NAISA Membership: Join or Renew
The University of Minnesota Press has formed a publishing partnership with the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA). NAISA is a professional organization dedicated to supporting scholars and others who work in the academic field of Native American and Indigenous studies. Founded in 2008, NAISA hosts the premier scholarly meeting in Native studies. The association has more than 900 members from over a dozen countries and scores of Indigenous nations and peoples. NAISA welcomes anyone working in the field to become a member and join in building the future of Native and Indigenous studies.
As part of our publishing partnership, the University of Minnesota Press has assumed responsibility for NAISA member services. Together, we have published an association journal, Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS), which began distribution in Spring 2014. NAISA members receive this journal as a benefit of membership.
Please join NAISA or renew your membership today by filling out the form below. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and double-check that you are filling out all fields accurately.
IF PAYING BY CREDIT CARD: Please note that this transaction will appear on your statement as "UMINNPRESSOL."
A QUICK NOTE ABOUT MEMBERSHIP: The membership calendar runs from January 1 to December 31 of each year. Membership in NAISA allows you privileges to post blogs, post job announcements, vote for Publications Prizes, and vote in regular and special elections. Please note that there is a lag time between signing up for membership and gaining member access to the NAISA website. Our records are updated once per week, with some exceptions.
If you are experiencing problems with this form, you may call Amy Smith at 1-612-301-1947 to register manually.
For more information about the organization or questions about the NAISA website or NAISA conference, visit the NAISA website.
Please note the institutional subscription rate is $100 per year in print or in digital form via JSTOR. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.