Native Americans

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Fall

About This Class

This course will focus on the constitutional, statutory and jurisprudential rules that make up the field of Federal Indian Law. Attention will be given to the historical framework from which the rules were derived. After tracing the development of the underlying legal doctrines which are prominent today, we will consider subject-specific areas of Indian Law like hunting and fishing rights, stewardship of natural resources, economic development (including tribal gaming and natural resource development) and protection of religion and cultural lifestyles. Method of evaluation: A final presentation and a final paper, or a final exam. Perspectives course. AWR - Yes

Class Code

DIV7620

Subject

Diversity