2018 Alaska Native Studies Conference
Gunalchéesh • Háwʼaa • Ntʼoyaxsn!
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Organization and Title
Description / Abstract
What category best fits your proposed presentation?
Northwest Coast Visual Arts
Alaska Native Literary Arts
Alaska Native Education
Indigenizing and Decolonizing the Academy
Indigenous Oral Literatures
Indigenous Science, Math, and Technologies
Alaska Native Leadership, Jurisdiction, and Sovereignty
Cultural Resilience and Repair Across Generations
What is the format of your presentation?
individual paper (20 minutes)
panel (3–5 participants, 90 minutes total)
roundtables (3-5 participants, 90 minutes total)
alternative formats (performances, film, media, workshops)
Are there any specific needs that you have for your presentation?
All presenters who are accepted to the Program must register for the Conference
Additional Dates & Information
• Proposal notifications of acceptance will be sent out no later than January 15, 2018
• Preliminary program will be posted by March 1, 2018
• Pre-registration will begin February 1, 2018 with Early Bird registration ending April 1, 2018xs
• Address questions to:
• Conference Program and further updates will be posted at
Mission of the Alaska Native Studies Council
The Alaska Native Studies Council promotes a deeper and more sustained commitment to integrating Indigenous perspectives into a variety of educational settings. Our mission is to identify, develop, and implement Native-focused curricula, to promote and publish Alaska Native-related research and pedagogical strategies, and to develop a strategic plan to help us attain these goals.
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