Peoples and Cultures of the Subarctic
This site is designed to support the online delivery of Yukon College's Anthropology 220 - Peoples and Cultures of the Subarctic.
This course introduces students to the historic adaptations, traditional cultures, and contemporary peoples of the Subarctic regions, with an emphasis on northwestern North America. It will review interpretive perspectives taken by Subarctic aboriginal peoples about themselves as well as those of writers within the academic tradition. In particular, it will survey the features of social organization, religious traditions, arts and material culture, narrative styles, ethnicity, and contemporary relations between the modern Nation-State and selected Indigenous North American Subarctic peoples.
Anthropology 220 - Course Outline Fall 2005, includes the term reading list.
Supplementary Weekly Lecture Notes
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Final Examination Study Guide
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