Indigenous Ways of Knowing, and Why Researchers Should Listen
Event DetailsTuesday, May 10, 2016
Admission is free, to register visit eventbrite.ca/e/dreaming-history-indigenous-ways-of-knowing-and-why-researchers-should-listen-tickets-24995834213
Room Y222 (Y Wing by West Gate)
Mount Royal University
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
For more information, please contact Liam Haggarty, Assistant Professor, Indigenous Studies, Department of Humanities and Coordinator of Indigenization, Division of Academic Affairs, Office of the Associate Vice-President, Teaching and Learning.
I am interested in both indigenous history and indigenous historical consciousness. What intrigues me most is not the weighing of cultural continuity against colonial-induced change but in assessing the process of change within structures of continuity and the forces of continuity within systems of change.
Keith Thor Carlson
Indigenous and Community Engaged History, University of Saskatchewan
To learn more about Keith Thor Carlson, visit his full biography at the University of Saskatchewan.