NCAIS Spring Workshop in Research Methods | Newberry

NCAIS Spring Workshop in Research Methods

2019 NCAIS Spring Workshop Participants
 

NCAIS offers a spring workshop in research methods organized around a topic proposed by consortium faculty. The workshop brings together one or more faculty with a participating graduate student from each NCAIS member institution. The call for student applications is circulated in the fall.

Workshops are held at archival resources in various regions of the United States and Canada. Workshops provide NCAIS graduate students an opportunity to explore a wide range of archival holdings at various institutions. The National Museum of the American Indian and the University of New Mexico’s Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections (CSWR) were sites of recent workshops. Workshop faculty and graduate students examine a core of readings related to the workshop topic. Faculty introduce the students to the archival holdings, organize field trips, social events, and student presentations drawn from the archives. Participating graduate students are provided housing accommodations, meals, and travel expenses are covered up to $600.

Past Spring Workshops

Upcoming Spring Workshop

Saturday, March 6, 2021
NCAIS Spring Workshop in Research Methods
Sovereignty and Survivance in Spatial Archives and Urban Landscapes
- - NCAIS Graduate Workshop in Narrative and Research Methods Hosted virtually by Oklahoma State University. This workshop was scheduled for March 2020, but was rescheduled for March 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Douglas Miller, History, Oklahoma State University Dr. Lindsey Smith, English, Oklahoma State University