Course Information

Navajo Government (NAV 221)

Term: 2017-2018 Academic Year Fall Semester


There is not currently a faculty member for this course


This course is a study of the history, nature, organization, and operation of the Navajo tribal government. It concentrates on its evolution since its beginning in the 1920s, and examines the legal and political basis for, and functions of, the tribal government. The course brings an overview of the major contributions from each tribal administration and the political relationship of the Navajo to the state and federal governments.