Call for Abstracts Indigenous Relationality Workshop At the annual meeting of the Prairie Political Science Association (PPSA) September 14, 2019 Treaty Seven, Banff, AB We invite scholars, students, artists, activists and community leaders to submit presentation abstracts for the Indigenous Relationality Workshop (IRW) held during the PPSA annual meeting. The IRW hopes to create a […]
On the penultimate page of her 2017 dystopian speculative fiction novel, The Marrow Thieves, Métis author and editor Cherie Dimaline evokes the sound of an echo as a means elucidate the reunification of two residential school surviours: The scene is significant for a number of reasons, not least of all because it contains the only […]
An excerpt from my forthcoming book The Theatre of Regret: Troubling Reconciliation in Canada. Available soon from UBC Press.
Course Description: In an interview with Liza Yeager, Anishinaabe comedian, writer, and media maker, Ryan McMahon talks about why he thinks podcasting is specifically useful medium for Indigenous storytellers: “I just think the medium is so exciting. It’s relatively inexpensive to produce; it’s a flexible creative medium that allows us to be publishers, you know? […]
The cover of The Break, Katherena Vermette’s masterful debut novel, features a portion of a painting by Métis and Mennonite artist Corinna Wollf. In the painting, a middle-aged woman stands directly facing her audience in a full-length, black dress detailed in subtle, but vibrant floral print inspired by Métis artist Christi Belcourt (“Corinna Wollf”). The […]
Valentina Acevedo Montilla Samantha Martin Clara Salter Paige Loughheed Iona Julian-Walters Olivia Santacroce Kate Bonser Heather James Kaitlyn Fung Danielle Kraichy Alex Wikler Melissa Webb Kate Damon Lisa Girbav Salome Lines-Morison Shoukia van Beek Denise Fong Ermen Galatea Mat Andreatta Annie Guerin Susanna Chan
FNIS 454: Indigenous New Media and Digital Storytelling Instructor: Dr. David Gaertner Email: email@example.com Overview Following the 1997 launch of Skawennati’s (Mohawk) CyberPowWow, digital space has become a vital new territory for the resurgence of Indigenous storytelling and cultural practice: “We have signed a new treaty,” Cree artist Archer Pechawis wrote of this period, “and […]