FISSSH Bites Research Showcase

Date:
Thursday, November 25, 2021 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Location:
NUSC Event Space (next to the Thirsty Moose)
Campus:
Prince George

"FISSSH Bites" Research Showcase event, brought to you by the Faculty of Indigenous Studies, Social Sciences, and Humanities.

FISSSH Bites is a conversational, rapid-presentation style event in which Faculty researchers are invited to reflect on how their work relates to a common theme: Treaties and Agreements.

Speakers and topics include:

  • Elder Marcel Gagnon - Territorial Welcome
  • Dana Wessell Lightfoot - "Mixed Families and Jurisdictional Conflicts in the Late Medieval City of Girona"
  • Daniel Sims - "I Come from a Long Line of Historians: Examining the Tsek’ehne History"
  • Kriston Rennie - " ‘Happy are the Professors’: The University of Strasbourg and the Spirit of Synthesis"
  • Gary Wilson - "Inuit Nunangat: A Treaty-Based Inuit Homeland in Canada"
  • Fiona MacDonald - "UNDRIP and the Growing Demand for Data Sovereignty in BC and Beyond"
  • Sara Farhan - "Treaties as Technologies of Subjugation in Iraq"
  • Kevin Hutchings - "Sir Francis Bond Head and the 1836 Manitoulin Island Treaty"
  • Tara Joly - "The Promise of Alberta's Oil Sands Reclamation"

All are welcome to attend. 

Proof of vaccination will be required for entry, and we will be serving pre-packaged light refreshments. 

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