About the Center
The Center for Native American and Indigenous Research was established in 2017 and is situated in Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.
The Center for Native American and Indigenous Research is Northwestern University’s primary institutional space dedicated to advancing scholarship, teaching, learning, and artistic or cultural practices related to Native American and Indigenous communities, priorities, histories, and lifeways.
VISION AND GOALS
The Center operates as a hub for multi-disciplinary, collaborative work informed by and responsive to Native American and Indigenous nations, communities, and organizations. We foster an innovative and Indigenous-centered intellectual space that is open to multiple modes of engagement for faculty, students, staff, and community members. The Center commits to developing and promoting reciprocal and sovereignty-affirming relationships and partnerships with Native American and Indigenous communities.
The Center acknowledges the Indigenous peoples of the lands on which Northwestern University sits, as well as the University’s historical relationship with the Cheyenne and Arapaho.
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