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The Alaska Native Studies Conference will be held in Juneau on the UAS Campus March 14-16, 2014

Alaska Native Studies Conference (ANSC)

March 14 - 16, 2014 

Location: University of Alaska Southeast campus in Juneau, Alaska

Hosted by the University of Alaska

 The Alaska Native Studies Council invites you to attend the second annual Alaska Native Studies Conference, held in Juneau, Alaska. Join us to hear about research and activism from all fields related to Alaska Native Studies of the past, present, and future.

 The Alaska Native Studies Council promotes a deeper and more sustained commitment to integrating Indigenous perspectives into a variety of educational settings. Our mission is to identify, develop, and implement Native-focused curricula, to promote and publish Alaska Native-related research and pedagogical strategies, to reshape the University of Alaska into an Alaska Native serving institution, and to develop a strategic plan to attain these goals.

 Full conference program and further updates will be posted at: http://alaskanativestudies.org

 Click here to Register

 Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 14

Pre-Conference sessions

Topic: Alaska Native Literature and Art (1 to 5 PM, downtown Juneau at the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council)

Topic: UAF Indigenous Studies Ph.D. Student Seminar (Program students only - at UAS Schaible House)

Note: a separate registration is required to participate in pre-conference activities

Saturday, March 15 & Sunday, March 16

Full conference with multiple breakout sessions ( 9 AM to 4:30 PM each day)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

  • Dr. Jo-ann Archibald, Associate Dean for Indigenous Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
  • Dr. Malia Villegas, Director, Policy Research Center, National Congress of American Indians, Washington, D.C.

Lunch included both days

Closing reception in the early evening on Sunday

Hotels:

Two blocks of rooms have been reserved for the Alaska Native Studies Conference participants at the below hotels.  Rooms are approximately $109/night.

Goldbelt Hotel

Located in downtown Juneau

51 Egan Drive

http://www.goldbelthotel.com/

TEL: 907-586-6900

Travelodge Hotel

Located in the Valley near the airport

9200 Glacier Highway

http://www.travelodge.com/hotels/alaska/juneau/travelodge-hotel-juneau/rooms-rates

TEL: 1-800-525-4055

Transportation:

Shuttle service between Goldbelt Hotel & Travelodge Hotel to/from the UAS campus will be provided once in the morning and once in the evening for March 15 & 16.  Car rentals with most national chains are also available at the Juneau Airport.

Meals:

Breakfast and lunch provided March 15 & March 16 to all conference participants.  Dinners on your own.

Click here to Register

Thank You to our Sponsors:

 Title Sponsor: First National Bank Alaska

Office of the Chancellor, UAS

Office of the Provost, UAS

Office of the Provost, UAA

Office of the Dean, School of Arts & Sciences, UAS

PITAAS Program, School of Education, UAS

PITAAS is funded by an Alaska Native Education grant from the United States Department of Education CFDA#84.356A

Gunalchéesh!

ANSC - First Bank of AlaskaANSC - University of Alaska SoutheastANSC - University of Alaska Anchorage


Alaska Native Studies

  • 796-6406  (Fax)
Soboleff Bldg 
11120 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK
99801
Mailstop: SOB1
Xh'unei Lance A. Twitchell

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