Call for Papers: AALS Indian Nations & Indigenous Peoples Section

March 30, 2015 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

The Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples Section of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) invites paper proposals to be presented for its program of the Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples and the Law and Anthropology Section to be held on January 6-10, 2016. Papers should be on the following topic. How do Indian Tribes, First Nations, and other Indigenous Peoples regulate same-sex marriage, same-sex relationships, and adoption and foster parenting by same-sex couples and LGBT individuals? What role does evidence of Tribal culture and tradition, if any, play in these decisions? Additionally, what are the processes by which Tribes change their laws with respect to same-sex relationships?

To submit a proposal, e-mail a 500-1000 words summary to Michalyn Steele at by September 1, 2015.

For more information, go here.

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