Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 

The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) is an interdisciplinary, international membership-based organization comprised of scholars working in Native American and Indigenous Studies. The conference will be held from June 6 to 8, in Bådåddjo/Buvvda/Bodø in the Norwegian part of Sábme.

At the conference, MSU Press will feature books from our American Indian Studies Series and Makwa Enewed Series, both edited by Jill Doerfler. All series books are 20% off through MSU Press using code MSUP24 or international orders can be placed with Eurospan using the code Twenty.

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American Indian Studies

The American Indian Studies series seeks to develop a deeper understanding of American Indian/Indigenous cultures and identities and the place(s) of American Indian/Indigenous people in today’s world.

Makwa Enewed

Makwa Enewed is dedicated to books encompassing the varied views and perspectives of people working in and with American Indian nations/communities. Books published under the Makwa Enewed imprint rely less on formal academic critique and more on experientially grounded views and perspectives on issues, activities, and developments in Indian Country. 

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To submit a proposal fill out the following form: Proposal Submission Form

Please direct questions about the series to Jill Doerfler.