NCAIS Graduate Student Conference

Wadsworth ledger book, Ayer Art, pp. 39
Wadsworth ledger book, Ayer Art, pp. 39
Center for American Indian Studies Programs
NCAIS Graduate Student Conference
Friday, July 19, 2013 to Saturday, July 20, 2013

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Friday, July 19, 2013, 9am to 3pm

Smith, Clinton, University of Colorado - Boulder
“Forged by Violence”

Chelsea Frazier, University of Wyoming
“The fire of hope almost went out; we have to rekindle it: Lakota Political Control over U.S. Westward Expansion, 1877-1889”

Margaret Huettl, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
“When We Die We Will Lay Our Bones at La Pointe”: Ojibwe Treaty Making from 1854-1873

James Nyman, University of North Carolina
“The ‘Haunts’ of Indigenous Archaeology in the Carolinas: Dismantling the Legacy of Settler Colonial Discourse in Contemporary Archaeology”

Shannon Prince, Harvard University
“Artful Intersections: Where Art, Indigeneity, and Colonization Meet”

Leila Monaghan, University of Wyoming
“War Songs: The Role of Cheyenne and Lakota Women at the Battle of Greasy Grass Creek”

Raquel Escobar, University of Urbana-Champaign
“Dual Ambitions: Native Women Reformers of the Society of American Indians”

NCAIS Summer Institute Research Presentations
“Competing Narratives  Native American and Indigenous Studies Across Disciplines”
Faculty
Prof. Erin Debenport, University of New Mexico
Dr. Scott Stevens, Director, D’Arcy McNickle Center

Participants
W. Oliver Baker, University of New Mexico
Elizabeth Barnett, Vanderbilt University
John Crandall, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Paul Jentz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Khalil A. Johnson, Jr., Yale University
Jasmine Johnston, University of British Columbia
Jacob Jurss, Michigan State University
David Lehman, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Michael Minor, University of Manitoba/Winnipeg
Leila Monaghan, University of Wyoming
Pollyanna Nordstrand, Cornell University
James Nyman, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Bernadette Perez, University of Minnesota
Shannon Prince, Harvard University
Saul Schwartz, Princeton University
Clint Smith, University of Colorado - Boulder
Rowan Steineker, University of Oklahoma

Saturday, July 20, 2013, 1pm to 3pm

Alexis Smith, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
“A Different Kind of Race: How Native Racial Practice Affected Kinship in the Borderlands of the Old Northwest”

Jameson R. Sweet, University of Minnesota -Twin Cities
“Mixed-Blood Reservations: A Family History of Race and Federal Indian Policy in the Nineteenth-Century”

Rowan Steineker, University of Oklahoma
“’Education for Our Masses’: Creek Educational Reform and Defense of Sovereignty in the Reconstruction Era”

Bernadette Jeanne Pérez, University of Minnesota
“ ‘Our first duty to the Indian is to teach him to work’: American Indian Workers in the Making of Colorado’s Beet Sugar Industry”

Nathaniel Holly, University of Oklahoma
“Islands of Cherokee History: North Carolina’s Citizen Cherokee and their Reservations”

Michael Minor, University of Manitoba
“Inhabiting the Margins Through city treaty”