Join a panel of scholars for a lively and informal discussion of some of McMaster’s current and planned Indigenous research: from cancer, to water, to effects of Indigenous knowledge on well-being, and intergenerational interactions. Learn something new, meet people from across campus, build McMaster’s interdisciplinary intellectual community, and forge new collaborations.
Each panelist will present for ~3 minutes, followed by general discussion, and then panelists will disperse among tables for continued informal discussion over lunch/coffee/dessert.
Juliet Daniel, Biology
Chelsea Gabel, Director, McMaster Indigenous Research Institute; Health, Aging and Society/Indigenous Studies Program
Dawn Martin-Hill, Paul R. McPherson Chair in Indigenous Studies, Anthropology
Katherine Minich, Indigenous Studies Program
Jessica Pace, Health, Aging and Society
Vanessa Watts, Director, Indigenous Studies Program
Allison Sekuler, Strategic Advisor to the President & Vice-Presidents on Academic Issues
Soup & Scholars is free for faculty, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students.
A light lunch will be served starting at 12, panel discussion starts at 12:30 – seating may be limited.