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Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies

At the end of its partnership with the 13 Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) universities in June 2008, the Newberry inaugurated a new Consortium in American Indian Studies. NCAIS began accepting members in the summer and launched the programs in July 2009. The consortium draws on the Newberry’s world-renowned collections in American Indian and Indigenous studies and the resources of the McNickle Center to offer programs such as institutes, conferences, and annual workshops, as well as provide fellowships to graduate students and faculty at member institutions. Membership in the consortium will be limited to 20 institutions and is being offered to universities in the United States and Canada.

NCAIS Member Institutions and Faculty Liaisons

Cornell University. Prof. Troy Richards, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Harvard University. Dr. Philip Deloria, History
Michigan State University. Prof. Susan Sleeper-Smith, History
Northwestern University. Prof. Kelly Wisecup, English
Princeton University. Prof. Wendy Warren, History
University of Chicago. Prof. Matthew Kruer, History
University of Colorado, Boulder, Prof. Elizabeth Fenn, History
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Prof. Jenny L. Davis, Anthropology and American Indian Studies
University of Manitoba. Prof. Adele Perry, History
University of Minnesota. Prof. Jean O’Brien, History
University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Prof. William Bauer, History
University of New Mexico. Prof. Jennifer Nez Denetdale, American Studies
University of Oklahoma. Prof. Warren Metcalf, History
University of Washington. Prof. Josh Reid, History and;American Indian Studies
University of Winnipeg. Prof. Mary Jane McCallum, History
University of Wisconsin Madison, Prof. Steve Kantrowitz, History
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Prof. Michael Wilson, English
Oklahoma State University. Prof. Richard Boles, History
Penn State University. Prof. Jacob Lee, History
Yale University. Prof. Kelly Fayard, Anthropology