Dennis Banks w/NAS Faculty
Native American Studies
The Native American Studies (NAS) Program at the University of Michigan places American Indians at the center of broader inquiries into the nature of the human confrontation with intrusive power.
Faculty and students work together to explore, through the humanities and the social sciences, varieties of the Native American experience and the importance of Indians to American history, literature, religion, social sciences, politics, and law. Wherever we confront questions of identity that embroil American Studies, American Indians loom large.
- The Department of American Culture Welcomes New Chair June Howard January 8, 2014
- Prof. Scott Lyons Named 2014 Henry Russel Award Recipient October 14, 2013
- In the Light of Justice: The Rise of Human Rights in Native America
- Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted