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AIS 270

AIS 270: American Indian Digital Humanities

(3 units)

Develops American Indian historical, social, political, ethical, rhetorical, and cultural understandings and uses of technologies by tribal communities in the pursuit of self-determination and revitalization processes. Introduces the ways tribal communities organize, preserve, revitalize, contribute to, and support the continuity of oral history through storytelling with data, using digital tools and approaches. Builds a framework for understanding how meaningful collaboration and consultation combined with new technological opportunities can support decolonial, intersectional, and interdisciplinary research.

Satisfies GE area: C2