NEW Spring eCourse Offering: Wisconsin American Indian Studies

About the eCourse
The eCourse for Wisconsin American Indian Studies provides an overview to American Indian history, culture, and tribal sovereignty in the state of Wisconsin. This eCourse is designed to introduce both historical and contemporary issues regarding tribal nations and communities within Wisconsin.
Topics dealt with during the course include: early history, the history, the social organization and contemporary condition of Wisconsin’s American Indian people, communities, and nations. Tribal nations and communities highlighted throughout the eCourse include the Chippewa or Ojibwe, Menominee, Ho-Chunk, Potawatomi, Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican, Brothertown, and Urban Indians.
For further information about the eCourse requirements, grading, schedule of readings, and homework, please visit the Wisconsin American Indian Studies eCourse web page.