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Timlin Lecture in Political Studies: Sheryl Lightfoot

Indigenous Rights: The Subtle Revolution

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Timlin Lecture in Political Studies

Sponsored by the Timlin Trust, this series of annual lectures was established in honour of Mabel Frances Timlin (1891–1976) and is alternately hosted by the Departments of Economics and Political Studies.

Wednesday, Feb. 7
4:30 pm–6:00 pm
Neatby-Timlin Theatre, 241 Arts Buidling
Free 
Reception to follow

Indigenous Rights: The Subtle Revolution
by Sheryl Lightfoot, University of British Columbia

This lecture examines how Indigenous peoples’ rights and rights movements herald a significant yet overlooked shift in global politics.

Info: (306) 966-1666 | political.studies@usask.ca


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