Fall Course Series

Indigenous Governance Fall Course Series

The Indigenous Governance Program (IGP) at the University of Arizona is pleased to announce its 2021 “Fall Course Series.” The series will feature two IGP courses, drawing from over two decades of research on the Indigenous governance conducted by the Native Nations Institute. Our curriculum is based on decades of on-the-ground research, analysis, and case studies by the people who literally wrote the book on Indigenous nation building.

Comparative Indigenous Governance

Stephen Cornell, PhD

ONLINE: September 9-11, 2021. 1:30-5:50pm (MST)

An examination of different systems of Indigenous governance with an emphasis on Indigenous peoples living in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States

Making Change Happen

Stephen Cornell, PhD & Miriam Jorgensen, PhD

ONLINE: November 18-20, 2021. 1:30-5:50pm (MST)

An exploration of ways to assess and prioritize Indigenous community needs with respect to nation building and uses case studies to explore how tribal governments work within legal constraints to serve their communities and assert their rights

Cost: $750/course
Financial Aid: Limited financial aid is available, along with volume discounts and cohort pricing. For volume discount pricing, please email IGP Program Manager Torivio Fodder.