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Onkwehonwe Encounters of an Archival Kind

Onkwehonwe Encounters of an Archival Kind
563 Spadina Ave, 2nd Floor, Turtle Lounge
Time: Jan 19th, 3:00 pm End: Jan 19th, 5:00 pm
Interest Categories: Indigenous, History (FAS), Historical Studies (UTM), Historical and Cultural Studies (UTSC), Education, 2000-
Lecture by Susan Hill

The Centre for Indigenous Studies presents

Onkwehonwe Encounters of an Archival Kind

Prof. Susan Hill (Associate Professor Of History, And Director Of The First Nations Studies Program At Western University)

We're pleased to be welcoming Professor Susan Hill to the Centre for Indigenous Studies for a public lecture and two lunches where we will have the opportunity to discuss her work and research. Professor Hill has served as Associate Professor of History, and Director of the First Nations Studies Program at Western University since 2010, with a previous tenured appointment at Wilfrid Laurier University. Professor Hill's academic training includes a PhD in Native Studies from Trent University, an MA in American Studies from SUNY-Buffalo, a BA in History from the University of Michigan and language immersion programs through Onkwawanna Kentyohkwa (Kanyen'keha/Mohawk) and Grand River Employment & Training (Gayagohono/Cayuga). Her academic research focuses upon Haudenosaunee land history, Haudenosaunee thought and philosophy, Indigenous research methodologies and education history.

All are welcome at the events listed on this poster. Indigenous Studies students are strongly encouraged to attend.



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