Exploration Seminar Fall 2002 - Exploring Anishinaabe Culture
Offered jointly through History 315 and Principia 101
Joy K. Lintelman, Ph.D.
Larry A. Papenfuss, Ph.D., CHES

WHAT:    History 315 - Indians of North America and Principia 101 - An Introduction to the Liberal Arts are jointly offering an exploration seminar tilted Exploring Anishinaabe Culture.  The purpose of this seminar is to examine our own lives by experiencing the culture of our Ojibwe (or Chippewa) neighbors.  During fall break from Oct. 17-22, participants will travel to the White Earth Reservation, to meet with tribal leaders, educators and authors.  We will explore how history, environmental perspectives and economic development continue to shape our inter cultural relationships.  While the experience is designed to build on assignments and readings from Dr. Lintelman's History 315 course and Dr. Papenfuss' Principia class, it is open to any Principia section using Last Standing Woman as a text.

WHEN:       We will depart late Thursday afternoon, Oct. 17th, and return Tuesday afternoon on Oct. 22nd
                    See Tentative Itinerary

The White Earth Reservation is located in Northwestern Minnesota, approximately 2 hours away from campus.  Lodging will be at the White Earth Re-Discovery Center (Thursday and Friday) and the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen on Saturday, Sunday and Monday (pictured below).  Our tentative itinerary includes visiting the following people and places:

History 315 - Indians of North America
The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse by Louise Erdich
Through Indian Eyes:  Our Nations Past As Experienced by Native Americans
Major Problems in American History:  Documents and Essays by Albert Hurtado

Principia 101 - An Introduction to the Liberal Arts
Last Standing Woman by Winona LaDuke
Neither Wolf Nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder by Kent Nerburn
Clouded Land (video)
Smoke Signals (film)

Student cost is $150 for 5 days, 5 nights and all meals.  An  $80 deposit will be required to the International Education Office by Sept. 27th to hold your spot.

QUESTIONS:  email Dr. Joy Lintelman at lintelma@cord.edu for history students or Dr. Larry Papenfuss at papenfus@cord.edu  for Principia students.