Native American Playwriting
1/20 to 3/23/04 Fee: $515
This course explores dramatic writing in the Native American community and regional theater with a special emphasis on contemporary Native American theater.
Instructors: Randy Reinholz, MFA, Assoc. Professor, Head of Undergraduate Acting, San Diego State University
Jean Bruce Scott, BA, Executive Director, Native Voices
Economic Development and Nation Building in Native America
1/15 to 3/18/04 Fee: $515
Instruction advocates a nation-building approach to economic development--a view that acknowledges that developing a vibrant economy is as much a political, cultural, and social challenge as it is an economic one.
Instructor: Brian K. Kin, MPP Harvard University, PHD program, UCLA Department of Political Science
Violence Against Native Women
1/21 to 3/24/04 Fee: $515
Designed as an introduction to the study of violence against Native (indigenous) women in the U.S. and the associated legal issues, participants develop an understanding of the various laws (tribal, federal, and state) related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Instruction includes an overview of the history of violence in Native communities; identifies legal issues unique to Native women; and provides a focused review of dynamics, contributing factors, and types of interventions.
Instructor: Sarah Deer, JD, staff attorney, The Tribal Law and Policy Institute, California
10995 Le Conte Ave
Los Angeles, CA
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