Carleton University’s Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (CIRCLE) and the Indigenous and Canadian Studies Graduate Community (ICGC) is pleased to announce its fourth annual student research conference that will take place on March 18, 2017 at Carleton University. The theme of this year’s event is Reckoning with Canada at 150: Critical Perspectives and Indigenous Sovereignties with a special keynote address by Nēhiyaw writer and community organizer Erica Violet Lee (Moontime Warrior).

The conference is a forum for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, students, activists and artists to come together to share their work. In light of Canada’s 150th anniversary, we are looking to centre insights that critically engage with Indigenous experiences and realities.

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REDx Talks – Erica Violet Lee: “Our Bodies and Lands are not Your Property.” from REDx Talks on Vimeo.