Call for Abstracts: N.A.I.S.A. Pre-Conference Gathering on Indigenous Health and Well-Being

The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Pre-Conference Gathering on Indigenous Health and Well-Being welcomes abstract submissions (up to 250 words) from academics, students and community to discuss current Indigenous health and well-being related issues. The pre-conference is open to any subject area related to Indigenous health and well-being. The following themes are a…

Career Opportunity at McMaster University – Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor

Join the Indigenous Studies Program at McMaster! The Indigenous Studies Program at McMaster University invites applications from an outstanding established scholar for a tenure stream or tenured appointment at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor beginning July 1, 2020.Applications are welcome from any field, but those with training in political science and a…

Book Launch: Distorted Descent by Darryl Leroux

Join MIRI and the Indigenous Studies Program of McMaster on Friday September 27th for the launch of Darryl Leroux’s book “Distorted Descent: White Claims to Indigenous Identity” Location: L.R. Wilson Hall – Indigenous Studies Program Office (room 1811) Time: Friday September 27th at 1:30 p.m.

Dr. Bonnie Freeman Honoured as 2019 Distinguished Fellow of Mohawk College

Our congratulations to MIRI Researcher Dr. Bonnie Freeman on being honoured by Mohawk College as a 2019 Distinguished Fellow for her scholarship and on-going commitment to community in the areas of Indigenous culture and Indigenous youth. Read more about this announcement: https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9438161-11-hamiltonians-to-be-honoured-as-distinguished-fellows-by-mohawk-college-at-upcoming-convocations/