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Native American/Indigenous Studies: On Campus

A guide for finding resources to do with the first peoples of America and other colonized areas.

Student Organizations

There are currently 3 student organizations that focus on Native American advocacy on Mizzou's campus.

They are:

Four Directions: Indigenous Peoples and Allies. This organization is focused on cultural education and is open to all students of Native American, Pacific Islander, Alaskan Native, or other indigenous heritage as well as any students interested in Indigenous issues.

Native American Law Student Organization. This organization is focused on encouraging Native Americans to study law, as well as the study of Native American and tribal law in general. 

The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science. This organization is focused on recruiting and retaining Chicanos and Native Americans into the sciences.

Departments

Here is a list of the Departments on campus with Native Studies Courses and faculty that may be a useful resource:

  • English
  • Peace Studies
  • Religious Studies