Oct 20, 2018  
2018-2019 APU Catalog 
    
2018-2019 APU Catalog
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ANS 20100 - Alaska Native Governance Systems


(4) This course provides an introduction to political science and governance studies through a survey of the overlapping governance systems that shape Alaska Native experience in the contemporary world.  Students look back to various traditional governing systems to understand how Native peoples in Alaska governed themselves prior to Western contact, and how those governing systems are realized today.  Introductory attention is given to the Indian Reorganization Act and major developments of present-day tribal governance.   The course also includes an overview of village and regional corporate governance specific to Alaska Natives and emanating from the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.  Satisfies SI Social and Behavioral Scientific Inquiry. Offered: Fall



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