As part of the newly established Indigenous Studies Program, the annual Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series invites a leader within the Indigenous community to spend a week at McGill to share their scholarship, work, or advocacy. This year, it is with great honour that the Indigenous Studies Program welcomes Lee Maracle as the 2017 Indigenous Knowledge Holder.
Open Forum - Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education
Lecture: “From ‘nothing but a pasenger [sic]’ to Canadian Hero: Paul Kane's ‘Authorship’ of Wanderings of an Artist (1859)”
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).
Dr. Karen Bridget Murray - "The Shubenacadie Residential School and the Dream of Modern Statehood” Eakin Lecture Fall 2016
The Shubenacadie Residential School and the Dream of Modern Statehood
Dr. Tim Raybould - "Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People: Opportunities and Challenges”
On September 22, Dr.
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 documentary, "the Pass System". The screening will be
Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Time: From 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: MISC, 3463 Peel Street, 2nd Floor
2014 Eakin Lecture - Discussing Indigenous Agency - with Professors Cheryl Suzack (2014 Eakin Fellow) and special guest N. Bruce Duthu
Professor Cheryl Suzack, (Batchewana First Nations), Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto, 2014 Visiting Eakin Fellow
"Reparatory Justice, Human Rights, and Indigenous Feminisms"