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Conference

June 13 - 15, 2013

Saskatoon, SK
Canada

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Registration

UPDATE (June 6th, 2013):

Please remember to register before coming to the conference. You must REGISTER for the Conference in order to attend. Registration will be available once you arrive but we want to try and make this process as efficient as possible, so if you can, please register beforehand!

At-Conference Registration will take place beside the registration package pick up in Upper Place Riel. Payment by Mastercard or Visa only.

Please e-mail allison.piche@usask.ca if you have any questions or trouble with the registration site.

All fees are in Canadian dollars (CAD). If you are paying by certified cheque or money order please ensure funds are in CAD and Canadian taxes (GST/PST) have been added. These will be calculated for you through the registration site and included in the total cost of registration before proceeding to the payment option page.

All fees have been converted to Canadian dollars (CAD) on the registration website. These fees are equivalent to those listed in American dollars (USD) on this website. The payment will automatically be converted to whatever your home currency is for the transaction.

  • General Sales Tax - GST (5%) is charged on all purchases.
  • Provincial Sales Tax - PST (5%) is charged on tours, the Halfbreed ball and t-shirts.

Exhibition is SOLD OUT

You must REGISTER for the Conference in order to attend. You must also be a member of NAISA in order to appear on the Program, as a paper presenter, or participant in a panel, roundtable, or film screening. If your name is in the Progam, you must Register and sign up for NAISA membership. Register here. For NAISA membership, go to naisa.org or go directly to the University of Minnesota Press website.

Program information will only be accessible to those who have registered and received their login information. With conference registration you will receive access to program information, program updates, and be able to book meetings in advance of and during the conference. Additionally, you will have access to Wi-Fi and Printing services on campus.

Cancellations of paid registrations received before midnight April 30, 2013: full refund less $35.00 handling fee.

Registrations cancelled after the deadline - no refund.

Regular Registration

Regular Registration, NAISA Member
USD $185.00, CAD $189.77
After deadline: USD $210.00, CAD $215.42

Regular Registration, non-Member
USD $210.00, CAD $215.42
After deadline: USD $235, CAD $241.06

Student/Community Member/Retired, NAISA Member
USD $90.00, CAD $92.32
After deadline: USD $100.00, CAD $
Students include undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral fellows.

Student/Community Member/Retired, non-Member
USD $100.00, CAD $102.58
After deadline: USD $110,00 CAD $112.84
Students include undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral fellows.

Exhibition Registration

Please register by choosing the following options. All options except for ‘Display Stand’ come with one conference registration included. Please provide the information – name, affiliation, etc. for the individual you are sending to staff your booth on the first page. If you are sending additional staff to the conference please register these individuals under the category of Exhibition – conference registration only. This will help us delineate groups/affiliation when it comes time for at-conference registration.

Standard Exhibitor Booths, Small Press Tables, Display Tables will be located in the Arts Tunnel (between Lower Place Riel and the Arts building). This space will be secured in the evening and staffed by overnight security.

Programs Booths will be located in the open area of Upper Place Riel and no overnight security will be provided in this section. Please do not leave behind anything you do not wish to be taken by attendees and others passing by.

NOTE: For those with smaller display tables not requiring drayage (shipping) services, you must bring your display materials to the Arts Tunnel. There is no parking available for drop off and these materials must be carried to the venue. However, you may park in Parking Lot #1 or use public transportation and access the Arts Tunnel via Place Riel.

  • Exhibitor move-in: June 12, 2013, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Show opens: June 13, 2013, at 8:00 AM
  • Show closes/Exhibitor move-out: June 15, 2013, at 5:00 PM

Please note that booths/tables are on a first come first served basis.

Exhibition – University Native Studies Program Booth
USD $400.00, CAD $410.32

Programs Booth: $400 Included with each 8’ x 8’ booth package is: 8’ high x 8’ wide back wall and 4’ high side drape, Two (2) 6’ skirted tables (uniform in color), Two (2) folding chairs, One (1) wastebasket with liner, and One registration to NAISA Annual Meeting (value of $185). Please note that no overnight security will be provided for this booth. The programs booths will be in an open area for the duration of the conference and no security will be provided in this section. Please do not leave behind anything you do not wish to be taken by attendees and others passing by.

Exhibition – University Press or Publisher Booth
USD $400.00, CAD $410.32

University Press or Publisher Booth: $400 Included with each 6’ x 8’ booth package is: 4’ high x 8’ wide back wall and 4’ high side drape, Two (2) 6’ skirted tables (uniform in color), Two (2) folding chairs, One (1) wastebasket with liner, and One registration to NAISA Annual Meeting (value of $185). Height restrictions within the Standard Exhibitor Booth section do not allow for an 8’ high back wall. This area will be closed off and staffed by security once the exhibition closes each day.

Exhibition – Small Press Table
USD $250.00, CAD $256.45

Small Press Table: $250 Includes one 6’ table and 2 chairs and 1 wastebasket. One registration to NAISA Annual Meeting (value of $185).

Exhibition – Display Stand
USD $100.00, CAD $102.58

Display Table: $100 Includes one 6’ table and 2 chairs and 1 wastebasket. No meeting registration; booth will be staffed by volunteers. Table is for display purposes only, no sales.

Exhibition – Conference Registration Only
USD $185.00, CAD $189.77

Option for publisher, programs, etc. who are sending more than one staff member to staff their booth or table. Please include same affiliation as booth/table staff member.

Advertising

Advertising payments will be made through the online registration site. Please e-mail vector files of advertisements to naisa.2013@usask.ca

If you are including inserts for the registration packages these need to be mailed to the Department of Native Studies no later than May 1st 2013.

Department of Native Studies
142 Kirk Hall, University of Saskatchewan
117 Science Place, Saskatoon, SK
Canada, S7N 5C8

NAISA TAX-ID 80-0419427.

Please note that advertising cannot be guaranteed without payment.

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION, PAYMENT, AND ADVERTISEMENT SUBMISSION: APRIL 1, 2013 (11:59PM CST)

If you have any questions, please contact:

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Meeting
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - Saturday, June 15 , 2013
Department of Native Studies
142 Kirk Hall, University of Saskatchewan
117 Science Place, Saskatoon, SK
Canada, S7N 5C8
naisa.2013@usask.ca

Thank you.

NAISA Donations

As a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, NAISA can accept tax-deductible donations from those who want to support our work beyond paying membership dues or registering for our annual meeting.

Donations allow the NAISA Council to keep membership dues low and also to work on initiatives that would otherwise have to wait until we have attained more financial maturity. For instance, the Council is interested in providing travel funds for graduate students and others for whom getting to the annual meeting is prohibitive.

Donations for Abya Yala Scholars

Donate to registration/travel funds to Abya Yala scholars/working group.
The Abya Yala Fund provides travel support for indigenous scholars residing in Latin America. The Abya Yala Working Group is dedicated to bridging Native South and NAISA by facilitating travel, logistics, and translations for Abya Yala scholars, and proposing a future NAISA meeting in Latin America.


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