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Sequoyah Research Center

Current Year Symposium

The Sequoyah National Research Center will hold its 2011 Symposium, April 8-9, 2011.

This year’s symposium will feature several presentations on current topics of interest in American Indian communities in a time of change. All events will be held at the Donaghey Student Center at UALR in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Call for Papers

We are asking for paper and presentation topics on subjects that are of interest in Indigenous communities. Indigenous researchers are especially encouraged to apply. Topics on any aspect of tribal community life. Please consult our web site at http://anpa.ualr.edu/ to access presentations from previous symposia, and consult http://ualr.edu/sequoyah for future postings concerning Symposium 2011, including registration instructions and materials.

Sessions rage from academic presentations to more informal talks, and presenters are asked to speak on their topics rather than read their papers. Ample time will be provided for questions and answers during each session.

Prospective presenters are asked to send a one-page proposal (as pdf or Word attachments only) describing [1] their papers or presentations, [2] presenter(s) and their titles, and [3] any electronic needs they have for their presentation. Proposal deadline is January 1, 2011. Proposals should be emailed with contact information to:

Robert Sanderson
resanderson@ualr.edu
501-569-8336

Registration

There is no registration fee, but we can plan more effectively if we know who will be attending the symposium.

Please download the registration form, supply the information, and mail it to

Sequoyah National Research Center
University Plaza, Suite 500
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2801 S. University Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72204-1099.

You may FAX it instead to 501.371.7585 or e-mail the information to Dan Littlefield.

Updated 9.27.2010