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INAS & YOUR FUTURE

 

Student Experience, Career Paths & Resources

"INAS challenged me to consider the relationship between Indigenous research methodologies and values and my own place within the academy. By giving me a safe space to engage with these larger questions, INAS helped me develop the research agenda and teaching philosophy that inform my ongoing work."Miriam Brown Spiers

Miriam Brown Spiers, Associate Professor of English and American Studies, Kennesaw State University. 
Miriam's first book, Encountering the Sovereign Other: Indigenous Science Fiction was published by Michigan State University Press in 2021.

 

Student Resources

American Indian Graduate Center Native Forward Scholars Fund

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Native American Jobs

Native Web Resources - Native Economy & Employment

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

NAFOA

UGA Native American Students Association

Society for American Archaeology Native American Scholarships Fund

"I wanted the certificate because I knew I would be competing for jobs in a crowded field of talented scholars. The certificate allowed me to distinguish myself by marketing my ability to teach Native American Studies courses in addition to traditional history courses." 

Joshua S. Haynes, Assistant Professor of History at Sam Houston State University.

Joshua's first book, Patrolling the Border: Theft & Violence on the Creek-Georgia Frontier, 1770-1806 was published in 2018 by UGA Press.

 

Academic Job Listings 2022-2023

UC Davis Department of Native American Studies Assistant Professor TT Indigenous Literature & Literary Studies

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