|Abstracts and Panels||Conference Committee||Pre-Registration Form||Conference Poster||Chaffey Area Map||Chaffey Campus Map|
Abstracts should be 150 words describing the 20 minute paper that will be presented. A brief bio should accompany the abstract (including any tribal affiliation). Sending a recent picture and a thesis statement is optional and these may be printed in the conference program.
Early submission of abstracts will allow for effective planning of the conference and would therefore be greatly appreciated. Abstracts may be sent by either e-mail or regular mail. Abstracts should be submitted to Dr. LaMay E-mail, 909-941-2162 (message), Chaffey College, Department of English, 5885 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga CA 91737-2783.
Selected papers will be published in Studies In American Indian Literatures (S.A.I.L.), News from Native California, Tribal College, and American Indian Culture and Research Journal. All abstracts will be published in the conference program as well as at this web site by subject upon receipt.
|Art, Contemporary||Bev Ortiz, CSU Hayward|
|Art, Traditional||Bev Ortiz, CSU Hayward|
|Casino Issues||James Ramos, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians|
|Education||Jim Lamenti, D-Q University||
|Health||Cliff Trafzer, Ph.D., UC Riverside|
|History||Larry Sunderland, Four Directions Institute
|Linguistics||Leanne Hinton, Ph.D., UC Berkeley|
|Literatures||Julie LaMay, Ph.D., Chaffey College
|Mission Indian Federation||Debbie Dozier, Ph.D., Palomar College|
|Museums||Lori Sisquoc, Sherman Indian High School|
|Music||Paul Apodaca, Ph.D., Chapman Univ.|
|Publishing||John and Dave||Ricoh|
|Sociology||Linda Locklear, Palomar College|
|Storytelling||Ernest Siva, UCLA||California Indian StoryTelling Association|
|Urban Issues||Jim Fenelon, Ph.D., CSU San Bernardino|
|Women's Issues||Jana Norton, ABD, Saybrook Graduate School|