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Minor in Indigenous Studies
America began over thirty thousand years ago when Indigenous people first circled the fire to share ideas and art. The Indigenous Studies minor invites discovery of alternative world views, ecological relationships, societies, religions, arts, and governments of indigenous peoples in North America and beyond from antiquity to the present. Take a course, encounter an Indigenous life, and celebrate the imagination to build a world.
“The Indigenous Studies minor has enriched my knowledge of Native American people.” –Gabriella Tovar, student, Navajo Nation
Think About It.
For centuries Arkansas has been home to multiple Native American civilizations, whose industry, ideas, and art informed and continue to enrich the globe. Seek the minor in Indigenous Studies and get connected to Arkansas and beyond through the vibrancy of Indigenous worlds.Download the Brochure