World Social Science Association

Formerly the Western Social Science Association

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AAAS - African/African American Studies
ABS - Association For Borderland Studies
AFIT - Economics (Association For Institutional Thought)
AIS - American Indian Studies
AS - Asian Studies
CDD - Chronic Disease & Disability
CJC - Criminal Justice & Criminology
CMS - Communication Studies
CS - Canadian Studies
EG - Economics General

EPN - Environmenal Policy & Natural Resource Management
GD - Globalization & Development
HIS - History
LASC - Latin American Studies & Chicano-Iberian Culture Network
MC - Mass Communication
MENA - Middle East & North Africa
NPPS - Non-Profit, Philanthropy, Social Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
NZAS - New Zealand & Australia Studies
PA - Public Administration
PFB - Public Finance & Budgeting

PS - Political Science
RAS - Rural & Agricultural Studies
SA - Sociology & Anthropology
SES - Slavic & Eurasian Studies
SP - Social Psychology
SW - Social Work
URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists
US - Urban Studies
WGBL - Women's, Gender, & LGBTQ Studies

AIS - American Indian Studies

AIS 1 - Indigenous Research Roundtable: Resilience and Challenges of Indigenous Research

Section Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: University of Arizona


How food sovereignty initiatives allowed southern Louisiana Bayou tribes to engage in protective measures for their communities and elders during the first wave of the COVID pandemic in 2020., Michele Companion, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Impact of Covid-19 on Native American Women., Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox, University of Arizona

Current issues in Indigenous Environmental Justice., Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University.

“Indigenous Research Refusing Boundaries of Recognition."  I want to discuss the way bureaucratic and academic language traps Indigenous people and relationships, and strategies to avoid confinement.  It's based on Indigenous research in negotiations with U.S. Forest Service over future management of the San Francisco Peaks., Christopher Jocks, Northern Arizona University.

International comparisons to the federal boarding school system., Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University
“My general focus is on gender violence, trafficking, and sex worker rights policy development in US  Indian Country and global indigenous contexts.  I am currently developing a project articulating how US policy-making demonstrates state-sanctioned racial and political violence encoded in the law for Indian Country and African-American communities.,” April Petillo, Northern Arizona University

Impact of Covid-19 on Native American Women., Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona

Effective Teaching in the Classroom ., Earlene Camarillo, Western Oregon University

Event Information

Event Date 04-13-2023 9:45 am
Location Wind Flower