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FEB 25, 2013: The PRELIMINARY PROGRAM for the 2013 meeting is posted to the U of Saskatchewan website: go to http://naisa.usask.ca/program/index.php
The 2013 annual meeting will be held June 13-15, hosted by the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada.
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First gathered in 2007 and incorporated in 2009, NAISA is the premiere international and interdisciplinary professional gathering for scholars, researchers, and community members interested in Indigenous Studies. Our annual meetings have grown from about 350 attendees at the first gathering in 2007, hosted by the University of Oklahoma and Robert Warrior; to 850+ at the 2012 meeting hosted at Mohegan Sun by the New England Host Committee.
K. Tsianina Lomawaima, President 2012-2013