Join the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences for the Indigenous Scholars Lecture Series and hear noted Indigenous scholars discuss research and issues related to gendered violence and settler colonialism.
On February 26, Indigenous scholars will discuss Sovereignty, Intimacy and Resistance.
- Aimée Craft
Associate Professor, Faculty of Common Law, University of Ottawa
- Sarah Hunt/ Tłaliłila’ogwa
Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair, Indigenous Political Ecology, University of Victoria
- Jasmine Feather Dionne
PhD student, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria
- Leah Levac
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph, Moderator
The Indigenous Scholars Lecture Series is intended to create a space for University of Guelph students to hear from leading Indigenous scholars in political science and related disciplines. We seek to raise the profile of the important work and ideas of Indigenous scholars and enrich the diversity of perspectives available through the Department of Political Science.
This event series is supported through the Department of Political Science with funding support from the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Enhancement Fund.