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Place-based Indigenous Literatures in Educational Settings

Posted in Arts & Culture, Indigenous
Jun 18, 2021

This roundtable discussion features (left to right) Marilyn Dumont, Dallas Hunt and Aubrey Hanson. (Hanson photo: Neville Black Photography)

A roundtable discussion featuring Marilyn Dumont, Dallas Hunt and Aubrey Hanson. Presented by Saskatchewan Ânskohk Writers’ Circle Inc. in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan Department of English.

Date: Friday, June 18
Time: 2–3:15 pm
Location: Online via Zoom

Free and open to the public

Register through Eventbrite


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