ASSOCIATION  FOR  THE  STUDY  OF
AMERICAN  INDIAN  LITERATURES

"The purpose of the organization shall be to promote study, criticism, and research on the oral traditions and written literatures of Native Americans; to promote the teaching of such traditions and literatures; and to support and encourage contemporary Native American writers and the continuity of Native oral traditions."

--ASAIL By-laws, 4 January 1991

 



SAIL Submission guidelines
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ASAIL Emerging Scholars Professional Development Fellowship
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American Indian Literatures course syllabi
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Teaching Native Literatures--Handouts and Lesson Plans

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Bibliography of
Indigenous Literature with a Queer/LGBT/Two-Spirit Sensibility
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Bibliography of
Intergenerational/Multigenerational (Transmission of) Trauma Studies
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Selected Bibliography on
American Indian Boarding Schools
and
Resistant Strategies of Indian Students at Indian Schools

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Bibliography of Resources in
Southeastern American Indian Literature
including
List of Tribes of the Southeast
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Bibliography of
Native Americans and War
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Bibliography of Resources that address
University Teaching Experiences by People of Color
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MLA Statements on
Native American Languages in the College and University Curriculum
and
Indigenous Languages of the World in the College and University Curriculum

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Native libraries requesting books
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VA Incorporation and Federal 501(c)(3) papers
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Treasurer's Reports, 1994-2010



    Contact: Robert Nelson