American Indian Studies
Native - Related Courses at Northwestern University
The new website is your home for all events, news updates, institutional history, courses listings and contact information for everything related to the Native American Inclusion initiative at Northwestern University.
As of September, 2016, the website below will no longer be maintained.
at Northwestern University related to American Indian issues
as well as information about local organizations, museums, and events.
Chicago Event calendar - at Chicago T7Kids
American Indian Center of Chicago on Facebook -see especially "upcoming events"
One Book One Northwestern - events throughout the year
NU Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance
For Native and other interested students
(formed in 2011-2012)
Faculty advisor: Doug Medin
For more information contact
Wilson Smith and Forrest Bruce (NAISA Co-Presidents) at
See (and sign) the NAISA petition regarding the use of
John Evans' name at NU
(Petition issued November, 2015)
Colloquium on Indigeneity and Native American Studies
The Graduate School
Maple Tapping, 2015
NorthbyNorthwestern (Kristin Mathuny)
Piecing Together: The American Indian Center of Chicago
and Northwestern's New Maple Tree Tapping Partnership
Vocalo Storytellers' Workshop in Chicago
The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King
Learn about Northwestern's research on the Sand Creek Massacre by the
and about next steps by the Native American Outreach and Inclusion Task Force
Read the Outreach and Inclusion Task Force report issued November 17, 2014, HERE
Provost's Office status report, February 11, 2015 HERE
Find out about community events and the American Indian community in Chicago by
Visit the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston.
See the Newberry Library's D'Arcy McNickle Center for Indigenous Studies webpage
Be sure to check Related Courses before registering for next quarter
updated - 2-22-16