Presentations from the 2017 Meeting

Please note that this page does not present a complete list of all the presentations and workshops delivered at the 2017 meeting of the American Indigenous Research Association. The presentations that were originally PowerPoint files have been saved as PDFs for easy access by community members.

Indigenous Families
Ed Galindo, American Indian Research and Education Foundation

Benefits of Using Local Indigenous Methodologies in Research with Northern First Nations Youth
Laurie-Ann Lines & Dr. Cindy Jardine

From Lynching Tree to Healing Circle
Facilitated By: Toni Battle, by way of Ancestors Doctorate Candidate, Saint Mary’s College of CA

Indigenous Land, Culture, and Environment: Lessons from Indian Country
Professor Gail Small

Talanoa (story/dialogue) in Research and Knowledge Production

Tribal Elders’ Perspectives of Indigenous Knowledge Sharing using a Methodology of Indigeneity
Dr. Roxanne Cargill

iyiniw tapwewin ekwa kiskeyitamowin
Dr Leona Mikokis

Dr. Onani Carver

Designing a Tribal Historic Preservation Program for Tribal College
Jeff Bendremer, College of New Rochelle

Engaging in Advanced Integrative Study and Research
Sammy Matsaw Jr

Indigenous Knowledge System and Decolonizing Methodology Interwoven Into Higher Education Experiences: Autoethnography
Franklin Sage, Ph.D. Educational Foundations and Research

A Mixed Methods Study to Explore Attachment for Native Americans who Attended Indian Boarding Schools
Melissa D. Olson (Zephier), MS, PhD Student

Academic Journeys of American Indians in the field of Natural Resources: How their Indian identity & tribal culture influenced their experiences
Ruth Swaney (Hidatsa, Mandan, Assiniboine, Sioux) Three Affiliated Tribes Education Department

Piikani School Leadership
Brad Hall, EdD Blackfeet Community College, Montana State University – Bozeman

Willow Partnership for Success
Salish Kootenai College, Sitting Bull College, University of Montana

Contradictions in Native Ethnography
Dina Barajas MS, MA PhD Candidate, Department of American Studies Center for Regional Studies Research Fellow, University of New Mexico

Cankdeska Cikana Community College Increasing Capacity & Enhancing Tribal Innovation (ICE-TI)
Jennifer Boeckel, Mike Parker, Michael Brown, Chris Dahlen, Karen Saari, Teresa Harding, & Pat Conway