CIRCLE: Decolonial Love: Nurturing Roots of Resurgence & Refusal
(CANCELLED) The 2018 CIRCLE Student Conference was cancelled due to the CUPE 2424 labour strike on the Carleton campus.
Circle: Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language & Education; 5th Annual Student Conference
Keynote “Izhijiwan (it flows in a certain way): Nishnawbeg Literary Intimacies as Insurgent Methodological Praxis” Nishnawbe Scholar & Geraldine King
Date: Saturday, March 10, 2018, Time: 8:15am registration / 8:45am start time, Location: Ojigkwanong, 228 Paterson Hall, Parking: P1 Library Lot $4 per day, Admission: FREE (lunch & snacks included), REGISTER @: carleton.ca/circle/student/student-conference
Submit abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 17, 2018.
CIRCLE: Reckoning with Canada at 150: Critical Perspectives and Indigenous Sovereignties
In March 18, 2017, CIRCLE hosted it’s fourth annual student conference, which centered on Indigenous relationship with the land, Indigeneity, art, media and reconciliation.
Abstract and Program
CIRCLE Conference Abstracts 2017
CIRCLE Conference Schedule 2017
CIRCLE: Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language & Education
Reckoning with Canada at 150: Critical Perspectives and indigenous Sovereignties, 4th Annual Student Conference
KEYNOTE: “‘Be Safe, Nicimos’: Indigenous Freedom and Curiosity in the Wastelands” Moontime Warrior Erica Violet Lee (Nehiyaw)
DATE: Saturday, March 18, 2017
TIME: 8:15 am registration / 8:45 am start time
LOCATION: Ojigkwanong, 228 Paterson Hall
PARKING: P1 Library Lot $4 per day
ADMISSION: FREE (lunch & snacks included)
REGISTER @: carleton.ca/circle/student-conference
CIRCLE: ADITAWAZI NISODITADIWIN; Reconciliation, Responsibilities & (Re) creating Relationships
March 19, 2016
Carleton University’s Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (CIRCLE) and the Word Warrior Student Society held our 3rd Annual Student Research Conference on Saturday March 19th, 2016 at Carleton University in Ottawa. The theme of last year’s event was Aditawazi Nisoditadiwin: Reconciliation, Responsibilities & (Re) Creating Relationships with a special keynote address by Billy-Ray Belcourt. This was a forum where both Indigenous and Indigenist researchers and students came together to (re)focus strategies towards reconciliation through the lenses of critical academic and Indigenous inquiries that brought diverse knowledges and experiences to the knowledge gathering process.
Abstract and program
2016 Student Conference Abstracts
2016 Student Conference Program
3rd Annual Conference; March 19
A student-centered conference hosted by CIRCLE and the Word Warriors student society.
ADITAWAZI NISODITADIWIN; Reconciliation, Responsibilities & (Re) creating Relationships
Carleton University, Ottawa
Keynote Address by Billy-Ray Belcourt
A forum for Indigenous and Indigenist researchers and students to come together to (re)focus strategies towards reconciliation through the lenses of critical academic and Indigenous inquiries that bring diverse knowledges and experiences to the knowledge gathering process
All Research is a Story: Reclaiming Indigenous Relationships in Academia
In March of 2015, the Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (CIRCLE), hosted a student centered conference centered on Indigenous relationships in Academia. This conference focused on education of Indigenous Identity, roots and how to resist colonizing institutions.
2015 Student Conference Abstracts
2015 Student Conference Program
Praxis and Allies: Decolonization, Alliances, and the Possibility of Space
In March of 2014, the Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (Circle) hosted a study centered conference which explored several topics such as the legacy of residential schools, critical alliances, Storytelling as Praxis, and Indigenous Education.
2014 Student Conference Abstracts
2014 Student Conference Program