In partnership with the McMaster Indigenous Health Movement – Student Group and the McMaster Faculty of Health Science, the McMaster Indigenous Research Institute is pleased
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
November 1, 2019 In 1989, the Six Nations Confederacy and McMaster University co-hosted the first Drum Beat conference to mark the beginning of new possibilities
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
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
Dr. Bernice Downey has been appointed as the Acting Director, McMaster Indigenous Research Institute (MIRI) for a term of four months, effective 1 May 2019. Dr.