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Reasserting Rights and Tribal Sovereignty

Lecture no. 24 from the course: Native Peoples of North America

Reasserting Rights and Tribal Sovereignty

Taught by Professor Daniel M. Cobb | 37 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

Professor Cobb will reveal how tribal nations haven’t settled for survival alone. We are still in the midst of an era of recovery and revitalization—one that has tested the limits of individual rights and tribal sovereignty. He’ll follow a few of the critical sites of contemporary struggle, including gaming, repatriation, religious freedom, federal recognition, self-government, legal jurisdiction, and resource development.

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r********m
November 27, 2019
Great and informative course! I wasn't expecting it to be so US focused, but this survey course already covers so much ground that I wasn't disappointed. Still, I'd love to see this expanded to take a similar approach to the histories of the other countries in the Americas.

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w********m
August 20, 2019
Definitely lives up to description of a Great Course. So informative, so eye-opening. So much to take in it will require a second viewing for myself. Thank you Professor Cobb.

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j********m
May 27, 2019

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