Building Relationships with Indigenous Knowledge

This Wednesday October 20th, come and listen to Dr. Shawn Wilson while he gives the Charles R. Bronfman Lecture for this year’s Institute of Indigenous Research and Studies at @uOttawa. Registration is free: https://uottawa-ca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mMj9aG6YSF69hOgNsJyrtw

Conversations on Racism, Colonialism and Indigenization

You are cordially invited to join the third of the Conversations on Racism, Colonialism and Indigenization, organized by the uOttawa’s Teaching Chair on Decolonization and Indigenization of the Curricula, in collaboration with the Institute for…

A collaborative autoethnography on challenging sociohistorical constructions of gender in teacher education

In this article, Marie-Hélène Brunet and Mark Currie, both members of this research unit, discuss how collaborative autoethnography affected their workshop’s evolution and their continued self-analysis. They argue that if students are to interrogate sociohistorical…

National Day for Truth & Reconciliation: Universities and schools must acknowledge how colonial education has reproduced anti-Indigenous racism

As National Day for Truth & Reconciliation approaches, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, member of the Research Unit, with PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa Lisa Howell and assistant professor at York University Kiera Brant-Birioukov, explain that…

La nouvelle derrière la nouvelle: L’histoire des Franco-Ontariens

Marie-Hélène Brunet, member of the Research Unit and assistant professor at the University of Ottawa, talks about how the history of Franco-Ontarians is approached in the English and French curriculum in Ontario. To listen (in…

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