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Call for Papers: Native American & Indigenous Studies Association

October 30, 2010


This mailing is from NAISA.ORG

DEADLINE for proposal submission is NOVEMBER 1 2010 (PLEASE NOTE EARLIER DEADLINE THAN IN PAST YEARS!)

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE

NATIVE AMERICAN & INDIGENOUS STUDIES ASSOCIATION

NAISA

 

HYATT REGENCY

1209 L STREET

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, USA

 

MAY 19-21, 2011

 

Hosted by the Department of Native American Studies

University of California, Davis

 

The NAISA Council invites scholars working in Native American and Indigenous Studies to submit proposals for individual papers, panel sessions, or roundtables. All persons working in Native American and

Indigenous Studies are invited and encouraged to apply. Proposals are welcome from faculty and students in colleges, universities, and tribal colleges; from community-based scholars and elders; and from professionals working in the field.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The Council is limiting submissions to one proposed session per person. This change is being made to allow more people to participate in the meeting given imitations of time and space. Thus, each person can only be part of one proposal of any kind and the Council reserves the right to disqualify proposals that include individuals who are part of more than one proposal. Someone may, however, be proposed to both present or comment and chair in the same session. Also, the Council may recruit panel chairs and commentators from people on successful proposals. Finally, please note that all those accepted to the program must be a NAISA member, or join.

 

GO TO naisa.org for more information about NAISA, and for information about the Sacramento 2011 Meeting.

 

Detailed instructions for submitting proposals will be available on both websites by September 1, 2010

 

Only complete proposals will receive consideration.

 

DEADLINE for proposal submission is NOVEMBER 1 2010 (PLEASE NOTE EARLIER DEADLINE THAN IN PAST YEARS!)

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