The Indigenous Studies Writing Group (ISWG) is a community of scholars, activists, students, and community members who get together 6-8 times per semester to share ideas and offer feedback on each other's work. The intention of ISWG is to establish an ongoing campus space where Indigenous scholars – and those who focus on Indigenous issues – can share ideas in an environment that truly recognizes Indigenous knowledge and its importance. Moreover, ISWG intends to be a non-competitive and dialogical space where Indigenous knowledge serves to decolonize the academy.
Fall 2016 meetings will take place in Baker Hall, room 155 at 12:00-1:30
Spring 2016 meetings will take place in Baker Hall, room 155 at 1:30-3:00.