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AIS 360: INDIANS IN CINEMA
Summer A-term
Instructors: Tom Colonnese and Elissa Washuta
VLPA/I&S

5 credits
MTWTh 10:20 – 12:20
Indians in Cinema explores the development of images of Indians in mainstream cinema from 1900 to the present. Within the class students view movies such as TWILIGHT: NEW MOON, POCAHONTAS, SMOKE SIGNALS, and DANCE ME OUTSIDE and will learn to analyze how the movies have created problematic images and, more recently with Native direction and influence, more accurate representations.

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