Donal Carbaugh (University of Massachusetts Amherst), “Blackfeet Voices in Blackfeet Country (Glacier National Park)”

Brad Coombes (University of Auckland), “PERSONifying Indigenous Rights in Nature? – Treaty Settlement and Comanagement in Te Urewera National Park, Aotearoa/New Zealand.”

Julianne Cordero (Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation), "Tending to our Families: The Syuxtun Plant Mentorship Collective and the Return of Food and Medicine Sovereignty among the Coastal Chumash"

Boyd Cothran (York University), “Enclosing the Commons: Indigenous Peoples & National Parks in the Pacific Northwest, 1870 to 1970” 

Antonio Cuxil (Kaqchikel Maya community), “Indigenous People, Land, Jungle and National Parks”

Hanna Guttorm (University of Helsinki/ Sámi University of Applied Sciences), “Revitalizing the Connection with the Earth - in/through/with Sápmi”

John W. Janusek (Vanderbilt University), "Rights to Sites: Indigeneity, Nationalism, and Struggles over Cultural Patrimony in the Bolivian Altiplano"

Sami Lakomäki (University of Oulu), “Parks for What and for Whom? A Brief History of National Parks in Finland”

Janine Ledford (the Makah Cultural and Research Center), "Makah Traditional Territory and Resources - on Reservation and within  the Olympic National Park"

Lucas Artur Brasil Manchineri (Manchineri community) and Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen (University of Helsinki), "Beyond Borders: Territoriality of the Yine Manxinerune Hosha Hajene – an Amazonian Indigenous People in Voluntary Isolation"

Aslak Paltto (Sámi University of Applied Sciences), "Traditional Knowledge in Sámi Reindeerherding Clashes with Predator Preservation and State Laws in Finland"

Meaghan Peuramäki-Brown (Athabasca University), “People, Animals, Protected Spaces, and Archaeology: A Case Study in Collaboration from Belize, Central America”

Joshua L. Reid (University of Washington), “Beyond Dispossession: Indigenous Peoples & Nationally Protected Spaces of Nature”

Elsa Reimerson (Umeå University), “Sámi Space for Agency in Protected Area Discourses”

Teresa Romero (Coastal Band Of the Chumash Nation), “Collaboration - Paths to Land Restoration and Recovery”

Book of Abstracts