The 16th Navajo Studies Conference was held at the University of New Mexico (UNM) on November 1-4, 2006 in the Student Union Building (SUB). The conference is returning to the University of New Mexico 20 years after its inception at UNM in 1986. The Navajo Studies Conference is an international research conference held to promote Navajo Studies including the study of the Navajo language, culture, history and all aspects of Navajo life. The theme is In the Sacred Manner We Walk as Dine'. The four day conference is hosted by University Libraries' Indigenous Nations Library Program and the Navajo Studies Conference Inc.'
University of New Mexico Libraries. Indigenous Nations Library Program, the Navajo Studies Conference Inc.
Tsosie, Mary Alice. "Sixteenth Navajo Studies Conference: In the Sacred Manner We Walk as Diné." (2006). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/inlp_nsc2006/3