FISSSH Bites Research Showcase

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