MIRI director Savage Bear and Professor and keynote speaker Bonnie Freeman share the stage at the second annual McMaster Indigenous Research Day. (Photos by Christian
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Anishinaabe drummer Lissa Lavallee opens the launch of the MIRI Research Primer at the McMaster Museum of Art. The Primer offers insights on working with
2023-25 Indigenous Scholar-in-Community Fellowship Dr. Bonnie Freeman is McMaster’s 2023-25 Indigenous Scholar-in-Community. Bonnie Freeman is Algonquin/Mohawk from the Six Nations of the Grand
Ten early scholars from across Canada got the chance to experience hands-on graduate-level research at McMaster thanks to an intensive research training program hosted by
Dr Savage Bear of McMaster University, Walls to Bridges is Named to the Order of Canada for her work in advancing the education of Canadians about the history of Indigenous Peoples with Canada and her leadership in advocating for post secondary education in prison.
| Source: McMaster Indigenous Research Institute HAMILTON, Ontario CANADA ., June 30th, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Her Excellency, the Right Honorable Mary Simon, the Governor
The next Walls to Bridges course at McMaster is scheduled for September 2023, Indigenous Creative Art & Drama with Dr. Savage Bear . The Walls
McMaster Indigenous Research Institute is now inviting applications for the 2023-2025 Indigenous Scholar-in-Community Fellowship. The fellowship now has a value of $35,000 (PDF-Call for Proposals).
“From using digital storytelling for intergenerational learning, to creating ethical spaces of engagement in child welfare, to giving future physicians the tools to provide culturally
A McMaster Indigenous Studies course that will take place inside the Grand Valley Institution for Women, a federal women’s prison in Kitchener, ON, marks the