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North American Studies

Advisor — PRICE-SMITH

The North American Studies Program is designed to create an understanding of the complex regional forces shaping North America. Political, social, cultural, and economic ties among Mexico, the United States, and Canada are transforming all three countries, creating a region which is ever more closely related and interdependent.

The North American Studies Program includes:
  1. A thematic minor.
  2. Block visitors from Mexico, Canada, and the United States.
  3. A North American institute during the Summer Session. This first part of this course is taught at Colorado College, followed by travel to Canada and Mexico. In order to help students interested in North American studies to locate courses of interest, we have cross-listed those departmental courses which deal with North America under the course heading, North American studies.

They are listed below:

ANTHROPOLOGY:

  • 204 Prehistory: North America.
  • 211 The Culture Area: Eskimos.
  • 242 The Anthropology of Food.
  • 290 American Indian Music.

ART HISTORY:

  • 180 Native American Art.
  • 200 Topics: Art of Mexico.

HISTORY:

  • 105 Civilization in the West: The Atlantic World.
  • 203 Native American History (Canada).
  • 267 History of the Southwest under Spain and Mexico.

MUSIC:

  • 290 American Indian Music.

POLITICAL SCIENCE:

  • 103 Western Political Tradition.
  • 341 International History of North America, 1754–1867.
  • 410 Tutorial in International Relations.

ROMANCE LANGUAGES:

  • SPANISH 338 Latino Literature in the United States.

SOCIOLOGY:

  • 234 Sociology of 20th-Century Mexico.

SOUTHWEST STUDIES:

  • 275 The American Southwest: The Heritage and the Variety.

SPANISH:

  • 339 Chicano Literature.