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Indigenization and reconciliation the focus of new drop in series – UM Today

by ahnationtalk on November 6, 201953 Views

November 6, 2019 —

Are you looking to add Indigenous perspectives to your work, but don’t know where or how to start?

Native Studies is hosting an Indigenization Drop In and Lunch. It’s the perfect fit for academics, staff, and graduate students looking to add Indigenous content to courses or research. The drop in is run by the scholars and faculty members from the Native Studies Department, and is an open space for you to bring questions.

Cary Miller, head of the Department of Native Studies, says the drop in was started for two reasons.

“Those who had participated in the summer institute indicated they wished to have an opportunity to connect and ask further questions from time to time,” says Miller. “Also, I and other members of the department were getting invitations to coffee or lunch issued from our peers who want advice on course development and Indigenous content infusion. It made sense to create a sort of open dialogue space for this.”

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