Conferences

Jun
2017

GRAND RIVER RISING (AGAIN): A ROUNDTABLE ON THERESA MCCARTHY’S IN DIVIDED UNITY AND RICK MONTURE’S WE SHARE OUR MATTERS

NATIVE AMERICAN AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE (NAISA) Date: Friday, June 23rd | Time: 02:00pm to 03:45pm | Location: University of British Columbia Panelists: • Theresa McCarthy, Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo • Rick Monture, English, Cultural &Indigenous Studies, McMaster University • Jolene Rickard, American Indian Program, Cornell University • Vanessa Watts, McMaster University • […]

Jun
2017

WISE RESEARCH PRACTICES: RECONCILIATION AND HSS RESEARCH

Congress 2017 Date: June 1st Time: 3:30PM – 5:00PM Location: Ryerson KHE Kerr East 321C Hosted by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences and open to all Congress attendees, this interdisciplinary session will feature presentations from three leading thinkers exploring how humanities and social science (HSS) scholars can ensure that their research respects […]

May
2017

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES & THE ACADEMY

CONGRESS 2017 Date: May 30th Time: 6:30PM – 9:30PM Location: Ryerson Panel Participants: • Zoe Todd • Jill Carter • Dawn Martin-Hill • Jean Paul Restoule • Deborah McGregor • Marie Battiste • Kim Anderson • Carrie Bourassa

May
2017

BUT WE DO THEORIZE! INDIGENOUS SCHOLARSHIP AND SOCIOLOGY

Canadian Sociological Association (Congress 2017) Date: May 29 Time: 10:30 AM- 12:00 PM Location: Ryerson KHE-127 Panel “Of course, there are conflicting theories among us, but we do theorize. But it appears that we may still be considered more as storytelling peoples or cultural or victim/trauma informants, not contemporary theorists and intellectuals’” (p.165). – Emma […]

May
2017

ROUNDTABLE: SOCIALLY ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP IN POLITICAL SCIENCE: APPROACHES FROM FEMINIST AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES

Canadian Political Science Association (Congress 2017) Date: May 31, 2017 | Time: 10:30am to 12:00pm | Location: Ryerson – POD-370 (Podium Building) Chair/Présidente: Ethel Tungohan (York University) Participants & Authors/Auteurs: Ethel Tungohan (York University) Leah Levac (University of Guelph) Chelsea Gabel (McMaster University) Candace Johnson (University of Guelph) Tammy Findlay (Mount Saint Vincent University) Sarah […]

May
2017

DECOLONIZING SOCIAL WORK EPISTEMOLOGIES

Canadian Association for Social Work Education (Congress 2017) Date: May 30th Time: 10:30AM – 12:00 Location: Ryerson, EPH 441 Testing the Waters: Building Relationships through a Two Row Research Paradigm with Trish Van Katwyk and Bonnie Freeman & Talking Our Truth: Indigenous Social Workers and the TRC with Ruth Koleszar-Green, Bonnie Freeman and Cyndy Baskin […]

May
2017

TECHNOLOGY IN CITIES AND COMMUNITIES IN CANADA

Canadian Political Science Association (Congress 2017) Date: May 31, 2017 | Time: 02:00pm to 03:30pm | Location: Ryerson University VIC-104 (Victoria Building) Chair/Président: David Wolfe (University of Toronto) Discussant/Commentateur: David Ticoll (University of Toronto) Participants & Authors/Auteurs: Nicole Goodman (University of Toronto), Zachary Spicer (Brock University) : Conceptual Clarity and Smart Cities Research Abstract: By […]

News

Apr
2017

INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE SYMPOSIUM FEBRUARY 27TH & 28TH, 2018

Save the Date! February 27th and 28th, 2018 McMaster University The McMaster Indigenous Research Institute (MIRI) Indigenous Studies Program – McMaster University Ryerson’s Centre for Indigenous Governance MIRI Indigenous Governance Symposium