2022-2023 Vickers-Verduyn Lecture
March 29, 2023, at 7pm, Carleton Dominion Chalmers Centre
Colonialism and Everyday Life in Quebec: Images as Stories
featuring Dalie Giroux from the University of Ottawa
The School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies hosts three annual Lecture Series.
The Madeleine Dion Stout Kétéskwēw Lecture in Indigenous Studies
The Kétéskwēw Lecture in Indigenous Studies was named in honour of Madeleine Kétéskwēw Dion Stout. Dion Stout spear-headed Indigenous programming and initiatives at Carleton and is recognized for her advocacy work for Indigenous health rights and education. For her advocacy and leadership she was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2015 and she continues to speak throughout North America and Europe on topics relating to Indigenous health, reconciliation, and healing.
The Banner image features Madeleine Kétéskwew Dion Stout delivering the first lecture in 2019. Alex Wilson delivered the 4th annual lecture on Queering Land-Based Education on October 20, 2022.
The Vickers-Verduyn Lecture in Canadian Studies
The Vickers-Verduyn Speakers Series was established in 2011 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Carleton-Trent joint-PhD in Canadian Studies. Since its inauguration the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies has invited a wide range of scholars, activists and artists to address the ways in which their work potentially challenges or influences approaches to Canadian Studies research.
Poster from the Vickers-Verduyn lecture in 2019 with Deanna Bowen.
The Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture in Heritage Conservation
Jill Taylor delivers the 2019 Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture.
The Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture in Heritage Conservation was established in 2012 to honour Herb Stovel, who was Associate Professor and coordinator of the Heritage Conservation programme in the School of Canadian Studies at Carleton University from 2004 to 2012. View information on past lectures — these are often held in conjunction with the graduate symposium. The 2023 Herb Stovel lecture will be announced in the early Spring.
From 2002 to 2017 the School also hosted the annual New Sun Conference on Aboriginal Arts. The archives of these conferences are hosted on the New Sun Conference website.