|Centro de Documentación Mapuche
Mapuche Documentation Center
2016-03-12 | Campañas | Indoamericano
A Workshop on Indigenous Feminisms: Decolonization, Pedagogy and Resurgence
The Department of Political Science University of Alberta
All are welcome, but space is limited, so please RSVP https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indigenous-feminism-workshop-tickets-21022752619. We are recording lectures, which will be posted following the workshop. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thursday March 10th
Tory Breezeway 2
Roundtable/Conversation on Indigenous women, the TRC, and universities
Participants: Kim TallBear, Val Napoleon, Dory Nason, and Shalene Jobin
Moderator: Isabel Altamirano-Jimenez
Friday March 11th
Dr. Kim TallBear, Standing With and Speaking as Faith: a Feminist-Indigenous Approach to Inquiry.
10:50-12:20: Panel discussion: Resisting Gendered Violence
Billy-Ray Belcourt, UofA, Indigenous Feminism as Abolitionist Praxis.
Erin Konsmo, NYSHN, The Territories of Indigenous Bodies: Consent, Assault and Survivance.
Shalene Jobin and Tara Kappo, UofA, Iskwewak emamâwihisicikecik: Indigenous Womens Organizing in WWOS.
Chair: Kirsten Lindquist
12:20-1:20: Lunch RSVP https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indigenous-feminism-workshop-tickets-21022752619
Dr. Dory Nason, Something Beautiful Lives Inside Us: Indigenous Feminist Resurgence, Love and Resistance in Indigenous Womens Contemporary Storytelling.
3:00-5:00: Closing Keynote hosted by Women and Gender Studies
Senate Chamber, Old Arts Building 3-26
Dr. Val Napoleon, Indigenous Feminisms: The Path to Meaningful Social Change in Academia and Beyond.
Sponsors: Department of Political Science, Faculty of Native Studies, Department of Women and Gender Studies, APIRG, Canada Research Chair in Political Economy and Social Governance.
Fuente: Centro de Documentación Mapuche, Ñuke Mapu
Publicado: 2016-03-12 | Revisado: | Enlace de actual documento: http://www.mapuche.info/?pagina=6669