Announcing the Call for Papers

22nd Diné Studies Conference, Inc.

San Juan College, Farmington, New Mexico

June 25 - 27, 2020

Submit Your Proposal Here

Nihikéyah, Nihizaad, Nihi’éé’deetįįh: Niha’áłchíní Yee Bidziil Doo

“Place, Language, and Innovation: Empowering Young Scholars for Success


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.

Learn More →

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.  

Learn More →

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.

Find Out Now →

Please contact us with any feedback you may have.


dSCI Newsletter Fall 2014