Indigenous Studies

Friday, November 17th: "Early French Tortuga, 1630-1665: The Native American Contribution" by Arne Bialuschewski (Trent)

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Arne Bialuschewski teaches Atlantic History at Trent University. He has published extensively on cross-cultural relations involving non-state actors such as pirates and slave traders in the late...

"Two-Spirit Artists, Activism, and Healing", a presentation by Albert McLeod

7Nov201716:00
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This presentation will explore the work of various Two-Spirit artists, writers and photographers who contributed their artistic vision to the indigenous LGBT liberation/rights movement.

Indigenous Studies Program to feature new academic staff

Published: 22Aug2017

It is with great excitement that the Indigenous Studies Program welcomes Dr. Heidi Senungetuk and Ms. Gabrielle Doreen to the Program. ...

Beginning of 2017 Fall Term Event

7Sep201712:00
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The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada is pleased to announce a "Beginning of Fall Term" event to kick off the 2017 academic year.

Lecture: “From ‘nothing but a pasenger [sic]’ to Canadian Hero: Paul Kane's ‘Authorship’ of Wanderings of an Artist (1859)”

19Oct201616:00
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All are invited to attend a compelling lecture on Paul Kane’s Wanderings of an Artist (1859), delivered by Emeritus Professor Ian MacLaren (University of Alberta). /libraryCategory: Faculty of Arts...

Indigenous Studies Program presents a free screening of "the Pass System"

19Sep201618:00
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The Indigenous Studies program, in partnership with SEDE, First Peoples' House, the Department of History and the Faculty of Law, presents a free screening of director Alex William's acclaimed...

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