Indigenous Traditions of the Sacred

Leta Houle

Leta Houle

Explore the landscapes that form the Indigenous cultures of North America. From the booming economies of the Great Lakes, buffalo hunters of the Plains tribes and the Western coastal cultures to the shamanic cultures of the far north and boreal forests.  Learn the meaning of what is sacred to Indigenous peoples, including the issue of cultural appropriation.

Instructor: Leta Houle

Class meetings: Sundays, 8 PM ET, week of Nov 4 through Dec 1

Required Readings:

Deloria Jr., Vine. 2006. The World We Used to Live In. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing

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