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Indigenous Storytelling in Practice: Official Launch of the Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling
Dr. Daniel Heath Justice (PhD) will talk with Tennille Campbell, Eekwol (Lindsay Knight), Mika Lafond and Janelle “Ecoaborijanelle” Pewapsconias.
Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 1:30 - 3:30 pm
Location: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
This event will include the official launch of the Certificate in the Study of Indigenous Storytelling.
Join Dr. Daniel Heath Justice (PhD), who will give a talk about the importance of Indigenous literature. He will then have a conversation with Indigenous artists Tennille Campbell, Eekwol (Lindsay Knight), Mika Lafond and Janelle “Ecoaborijanelle” Pewapsconias. The artists will also perform their works.
This event is sponsored by the Departments of Indigenous Studies, English and Drama in the College of Arts and Science.
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