NAISA Conference May 17–19, 2018

Program

Forthcoming in January 2018

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association

CALL FOR PAPERS

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Accepting proposals now!
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
NATIVE AMERICAN AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES ASSOCIATION
Los Angeles, CA
MAY 17-19, 2018
The NAISA Council invites scholars working in Native American and Indigenous Studies to submit proposals for: Individual papers, panel sessions, roundtables, or film screenings.

All persons working in Native American and Indigenous Studies are invited and encouraged to apply. We welcome proposals from faculty and students in colleges, universities, and tribal colleges; from community-based scholars and elders; and from professionals working in the field. We encourage proposals relating to Indigenous community-driven scholarship.

Only complete proposals submitted through the online Abstract Collector before the deadline will receive consideration. 
The deadline for proposal submissions is November 1, 2017, 11:50pm EST
 
Proposals for the 2018 NAISA conference (May 17-19, 2018) 
can now be submitted at: 
https://convention2.allacademic.com/one/naisa/naisa18/
 
You must create an account before submitting a proposal. Even if you created one last year, you'll need to create a new one.  In addition to submitting a proposal, people also can volunteer to chair one of the panels created from individual paper proposals. All thoseaccepted to the program must get or renew NAISA membership and must register for the meeting.
 

NAISA membership

All those accepted to the program must get or renew NAISA membership and must register for the meeting. You can renew your NAISA membership at www.naisa.org.

Registration for the conference will open at the LA conference website in early 2018.
 

 

 

NAISA strives to make its annual meeting a safe space for all attendees. We expect everyone in attendance, whether as a NAISA member, guest, vendor, or otherwise to behave in a professional manner. We also expect everyone to abide by all local, state/provincial, and national laws. NAISA maintains a zero-tolerance policy regarding sexual or other harassment. The NAISA council reserves the absolute right, in its sole discretion, to bar anyone from attendance at the annual meeting.

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