Watch the online lecture about gender and the Indian Boarding Schools, which is

Watch the online lecture about gender and the Indian Boarding Schools which is just 25 minutes long. For the video with captions go here: Launch External Tool Step 2: Inspirational History! Watch this short video about Native American womens rights activist and writer Zitkala-Sa. Launch External Tool Step 3: Read Albert Hurtados When Strangers Met: Sex and Gender on Three Frontiers¬Ě Guiding questions: Ive included here someguiding questions to help you focus as you do the reading. Answer these questions as you go. (Note that these arent the same as the discussion questions) Albert Hurtado writes thats the sexual behavior of Native Americans challenged conventional European ideas about gender. What aretwo or threekey ways that Indian sexual behavior challenged Europeans ideas? In what ways did the California Missions try to reform Indian sexuality and protect unmarried female neophytes (young native women) and were these efforts successful? Why or why not? Who were the Berdache¬Ě and why did the Europeans look down upon them? Who was Sacajawea and how does what you learned in this article differ from popular ideas about who she was? What impact did the Gold Rush have on the Native American tribes of California in general and on Native American women in particular?

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