Greetings, and welcome to the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association!
NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE IS ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2014 ELECTIONS FROM NOV. 19-DEC. 6, 2013. PLEASE Click here FOR MORE INFORMATION
NAISA began through exploratory meetings hosted by the University of Oklahoma in 2007 and by the University of Georgia in 2008, incorporated in 2009, and has since become the premiere international and interdisciplinary professional organization for scholars, graduate students, independent researchers, and community members interested in all aspects of Indigenous Studies.
Our annual meetings have grown exponentially: from 350 attendees at the first gathering in 2007 to nearly 900 attendees at the 2013 conference hosted this past June by the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada.
We hope you’ll join us in 2014, when our Annual Meeting will be hosted by the University of Texas at Austin, May 29-31.
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If you are not yet a member of NAISA, we encourage you to sign up and join fellow supporters and practitioners of Native American and Indigenous Studies. Click on "Membership" to the left. Visit the NAISA web site often for updates, information, job postings, and more.
Chadwick Allen, NAISA President 2013-2014