21st Diné Studies Conference
October 25-27, 2018 at Diné College, Tsaile, Arizona
150 Years Later: Acting and Advocating to Empower Our Own Researchers and Healers and Visionaries and Thinkers and Planners and Leaders and Scientists and…
Neeznádiin dóo’ąą ashdladiin nááhaigo: Nihidine’é nida’ałkaahígíí, nahałáhí, dahaniihii dóó nitsékeesii dóó naha’áii dóó éé’deitįįhii, doozhóódgóó ba’ahódlí dóó ílį́įgo hiilna’
The Diné Studies Conference, Inc. Board of Directors proudly announces our conference in partnership with Diné College. The 21st Diné Studies Conference theme is to recognize the history of the Navajo Nation since the Treaty of 1868.
We encourage to join this important dialogue. We welcome our Navajo people, and our allies, who act, advocate, and empower the development and growth of researchers, healers, visionaries, thinkers, planners, leaders, scientists, and many other individuals who are working to sustain, regenerate, revitalize, and build Navajo communities.
The registration is now open. The registration costs are:
Regular Registration (Oct 25-27):
$100 General Public
$ 50 Student
$ 30 Senior
Daily Registration (1 day only)
$ 75 General Public
Banquet Ticket (Oct 27)
$20 General, Seniors, Students
$ 50 Vendor Space (Oct 26-27)
$ 26 Full Meal Ticket (Oct 26-27)
$ 13 Half Meal Ticket (1 day only)
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