Schedule of Courses

Upcoming Courses

Spring 2017

Summer 2017

Future Semesters

Spring 2017

Session 1: January 9th to March 4th

Session 2: March 11th to May 6th

Qualifying Exam: Friday, March 17th to Monday, April 3rd

Summer 2017

Online courses: June 5th to August 10th

On-Campus courses: June 25th to July 21st

Qualifying Exam: Friday, July 21st to Monday, August 7th

Previous Academic Years

Faculty Spotlight

Jace Weaver

Jace Weaver is the Franklin Professor of Native American Studies and Religion, director of the Institute of Native American Studies, and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Georgia.

Dr. Weaver's work in Native American Studies is highly interdisciplinary, though focusing primarily on three areas: religious traditions, literature, and law. He is the author or editor of ten books, including That the People Might Live: Native American Literatures and Native American CommunityOther Words: American Indian Literature, Law, and Culture, and Turtle Goes to War: Of Military Commissions, the Constitution and American Indian Memory.  American Indian Literary Nationalism, written with Robert Warrior, Craig Womack, and Simon Ortiz, won the 2007 Bea Medicine Award for best book in American Indian Studies from the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies and the Native American Literature Symposium. His most recent work is the essay collection Notes from a Miner's Canary.

In 2003, Dr. Weaver won the Wordcraft Award for Best Creative Non-Fiction from the Wordcraft Circle of Native American Writers for Other Words. In 1999, he won the Portfolio Award for excellence in teaching resources from the journal Media and Methods for his book on CD-ROM, American Journey: The Native American Experience. He has also been nominated for the Oklahoma and Connecticut Book Awards.