Call for Papers
The 15th annual California Indian Conference will be held at Chaffey College in Rancho
Cucamonga, California on October 14-15, 2000. The California
Indian Conference is an annual gathering for the exchange of views and information among academics, American Indians,
students, and other community members. Any topic reflecting humanistic, scientific, social, literary, or historical
concern with alifornia Indian people and their heritage is welcome. Past topics have included literatures, and
Anyone interested in giving a paper or making a presentation should send an abstract of 150 words to Dr. LaMay
at the address below by September 1, 2000. Abstracts
received after this date will be considered only if space is available on the program. Please be sure to include
an address, e-mail address, and phone number and state if you are available both days. Inquiries are welcome as
We are pleased to announce that selected papers may be considered for later publication in several journals. You
may wan to keep this in mind as you conceptualize your presentations.
Admission to the conference will be $30.00 for all persons attending. Special conference airfare, rental car, hotel
rates and other benefits available.
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Abstracts should be submitted to California Indian Conference, Registration or Abstract, Dr. LaMay ( E-mail) ,
909-941-2162 (message), Department of English, 5885 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga CA 91737-2783). Selected papers
will be published by Studies in American Indian Literatures (S.A.I.L), News from Native California, Tribal College,
and American Indian Culture and Research Journal.
Click on News for the latest on the conference as well as the links listed below.
Abstracts Conference Committee Pre-Registration Form Conference Poster: Check out our home page at: http://www.drlamay.com
"Truth and Lies,"
A new exhibit of multicultural artists, will open
Friday, August 11th at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, CA.
Each artist exposes the truths about-and-behind lies which have been perpetuated for generations.
Featured Native American Artists are:
George Longfish (Seneca/Tuscarora) - mixed media on canvas; large scale
Sandy Osawa (Spokane) - "On & Off the Rez" documentary profiling Charlie Hill
Rabbett Strickland (Ojibwe) - oils on canvas; large scale
David Yohn - multimedia/video installation
Diane Way - computer rendered photography and art, and projected images
Please join us in support of this exciting and courageous exhibit:
Reception Tuesday, August 15, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Exhibit run: August 11 - October 15, 2000
Triton Museum of Art
1505 Warburton Avenue
Santa Clara, CA
Museum hours: Tuesday, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Wednesday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Minnesota Indian Mental Health Conference 2000
"Walking in Harmony Towards Wellness"
Mark your calendars and reserve your room for the upcoming State Indian Mental Health
Conference being held at the
Fortune Bay Resort and Casino
September 6, 7, & 8, 2000
Don Coyhis, Dr. Raymond Sampson, Debra Westenberger, Dr.Sandra Parson, Cecelia Firethunder
Other Events include:
Break out sessions, cookout, lake cruises, mini powwow, Talking Circles
To register for rooms please call Fortune Bay Resort and Casino at 1 800 555-1714
or Super 8 in Ely, Mn. 1 800-800-8000
Or Holiday Inn in Ely 1 800-365-5070
For more information contact Frank Connor at 218 757-0111
Northern Plains Regional Indian Diabetes Conference
Healthy Paths to Native Lifestyles
August 29 & 30, 2000
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Prior Lake, Minnesota
Registration is FREE
Advance registration required.
For Native American Living with Diabetes
Joint Event sponsorship courtesy of:
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community
Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe and the
Association on American Indian Affairs
For more information:
SMSC Health Department 952-496-6150
The University of Nevada, Reno is presenting a two and a half day course,
“Consulting with Native American Groups,”
September 12-14, 2000 in Seattle,
Space is limited Register today!
Federal law and rules mandate various levels of consultation with affected or potentially affected parties when
significant heritage resources are threatened by either federal or state projects. The course is for both tribal
and non-tribal groups with whom governmental officials must consult. Tribal sovereignty, laws, internal procedures
and traditional concerns may conflict with non-Indian expectations. Learn how to create a constructive consultation
environment and how to facilitate effective cross-cultural communication.
Instructors: Joe Watkins and Leonard Forsman
Date: September 12-14, 2000
8:30 am - 5:00 pm Tue. & Wed., 8:30 am to noon on Thurs.
Course Fee: $495, includes instruction, materials & refreshments
Location: Doubletree Hotel Seattle Airport
Questions and registration:
For course location, registration and information contact Crystal Metzenheim at:
University of Nevada, Reno
College of Extended Studies
Continuing and Distance Education/048
Heritage Resources Management Program
Reno, NV 89557
Ph (775) 784-4046 or toll free (800) 233-8928
The National Intertribal Tax Organization
presents the 2000 Intertribal Tax Conference
The National Intertribal Tax Organization presents the 2000 Intertribal Tax Conference
October 18-20, 2000 at the Double Tree Hotel at Warren
Place in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Early registration cost is $250 per person or $225 for groups of 3 or
more registering at the same time recieved by October 6, 2000.
General session will include topics such as Tribal Taxation and Sovereignty,
Recent Legislative Developements, Economic Impact of State and Tribal Tax Agreements also, Vehicle Registration
and Privilege-Gas Tax. The schedule will also include breakout sessions on Gaming, Utilities and Right of Way Taxes,
Setting up Tax Codes and Auditing and Compliance.
Make your reservations now by calling (918) 495-1000. Mention the NITO
when making reservations to recieve the special discounted rate.
For questions please call Mary or Crystal at (918) 287-4166 or by Email
at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com