Death of a Canadian: The Corrosive Impacts of Authenticity

Wednesday, May 22, 2024 16:00to17:30

Join MISC for the 2023-2024 BMP Lecture, “Death of a Canadian: The Corrosive Impacts of Authenticity” to be given by Christopher Kirkey, Director, Center for the Study of Canada & Institute on...

Public Talk with Brandon Mitchell, Mi'kmaq Graphic Artist and Published Author

Thursday, November 23, 2023 17:30to19:00

Public Talk with Brandon Mitchell, Mi'kmaq Graphic Artist and Published Author,  November 23rd, 5:30-7:00 pm, Arts W-120, 853 Sherbrooke O.  /indigenous-studiesCategory: Indigenous-focused...

Rathlyn Fellowships awarded to graduate students in Education and Law

Published: 17 June 2023

Wahéhshon Whitebean and Cheyenne Neszo have been named recipients of Rathlyn Fellowships. Awarded annually through the Indigenous Studies Program at McGill, Rathlyn Fellowships support Indigenous...

Elizabeth Elbourne's book launch- Empire ,Kinship and Violence: Family Histories, Indigenous Rights and the making of Settler Colonialism (1770-1842)

Tuesday, April 18, 2023 17:00to19:00

There will be a book launch for Elizabeth Elbourne. Her book is titled, Empire, Kinship and Violence: Family Histories, Indigenous Rights and the Making of Settler Colonialism, (1770-1842). 3485...

The Importance of Indigenous Spirituality

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 17:00to19:00

Dr Blair Stonechild is a professor of Indigenous Studies at First Nations University in Regina, Sask.Moot Court, New Chancellor Day Hall, 3644 Peel St, Montreal, QC, CA/indigenous-studiesCategory:...

My Life As An Avatar

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 17:30to19:30

Skawennati will show some of her work from the last twenty-ish years while discussing Indigenous futurism, storytelling through machinima and video games, her relationship with her avatar and how...

Beading Circle with Skawennati

Friday, March 29, 2019 12:00to15:00

Join us at 3463 Peel for a beading circle with Skawennati, though primarily known for her electronic and futuristic work, Skawennati is also a wonderful beader!...

Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series 2019

Published: 28 February 2019

We are honoured to announce that Skawennati will serve as our Indigenous Knowledge Holder for 2019. Kahnawake-born artist Skawennati makes work that addresses history, the future, and change from...

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