Join a history laboratory and become an investigator exploring the lost stories, forgotten voices, and hidden past of Oregon’s Native American history across the state and on the UO campus. Through original research in the archives, oral interviews in the community, and student-created outputs (e.g. photography, videos, maps) you will contribute new knowledge to the UO Documenting History Project. You will also enjoy the exciting opportunity to study Native American history by participating in two immersive, role-playing games in History 211.
Visit the Hidden History's FIG website: Hidden History blog
"It kind of feels like you're there, even though you're in a classroom."
- UO Student Daniel Berger on his experience within his Reacting to the Past course.
Students explore the intersection of topics by taking the following course package:
HIST 199 College Connections - FIG Seminar, 1-credit
HIST 211 Reacting to the PAst - CoreEd or major satisfying course, 4-credits
ES 256 Introduction to Native American Studies - CoreEd or major satisfying course, 4-credits
FIG Theme: Culture in Review
Examine cultures and subcultures through a discerning lens
Flight Path Themes:
Identity, Society, & Public Policy
FIG Related Courses
Did you enjoy the topics addressed in your FIG? Continue exploring those topics by registering for one of the following classes:
- CAS 101H: Reacting to the Past
- HIST 202: Building the US
- HIST 248: Latinos in Americas
- HIST 308: Hist of Women in the US
- ES 352: Soc Equ & Crim Justice
- ES 407: Seminar Nat Amer+Afr Amer
- LING 199: Sp St Sahaptin I
- ES 350: Native Americans and the Environment
- HIST 469: Top Indian Removal