhance their responsibilities to Indigenous knowledges, build their skills for supporting Indigenous self-determination and sovereignty, offer engagement in the work of decolonization, and prepare them to work collaboratively with Indigenous communities and peoples at the local, regional, national and international level.
Minor Code: 024
- Apply learning through community engaged practices that center Indigenous cultures, knowledges, perspectives, and epistemologies.
- Demonstrate an understanding of critical concepts in Indigenous studies--including tribal sovereignty, self-determination, settler colonialism, and decolonization--through scholarship and practice that engages with issues confronting Indigenous communities.
- Recognize and articulate the diversity of Indigenous communities through a grounding in intersectional Indigenous perspectives on knowledge production, research, innovation and transformation.
|ES 241||*INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES||4|
|ES 243||*NATIVE AMERICAN ASSIMILATION AND ACTIVISM||4|
|or ES 444||NATIVE AMERICAN LAW: TRIBES, TREATIES, AND THE UNITED STATES|
|ES 345||NATIVE AMERICANS IN OREGON||4|
|Select a minimum of 16 credits from the following courses: 1||16|
|*ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE OF PACIFIC NW INDIANS|
|*NATIVE AMERICAN AGRICULTURE|
|*NORTH AMERICAN NATIVE PEOPLES|
|*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-PACIFIC|
|CULTURAL RESOURCES: POLICY AND PROCEDURES|
|*ARCTIC PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL PROBLEMS|
|CONTEMPORARY NATIVE ISSUES|
|*NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE|
|*NATIVE AMERICAN ASSIMILATION AND ACTIVISM|
|*INTRODUCTION TO PACIFIC ISLANDS STUDIES|
|MAKING ALLIANCES AND SOLIDARITIES|
|*INDIGENOUS OCEAN AND COAST|
|NATIVE AMERICAN LAW: TRIBES, TREATIES, AND THE UNITED STATES|
|*NATIVE AMERICAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|US EMPIRE/IMPERIALISM, SETTLER/COLONIALISM, CAPITALISM/RACE|
|FOOD AND ETHNIC IDENTITY: DECOLONIZING OUR FOOD AND BODY|
|*INDIGENOUS HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA|
|*NATIVE NORTH AMERICA|
|*MUSIC CULTURES OF THE WORLD|
|NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIES|
|Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies/Queer Studies|
|*ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE|
|^INDIGENOUS TWO-SPIRIT AND QUEER STUDIES|
|*FEMINIST DECOLONIZING METHODOLOGIES: SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
A minimum of 8 elective credits must be taken at upper-division level
Minor Code: 024