The 21st Diné Studies Conference recognized our Navajo Treaty. Our theme, 150 Years Later: Acting and Advocating to Empower Our Own Researchers and Healers and Visionaries and Thinkers and Planners and Leaders and Scientists and ..., was recognizing the contributions of our people for the past 150 years. We want to give our deep appreciation to Diné College for hosting and supporting this event. If you missed our conference or missed a session, come check out our video library from the 21st Conference!

Video Library


Inspiring the next generation of leaders and cultural knowledge holders

DSCI hosted workshops and a community documentary on Kayenta, Arizona. The workshops and documentary were made possible through a grant from the First Nation's Development Institute. Check out the impact of these workshops and hear the voices of our youth.

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abouT DSCI

To learn about our organization vision, mission statement, strategic planning priorities, priority areas, By-Laws, non-profit status legal notice, and current Board of Directors of the Diné Studies Conference, Inc., formerly the Navajo Studies Conference, Inc., please click the link below.  

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become a member

You are welcome to become a member of Diné Studies Conference, Inc.. We encourage you to become a member at our next conference or symposium. You will join an established group of scholars and educators who are dedicated to strengthening our Navajo way of life.

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dSCI Newsletter Fall 2014