May 20-21, 2022
Deadline December 15,2021
Ogden / Promontory Summit / Salt Lake City – Bringing together Native and non-Native scholars, students, artists, musicians, tribal citizens, tribal government representatives and the general public, this 2nd gathering and symposium invites conversation about the fraught and dynamic relationships between Native peoples and railroads. The program committee encourages submissions across a wide range of mediums and diverse formats including: roundtable presentations, research paper sessions, oral histories and storytelling, dance, artwork, multimedia offerings including film, and small poster exhibits.
Designed to be inclusive, intergovernmental and interdisciplinary, the symposium is hosted by the Utah Division of Indian Affaires in cooperation with the intermountain tribal nations of the Goshute, Palute, Diné, Shoshone, and Ute peoples. The gathering’s geographical reach includes the United States and Canada.
Please find the full CFP here.