Providence University College Presents Lectures in Aboriginal Studies
Free Admission! No registration required.
This free evening lecture series is presented in partnership with Providence University College's new course, Special Studies in Theology: Aboriginal Studies & Christianity.
Niigaanwewidom James Sinclair is Anishinaabe and originally from St. Peter's (Little Peguis) Indian Reserve. He is a graphic novelist, writer, and columnist whose critical and creative work has been translated into several languages. He is the co- editor (with Warren Cariou) of the recently-published Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water (Highwater Press, 2012) and has an upcoming collection of essays and books he is co-editing with a collective of Anishinaabeg scholars and writers entitled Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Under- standing the World Through Stories (2013).
"Manitowapow/Manitoba: A Water Story"
Harley Eagle is of Dakota and Anishinaabe heritage. He is the co-coordinator of Indigenous Work for Mennonite Central Committee Canada, as well as a conflict management practitioner and dismantling racism/oppression trainer. Harley looks to his Dakota traditions and experience in working with Indigenous and diverse communities dealing with conflict and oppression to explore what it might mean to transform broken relationships.
"Re-Setting the Relationship Between Indigenous People and Canada"
Location: Providence University College Lecture Theatre
Contact: Marc-Nicholas Martin-Paulichenko
10 College Crescent
Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada, R0A 1G0
Phone: (204) 433-7488 or (800) 668-7768
Fax: (204) 433-7158
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