Sacred Earth: Indigenous Peoples' Ecological Traditions
STH TS 889
A study of indigenous peoples' traditional teachings about the relationship of spirituality, ecology, and community well-being. A particular focus will be the words and works of representative twentieth-century writers and spiritual leaders, and include the life and teachings of Lakota elder Black Elk; Muskogee elder Phillip Deere; Wanapum elder David Sohappy; and Dakota scholar and activist Vine Deloria, Jr.
SPRG 2018 Schedule
|A1||Hart||STH 306||R 3:30 pm-6:15 pm|