American Sociological Association

Sociology of Indigenous Peoples and Native Nations (Section-in-Formation)

The Indigenous Peoples and Native Nations Section is the first section in the 115 years of the American Sociological Association that provides an official space for scholarship on Indigenous sociology. The purpose of the section is to encourage and promote research with, by and for Indigenous peoples, as well as the teaching of issues relating to Indigenous Peoples and Native Nations.  Any member of the American Sociological Association who share these research or teaching interests is encouraged to become a member of this section.

 

 

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Chair: Angela Ann Gonzales, Arizona State University , term ends 2022
Chair: Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear, University of Arizona , term ends 2022
Section Secretary/Treasurer: Kari Marie Norgaard, University of Oregon , term ends 2022
Student Representative: Carmela Marie Roybal, University of New Mexico , term ends 2022

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