The following are sample syllabi for courses in Indigenous Studies and related areas available for undergraduate and graduate students at Georgetown.
ANTH 387: "Indigenous Peoples, Conflict and Resilience"
Open to undergraduates in Anthropology and SFS, as well as to MA students of the Conflict Resolution studies program. Students from various departments and centers are welcome, with no prerequisites, just enthusiasm. This course is part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program.
The NASC, under the banner of the Center for Social Justice—Research, Teaching, and Service, promotes awareness of and interest in Native cultures in the DC-Metro area. It also serves as a conduit for Native American students and their allies to discuss Native cultures, tribal affairs, and governmental policies affecting Native American communities across the United States.
The Georgetown Law School chapter of NALSA promotes the study of Federal Indian law and traditional forms of governance while providing support to Native students on campus.
Departmental and Organizational Resources
In addition to individual faculty on our membership list, programs or groups that have indigenous studies dimensions include:
M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution, Department of Government
Mind-Body Medicine Program, School of Medicine
O'Neill Institute for Global & National Health Law, Georgetown Law School