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Organizing the Material So Far (Native North American Studies and AFS)

The posts on the presence and absence of Native North American and First Nations studies within the work of the AFS were done in a non-sequential way. Several more chunks remain to be done, but here is a historically sequenced listing of the posts completed as of November 2, 2020.

The 1880s and 1890s (both annual meetings and JAF) were discussed in this post from October 29, 2020.

[The meetings and JAF for the 1900s need to be done.]

The 1910s (both annual meetings and JAF) were discussed in this post from October 23, 2020.

The 1920s (both annual meetings and JAF) were discussed in this post from October 20, 2020.

The annual meetings of the 1930s were discussed in this post from October 20, 2020.

JAF in the 1930s was discussed in this post from October 20, 2020.

The annual meetings of the 1940s were discussed in this post from October 17, 2020.

JAF in the 1940s was discussed in this post from October 23, 2020.

The annual meetings of the 1950s were discussed in this post from October 16, 2020. This is the first post in the series.

JAF in the 1950s was discussed in this post from October 25, 2020.

The annual meetings of the 1960s were discussed in this post from October 19, 2020.

JAF in the 1960s was discussed in this post from October 26, 2020.

The status of Native North American studies among the initial (ca. 1960) group of AFS Fellows was discussed in this post from October 17, 2020.

The 1970s (both annual meetings and JAF were discussed in this post from October 26, 2020.

[The meetings for the 1980 and 1990s need to be done.]

JAF in the 1980s and 1990s was discussed in this post from October 29, 2020.

[The meetings for the 2000s and 2010s need to be done.]

JAF in the 2000s and 2010s was discussed in this post from October 29, 2020.

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