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September 17, 2020

Raising Indigenous Voices in Academia
September 17–19, 2020

Seneca Resort & Casino
310 Fourth Street, Niagara Falls, New York 14303

We are pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for Raising Indigenous Voices in Academia, A RIVA Conference on the Scholarship of Indigenous Knowledge

 

Room Rates

Wed. & Thurs Single/Double – $115 (taxes & fees included) Fri. & Sat. Single/Double $225 (taxes & fees included)

For Hotel Reservations Call: 1-877 873-6322, or (716) 299-1100

Invited speakers

Salish Scholar Dean Nickolai – “Exploring Indigenous Methodological Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management”; Australian Gumbaynggirr Scholar Clark Webb – “Increasing Indigenous Voices in Universities”; Sami Scholar Gunvor Guttom – “The Academic Relevance of a Sami Speaker Researching Sami Language”; Inuit/Greenlandic Scholar Naja Dyrendom Graugaard – “Kalaallit Sealing and the Arctic Sealskin Industry Through Inuit Hunting Knowledge in Greenland”; Salish Scholar Shandin Pete – “Intersecting Ancient Salish Hydrological Knowledge with Modern Hydrological Tools”; and Miami Scholar and MacArthur Foundation “Genius Award” recipient Daryl Baldwin

Presentation Types

The conference features research addressing academic areas of interest in archeology, ethno- botany, linguistic anthropology, political/legal anthropology, socio-cultural anthropology, or any other sub discipline of anthropology. Proposals are invited for paper presentations, interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or innovative showcases.

All scholars and administrators are welcome. Indigenous scholars, as perhaps the most underrepresented ethnic group globally, are encouraged to submit proposals.

Registration Fee Schedule

Registrations received prior to May 1st – $360, after May 1st – $400.

Student registrations received before May 1st – $200, after May 1st – $240.

For information on submitting registration form & fee go to www.umt.edu/nsilc/contact.php

 

Submit completed registration forms to agmriva2020@gmail.com

Presentation proposals should be submitted by March 1, 2020

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