9th Annual Navajo Studies Conference

Teresa Underwood (S20060@FORTLEWIS.EDU)
Sun, 8 Oct 1995 23:32:56 -0600

April 10 - 13, 1996

Call for Papers - Deadline: November 15, 1995

The Navajo: Persistence and Change

Fort Lewis College in DurangoColorado invites you to participate in the
Ninth Annual Navajo Studies Conference to be held April 10-13, 1996.
Paper presentations will be held in concurrent sessions on April 11th and
12th. The number of sessions, as well as the subject emphasis for each, will
be determined after abstracts have been received and selected. The length
of each presentation should be no more than 20 minutes followed by a ten
minute discussion period. We also encourage college students to submit

SUBJECT AREAS - We hope that a wide range of research will be presented by
conference participants. The general conference theme is "Persistence and
Change." Suggested paper or poster session topics include, but are not
limited to:
Language and Culture: Oral history, place names, religion, material
culture, art, cowboy culture, language change...
The Dinetah: History, archaeology, historic preservation, rock art...
Contemporary Issues: Health, education, economic development, energy
development, tribal government, tourism, environment...

SESSIONS: Your paper abstract should be no more that 250 words. If
you wish to organize your own session, submit a 500 word abstract, and the
abstracts of your individual participants. Please include you affiliation(s)
and degree information with your abstract.

WORKSHOPS: Proposals for workshops are also invited. Submit a
500 word description of planned activities and projected audience attendance.
Note any special equipment needs.

DEADLINE: november 15, 1995

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: April 10, 1996 - Evening Reception; April 11-12,
1996 - Concurrent Sessions, Plenary Speaker and Dinner (12th); April 13, 1996
- (TBA)


Dr. David Kozak
134 Hesperus Hall
Fort Lewis College
Durango, CO 81301
970-247-7498 (o)
970-247-7623 (fax)

Presenters will be notified by mid December.

Sent by Teresa Underwood (S20060@fortlewis.edu), President, Fort Lewis College
Anthropology Club

Sorry for the typos!, I'm new at this.