National Fellows Webinar
This event is free to registerees.
11:00am PT / 12:00pm MT / 1:00pm CT / 2:00pm ET
Featured Keynote: “”Cooperation Without Submission: Coordinating Native and Non-Native Governmental Powers and Authorities at the Tribal, National, and International Levels” with:
- Justin B. Richland – ABF Faculty Fellow; Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Irvine; Associate Justice, Hopi Appellate Court
- Kristen A. Carpenter – Council Tree Professor of Law and Director of the American Indian Law Program, University of Colorado Law School
- Patricia Sekaquaptewa – Assistant Professor, Native Studies and Rural Development, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Associate Justice, Hopi Appellate Court
Join the ABF for a panel discussion on the engagement between indigenous and non-indigenous governmental institutions. This presentation will give a broad perspective of how the principles of indigenous sovereignty and self-determination are invoked, enacted and negotiated in the everyday practices of Native Nation governance. Professors Richland, Carpenter and Sekaquaptewa will further discuss Native Nation interactions with Non-Native National and International governing bodies and instruments.