Conference: NAISA Conference, 26 – 29 June 2019

NAISA Conference 2019

NAISA is the largest scholarly organization devoted to critical Indigenous Studies

The NAISA conference is an incredible opportunity for staff and students from Indigenous Studies and other cognate disciplines from all over the world to interact with some of the best Indigenous minds.

If you are interested or involved in Indigenous Studies, this is the conference to attend.  You will have access to the global thought leaders on Indigenous Development and establish invaluable insights and relationships in the field.

The conference will refresh, refocus and rethink your curricula, research and scholarships in terms of Indigenous Studies as an international discipline.

www.naisa2019.waikato.ac.nz

Key Dates

Conference: 26 – 29 June

Calls for Papers: Dates to be announced here.

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