May 10-12, 2022
The 2022 National Traditional Ecological Knowledge Summit is scheduled for May 10-12, 2022. The Summit is a student-led and student-organized conference, originally planned for Spring of 2021 and subsequently postponed until 2022 as a result of Covid-19. This conference will be held entirely virtually to maximize attendance numbers, and the conference is free for all participants.
The Summit will create space for a large audience of Indigenous peoples, representatives from various Tribal Nations, Indigenous and allied scholars, and much more.
The Summit will provide an opportunity for folks around the nation (centering Indigenous attendees) to learn from Indigenous Knowledge holders, Elders, and scholars in a respectful platform. It will additionally be an opportunity to celebrate and hold space within our communities for Indigenous music, ceremony, and Indigenous epistemologies (knowledges), and ontologies (ways of being).
A list of our financial sponsors will be added to this page soon.
See below for registration link and our open calls for abstracts. Stay tuned for the conference schedule!
2022 Summit Planning Team: Lara A. Jacobs, Julia Rankin, Gavi Mallory, Jessie Thoreson, Richard Oliver Austin-Castillo, & Todd West
2021 Summit Planning Team (cancelled due to COVID-19): Lara A. Jacobs, Julia Rankin, Skye Greenler, & Edith Mari
Contact us at TEKATOSU@gmail.com
Registration opens on Monday, March 14, 2022.
Please complete our registration form at the following link: https://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0eSV9LFRJR34XVI
Summit registrants have the option to enter a contest to win one of three prizes. Please see the rules and regulations about the contest below.
Summit Schedule (A more detailed schedule with detailed information about each session and access links has been sent out to the folks who have registered!)