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This article was first published on Wednesday, June 1, 2022.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland this week hosted the annual Native American Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference 2022 – Regional Gathering, with the theme Indigenous Futures and Sustaining Liveliness.
NAISA is the largest scholarly organisation devoted to Critical Indigenous Studies, and the conference was an opportunity for academics and scholars who are studying or interested in Critical Indigenous Studies and related disciplines to engage with emerging and leading scholars.
Dr Summer May Finlay and Dr Tess Ryan live-tweeted the discussions for the Croakey Conference News Service and a selection of #NAISA22 tweets follows below. Check the Twitter stream for more tweets and also to access links.
To stay in touch, follow this Twitter list of NAISA participants.
Opening and day one, 30 May Day two, 31 May
Warm thanks to everyone who contributed to sharing the #NAISA22 news.
According to Symplur analytics, 223 Twitter accounts sent a total 1,928 tweets using the hashhtag, creating almost 20 million Twitter impressions during the period from 28 May to 1 June.