Contemporary American Indian Planning*
The purpose of this class is to provide a comprehensive overview and assessment of the current practice of planning on American Indian Reservations. Key topics include the powers to plan; the structures of tribal government and tribal planning; the tribal comprehensive plan; tribal planning regulations and ordinances; public engagement and tribal representation in tribal decision-making as part of planning; and critical research and development to identify and address long-term tribal needs and issues.
The tuition for this course is NOT in included in your 10-18 credit full time tuition. Click here for more information. Questions? Contact Eastern Online at 509-359-7380.
Instructor: Hill, Margo
Course Schedule: Winter 2013
Winter 2013 CRN: 14943
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Text Book Information
Wilkinson. Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations. 2006.
Kelly. Community Planning: An Introduction to the Comprehensive Plan. 2nd ed. 2009.
Cook-Lynn. New Indians, Old Wars. 2007.
Deloria. Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto. 1988.
Deloria & Lytle. The Nations Within: The Past and Future of American Indian Sovereignty. 1998.