Community is an essential part of Cherokee culture and understanding Government, language, and society helps build a stronger Cherokee Nation.
On January 26, 2022, we will host our first 9-week course, ‘Cherokee Government and Society,’ course taught but Dr. Julia Coates, Cherokee Nation Tribal Council member.
The course will be made available for only $50 and will cover topics such as:
Language, Values, and Worldview:
Identity and Nationality in the Interpretation of Cherokee History
Geography, Place, and Environment as Contributors to Cherokee Identity:
Historical and Contemporary Cherokee Identity Construction
Cherokee Culture: Beyond Artifacts and Performances:
Historic and Contemporary Cherokee Communities:
Historic and Contemporary Cherokee Social Institutions:
Forms and Principles of Cherokee Government:
Cherokee Heritage and Citizenship:
The course is accredited and is offered as a community (audit) or for credit and is led by academics. The course can be transferred to other academic institutions. For more information about the course, visit https://www.cherokeepins.org/governmentsociety or
*If the course is taken for credit, additional fees and academic work will apply.