NATIVE HISTORIANS’ COLLEGE
American Indian History by American Indian Scholars
Meeting during the Annual Conference of the
Western History Association
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at Union Station
NO REGISTRATION FEE
Moderator: Donna L. Akers, University of Nebraska
Lomayumtewa Ishii, Northern Arizona University, "Historical Authoritativeness and the Creation of New Historical Narratives"
Eric Tippeconnic, University of New Mexico, “An Indigenous Perspective of Columbus Day”
Donald A. Grinde, State University of New York at Buffalo, "Native American Identities and History"
Jennifer Nez Denetdale, University of New Mexico, "Embracing the "F" Word: Native Women, Gender, and Feminisms"
Overview and Discussion, Susan A. Miller, Arizona State University; Drucilla Wall, University of Missouri-St. Louis; and the audience
Program organized by Susan A. Miller, Arizona State University; Jennifer Nez Denetdale, University of New Mexico;
Drucilla Wall, University of Missouri-St. Louis
We thank the Western History Association for their support.
Arizona State University
University of New Mexico
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