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UW-Eau Claire to Offer 'Teaching
Native American History Through Film'
MAILED: June 14, 2002
EAU CLAIRE — University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Continuing Education and UW-Extension will offer a class titled "Teaching Native American History Through Film" July 22-26. The class will meet from noon to 5 p.m. each day in Room 705 of the Hibbard Humanities Hall.
More than 20 films will serve as the texts for this course, which will focus on developing introductory teaching units on Native American history through the use of movies and film clips
Dr. Jason Tetzloff, visiting assistant professor of history and the interim director of the First Year Experience program at UW-Eau Claire, will teach the course. His areas of specialization include 20th century Native American history and U.S. history since 1865.
The course is available for both undergraduate or graduate credit course and participants may register for either History 468/668 or American Indian Studies 468. Cost is $425.67 for three undergraduate credits and $728.85 for three graduate credits.
To receive registration materials, contact registration services at UW-Eau Claire, (715) 836-2424. For questions on the course or syllabus, contact La Vone Sneen at Continuing Education, (715) 836-3636, or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: June 14, 2002