We are pleased to invite you to join us for our roundtable Monday, February 14th, from 5:30-7:00 pm as we discuss love and relationality. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we at SASA thought it would be a great opportunity to get together and discuss our perceptions of love, how we love, and how we can be in relation. This event is open for all to attend, so please share the attached posters with your friends, family, and partner(s) assuming they will enter the space with respect for our guests and the sensitive conversation at hand.
To help us in this conversation, we have invited Tenille K Campbell, Dene/Métis author from English River First Nation, SK. Tenille is enrolled in her PhD program at University of Saskatchewan. Her newest poetry collection, Nedí Nezu (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2021) is an exploration of the beautiful space that being a sensual Indigenous woman creates in life, in relationships, in the land. Her inaugural poetry book, #IndianLovePoems (Signature Editions, 2017) is an award-winning collection of poetry that focuses on Indigenous Erotica. She is also the artist behind sweetmoon photography and the co-creator of the blog, tea&bannock.
We have also invited Geraldine King, lecturer from Carleton’s School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, who is Anishinaabe and a member of Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek located in the Robinson Superior Treaty area, northwestern Ontario. Geraldine’s research interests include: Anishinaabe erotics, ethics of intimacy, kinship studies, theories of Anishinaabe phenomenologies, eco-erotics and Indigenous pedagogical transformation. Geraldine is a poet, author, writer, and mother.
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