June 22-24, 2016 at First Nations University, Regina, Canada
The 2016 Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association (CINSA) Conference will be co-hosted by the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN) and First Nations University of Canada in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
This year’s theme is Reconciliation through Research – Fostering miýo-pimātisiwin including: community driven research, health and well-being, community development, justice, and education. Other topics or themes will be considered. Scholars and community members will present individual papers, panel sessions, posters, roundtables, workshops, film screenings, and performances highlighted community driven research and pathways to acheiving reconciliation.
The Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association (CINSA) is a community of scholars committed to Indigenous/Native Studies as a discipline that is informed by, and respectful of, Indigenous intellectual traditions. Among its objectives is the continued development of Aboriginal studies intellectualism through the dissemination and discussion of research as well as facilitation of communication between students, scholars, elders, and community members.
For more information on registration etc. please visit the UAKN’s website.