Poster Session Contest & Welcome Reception
Thursday, March 6, 2014
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Hotel Angeleno, West Restaurant and Lounge
Click here to find more about the Poster Session Contest. Hosted by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
Check out the posters below. Do not distribute without permission of the author.
- Is the House Winning?: Exploring the Impact of Indian Gaming
presented by Thaddieus Conner, Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University
- Diné Good Governance and Traditional Leadership Framework
presented by Amber Crotty, Director, Diné Policy Institute, (Winner)
- Political Participation and Allocating Resources: An Example from Two Native Nations and Per Capita Payments
presented by Selena Crowley, UCLA American Indian Studies Interdepartmental Program, and Columbia University Department of Political Science
*The project and analysis was conducted at UCLA, while the data, survey and funding was under Columbia University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
- Reservation Empire: The Mission Indian Federation and Native American Conservatism
presented by T. Robert Przeklasa, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, University of California, Riverside
- Self-Determination and American Indian Health Care: The Shift to Tribal Control
presented by Stephanie Carroll Rainie, M.P.H., Manager, Tribal Health Program and Senior Researcher, Native Nations Institute
- Gender and Employment in U.S. Native Nations:1990-2000
presented by Jennifer Schultz, Ph.D. Senior Researcher, Native Nations Institute
- Tribal Sovereign Immunity: A Tool for Strengthening Courts and Economies presented by Ryan Seelau, S.J.D., J.D. Former Senior Researcher, Native Nations Institute
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