Indigenous Languages in Truth and Reconciliation

Reconciliation Saskatoon and the USask Department of Political Studies co-present an event on Indigenous languages

Giving Day supports USask Comprehensive Campaign as new school year begins

One of the initiatives USask Giving Day will focus on is Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) – a program that directly enriches the academic experiences of future Indigenous leaders

USask Department of Indigenous Studies celebrates 40 years of ‘indigenizing the academy’

Indigenous Studies started as a grassroots movement by Indigenous students in the 1970s.

Finding a new path for sociology

In The Oxford Handbook of Indigenous Sociology, USask associate professor Dr. Robert Henry (PhD) sends a message

Meet the artist behind the artwork featured on 2023 orange shirts now on sale at USask

USask College of Arts and Science graduate Vanessa Hyggen (BA'17) created artwork commissioned for Orange Shirt Day 2023

Putting Indigenous knowledge at the forefront of water research in Canada

Indigenous water experts and Knowledge Keepers have created a protocol that puts co-generation of research at the forefront

Manitoba’s reasons for refusing to search for Indigenous women’s remains in landfill are a smokescreen

The Conversation
Obstacles to a search have more to do with political will than technical concerns, writes Department of Political Studies faculty member Dr. Kathy Walker (PhD)

Street gangs in South Africa and Canada are worlds apart—but they have a great deal in common

The Conversation
Street gang involvement is connected to marginalisation and colonisation, writes Indigenous studies professor Dr. Robert Henry (PhD)

New banner calls for ohpinamake Indigenous art prize applications

Annual ohpinamake art prize recognizes how Indigenous artists’ work uplifts others

USask partners with Indigenous communities on renewable energy project

Three-year project with QUEST Canada will work with remote Indigenous communitites to build renewables capacity

Being two-spirit a holistic, all-encompassing identity for Métis student/staff member at USask

Jocelyn Ormerod is a two-spirit Métis woman who is a graduate of the College of Arts and Science

Indigenous drama student finds themselves through theatre

Student Leze Pewapsconias will be graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Drama and Studio Art