Indigenous Studies Seminar Series
Together with the Indigenous Studies research network, CEMFOR is organizing a series of seminars on topics related to colonialism, indigeneity and race biology. The seminnar series is a continuation of the Digital Memorial Day 100 Years in the Shadow of the Institute for Racial Biology.
Contact: May-Britt Öhman
Kim TallBear "Caretaking Relations, Not American Dreaming"
4 May 2022, 15.30–17.15
Room: Engelska parken 22-1017
Kim TallBear, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience, and Society at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Native Studies.
Discussant: Eva Forsgren, the Sámi Association in Uppsala.
More info: https://cemfor.uu.se/kalendarium/evenemanget/?eventId=71098
Let´s go to Nokom’s – grandma’s house - Revitalizing Indigenous Lands and Cultures in a Time of Reconciliation: Conversations with Canada
4 May 2022, 15.15-17.15
Kim Anderson, associate professor in History, Cree/Métis; Diana Lewis, PhD, Mi'kmaw of Sipekne’katik First Nation, Nova Scotia; Cara Wehkamp, PhD in Environmental Biology, Algonquin Anishinàbe; Sarina Perchak, master student, and students of University of Guelph, Ontario, Kanada.
Discussant: Kaisa Huuva, PhD Student Sámi studies, Dept of Language Studies, Umeå University
More info: https://cemfor.uu.se/calendar/event/?eventId=71270
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