, NNI faculty chair
presented the 2010 Narrm Oration, "Indigenous Nation Re-Building Renaissance: Lessons about Leadership, Governance and Resiliency of Native North America
" at the Murrup Barak Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development at the University of Melbourne (November 11).
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_________________________________________________________________ STEPHEN CORNELL
, Udall Center director
delivered an invited talk, "Changes in Tribal Per Capita Distribution Policies
," at the 8th Annual Northwest Gaming Law Summit in Seattle (December 3) and was featured in the Distinguished Speaker Series of the UA Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, where he spoke on "Reconstituting Native Nations: Colonial Boundaries and Institutional Innovation in the U.S., Canada, and Australia
" (November 19).
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, NNI research director
spoke at the Center for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at the Australian National University in Canberra on "Indigenous Private Property Rights in Land: Comments on the Conversation in North America
" (November 5).
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, NNI senior researcher
presented a talk, "Tribal Community Management of Health Care: What Are the Lessons?
" on behalf of co-authors Stephen Cornell and Miriam Jorgensen at the American Public Health Association annual conference in Denver in November.
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__________________________________________________________________Robert Varady (second from right) served as General Rapporteur of the ISARM 2010 (Internationally Shared Aquifer Resources Management) conference organized by the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme in Paris.ROBERT VARADY
, Udall Center deputy director
was General Rapporteur for the ISARM 2010 (Internationally Shared Aquifer Resources Management) conference in Paris and presented the talk (on behalf of his co-authors, Christopher Scott
, Udall Center associate research professor of water resources policy, and Sharon Megdal
, director of the UA Water Resources Research Center), "Transboundary Aquifer Institutions, Policies, and Governance: A Preliminary Inquiry
" (December 7).
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, Udall Center research analyst
co-authored a research article and a report recently:
In "Methods of Violence: Researcher Safety and Adaptability in Times of Conflict
," which appears in the Winter 2011 issue of Practicing Anthropology
(33-1: 33-37), Vandervoet and co-authors Jeremy Slack
(a former graduate research associate at the Udall Center and a doctoral student in the School of Geography and Development) and Daniel Martinez
(a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology) discuss their experiences of field research along the U.S.-Mexico border.
> Methods of Violence
Vandervoet is one of 17 co-authors (including Andrea Prichard
, a Udall Center graduate research associate and a doctoral student in the School of Geography and Development) of a U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report, Nogales Flood Detention Study
, that looks at the flood-detention features developed in tributaries that feed rainfall into the Nogales Wash along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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