Distinguished American Indian Speaker's Series 2001

"Renewing Tribal Governments through Reconsidering Tribal Constitutions"


The American Indian Studies Program is pleased to sponsor the Distinguished American Indian Scholar Speaker's Series. Begun in November of 2000 with the lecture by Rebecca Tsosie (Executive Director of the Indian Legal Program at Arizona State University), the series brings leading American Indian scholars to campus for public lectures and workshops on topics of timely interest. 

On October 11th of 2001 we are proud to announce that Duane Champagne (Director of the American Indian Studies Program at UCLA) will be our lecturer. 

Renewing Tribal Governments through Reconsidering Tribal Constitutions

Time: 7:00 p.m. 

Location: Aurora-Horizon Room of the Commons 

Open and free to the public 

Additional information will be posted shortly. 

Also look for: 

Tutxinmepu Pow-Wow 

October 12 and 13th, 2001 on the University of Idaho, Moscow Campus, 

in the Kibbie Dome

Sponsored by the Native American Student Association 

For more information: tutxinmepu@yahoo.com 208-883-2800

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