is published twice a year by the University of Minnesota Press, and has as its mandate a focus on publishing the best interdisciplinary scholarship in international Native American and Indigenous Studies. It draws on the extraordinary professional expertise of our ever-expanding membership, and provides an intellectually rigorous and ethically engaged forum for smart, provocative, and exciting scholarship in the field. It provides a forum for different kinds of research, intellectual traditions, and knowledge practices to be placed in conversation, where we extend our understandings across disciplinary and epistemological boundaries and learn more about the important work going on in scores of different fields and regions.
MANAGING EDITORS: Ariane Tulloch (University of Kansas) and Jameson R. Sweet
EDITORIAL BOARD 2016-2017:
Jennifer Adese (term ends 2018) (Otipemisiwak/Métis) Carleton University
Chris Andersen (term ends 2019) (Métis) University of Alberta
Eric Cheyfitz (term ends 2020) Cornell University
Vicente M. Diaz (term ends 2017) (Pohnpeian) University of Minnesota
Alyosha Goldstein (term ends 2019) University of New Mexico
Chad Hamill (term ends 2017) (Spokan) Northern Arizona University
Brendan Hokowhitu (term ends 2020) (Maori) University of Waikato
Brian Klopotek (term ends 2019) (Choctaw) University of Oregon
Beth Leonard (term ends 2018) (Deg Xit’an Athabascan) University of Alaska, Fairbanks
K. Tsianina Lomawaima (term ends 2018) (Muscogee) Arizona State University
Kelly McDonough (term ends 2017) (White Earth Ojibwe heritage) University of Texas
Aileen Moreton-Robinson (term ends 2020) (Goenpul) Queensland University of Technology
Christopher Pexa (term ends 2020) (Dakota) University of Minnesota
Jacki Thompson Rand (term ends 2017) (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) University of Iowa
Dylan Robinson (term ends 2018) (Stó:lō) University of British Columbia
Phillip Round (term ends 2017) University of Iowa
David Delgado Shorter (term ends 2020) University of California-Los Angeles
Noenoe Silva (term ends 2019) (Kanaka Maoli) University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa
Rose Stremlau (term ends 2019) Davidson College
Kiara Vigil (term ends 2018) (Dakota and Apache heritage) Amherst College
POLICY OF ELIGIBILITY FOR SUBMISSIONS
The editors encourage as many submissions as possible from NAISA membership and beyond. Anyone wishing to submit is encouraged to do so, including sitting members of any elected NAISA body (such as the Council or Nominations Committee) or members of any appointed body (such as the Editorial Board). The editors will take great care that any given issue, and each yearly volume (2 issues) will be balanced in authorship and will not over-represent NAISA officers/council/committee members/editorial board members.
CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
Manuscript submission guidelines can be found at: http://www.upress.umn.edu/information/author-resources-1/manuscript-guid...
Native American and Indigenous Studies invites reviews of books and other materials on topics relevant to our field for publication in the journal.The journal accepts unsolicited reviews, but the editors suggest being in touch with NAIS editorial staff in order to communicate about specific review ideas and a reviewer’s qualifications.
Reviews should be no more than 750 words and submitted in 12-point Times New Roman font. We will consider essays of greater length that review multiple books, films, or other materials on a particular topic, theme, or area, but communicating with NAIS editorial staff before undertaking suchan essay is encouraged.
Publishers and distributors can send materials for review consideration to:
Department of American Studies
213 Bailey Hall
1440 Jayhawk Blvd.
Ph: (785) 864 - 4011
Those interested in knowing what materials are available for review can check our Twitter feed and Facebook page: Follow us on Twitter @review4NAIS and like our page on Facebook (NAIS: Native American and Indigenous Studies)