WELCOME TO

NAISA Conference 2022 - Regional Gathering, Brisbane

29-31 May 2022
Brisbane, Australia

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Image courtesy of Colin Adland
Artwork by Casey Coolwell and Kyra Mancktelow*

The Brisbane River element from A Guidance Through Time by Quandamooka artists, Casey Coolwell and Kyra Mancktelow. The River element represents UQ’s pursuit of excellence, its locations along the River, especially St Lucia, and the River’s ebb and flow depicts the movement of Reconciliation at UQ.

WELCOME TO THE

NAISA Conference 2022

May 30-31, 2022
Brisbane, Australia

  Register    Call for papers

NAISA logo

Image courtesy of Colin Adland

The University of Queensland (UQ) is proud to host the annual Native American Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference 2022 - Regional Gathering, Brisbane, with the theme Indigenous Futures and Sustaining Liveliness.

NAISA is the largest scholarly organisation devoted to Critical Indigenous Studies. NAISA Conference 2022 is an opportunity for academics and scholars who are studying or interested in Critical Indigenous Studies and related disciplines to engage with emerging and leading scholars. 

A welcome event will be held on the evening of 29 May with the conference proceeding from 30 to 31 May at UQ's Customs House in Meanjin (Brisbane)

The conference celebrates Critical Indigenous Studies as a necessary inclusion to the academy for both domestic and global purposes. 

We look forward to welcoming you in-person or online to the NAISA Conference 2022 - Regional Gathering, Brisbane.

*The Brisbane River element from A Guidance Through Time by Quandamooka artists, Casey Coolwell and Kyra Mancktelow. The River element represents UQ’s pursuit of excellence, its locations along the River, especially St Lucia, and the River’s ebb and flow depicts the movement of Reconciliation at UQ.

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If you have any questions, contact us at naisa@uq.edu.au.



UQ acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which UQ is situated. — Reconciliation statement