Advertise Your Company, Organization, or Campaign!
Your advertisement supports scholars, researchers, filmographers, professors, poets, cultural knowledge holders keeping Navajo knowledge alive!
Your business will be included in our commemorative program, posters, and web page!
Your company deserves to promote your contributions and services to the navajo people!
We recognize your company as contributing significantly to the 110 communities of the Navajo Nation that impacts the lives of over 350,000 Diné.
We believe the Diné Studies Conference is an excellent way to show our people your accomplishments through our commemorative program, posters, and web page. In addition, your company benefits because we are a tax-exempt organization.
we are an amazing organization to support!
Diné Studies Conference, Inc., formerly Navajo Studies Conference, Inc., began in 1986 and has evolved into a completely Navajo-run, volunteer, and non-profit organization.
We’ve had 20 conferences and 4 community symposiums throughout the Navajo Nation. We have become a well-known and highly respected entity among the Navajo people for many years now, and we are sincerely grateful in serving our people.
Our mission is to embrace and uphold Diné culture and language; to promote and facilitate ethical and responsible research; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on Diné Life; and to inspire critical reflection.
Our Diné Studies Conference attracts between two and four hundred attendees, many of whom travel from communities across the Navajo Nation and from all over the United States.
Buy Advertisement space
We are offering three options for the purchase of an advertisement.
- Full-page advertisement in the conference program, our website, and posters that will be posted at chapters, schools, businesses, and community centers for $600
- Half-page advertisement in our commemorative conference program, website, and posters that will be posted at chapters, schools, businesses, and community centers for $300
- Quarter-page advertisement in our commemorative conference program for $150