Patricia Anne Davis Speaking on a panel at the 20th Navajo Studies Conference in Flagstaff, AZ on May 28th

20th Navajo Studies Conference

PRE-CONFERENCE on Diné Language Revitalization
Yideeską́ą́góó Dinék’eh Nitsáhákees, Éé’deetįįh, dóó%Hódzą’ Bee Ániit’éedoo

UA FlagstaffNavajo knowledge and experiences for our future
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Thursday, May 28, 2015  1:00@5:00 pm

Three workshops will be offered pertaining to Diné language revitalization efforts, teaching methods, related technology, and more.

Pre registration is required to participate in this event

Thanks to the support of the Lannan Foundation, the registration fee for the Pre Conference has been reduced to only $25!!

The Navajo Studies Conference began at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque in 1986 where non-Navajo scholars, led by co-founders Charlotte Frisbie and David Brugge, sought a forum to collate and disseminate some of the information they had gathered over decades of study of Navajo culture and history. They recognized that much of this information was relevant and significant to the future of the Navajo Nation.

Registration is $25 per person and is a separate fee from the conference.

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