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Welcome to American Indian Studies

AIS is a Graduate InterDisciplinary Program at the University of Arizona offering a Ph.D., M.A., J.D./M.A., and Graduate Certificates in Higher Education, Natural Resources Administration & Management, and Native Nation Building.  The Undergraduate Program is part of the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and offers a Major (B.A.) and Minor in AIS.

News

Kiera Ladner, a Fulbright scholar from Canada, has brought her international and interdisciplinary experience in indigenous politics to the Department of American Indian Studies as it marks the 35th anniversary of its groundbreaking graduate program.  
NEWSLETTER Great work students did over the summer interning at places like the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, the Department of the Interior, and the National Indian Gaming Commission. Our monthly newsletter highlights upcoming events and all the great work of our students, alumni, and faculty.   NALSA... read more

Announcements

Graduate Application Deadline: 1/15/18

DEADLINES

January 15th for admission in the following fall semester

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Call for Papers ResilienceCon 2018

Student travel awards available! Deadline to submit: 2/9/18

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Call for papers 2018 Western Social Science Association (WSSA)
The 2018 Western Social Science Association (WSSA) conference is upon us.  San Antonio is the host city, April 4-7.  The conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk. 
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American Indian Studies
University of Arizona
218 Harvill Building, 
1103 East 2nd Street, 
Tucson, AZ, 85721-0076

Mail:
Harvill Room 218
PO Box 210076
Tucson, AZ, 85721-0076

Phone: (520) 621-7108
FAX: (520) 621-7952
Email: aisp@email.arizona.edu

 

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