A Red Girl’s Reasoning…& Creating: Indigenous Women Creatives in Kanata/Canada

Monday, Oct 15, 2018 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

223 Dwinelle Hall
Location is ADA accessible

Indigenous Americas Working Group Presents

A Red Girl’s Reasoning … & Creating: Indigenous Women Creatives in Kanata/Canada

Renae Watchman
Associate Professor, English and Indigenous Studies
Co-Director, Office of Academic Indigenization
Mt. Royal University, Calgary

Professor Watchman teaches literature and film courses. Her work and research interests remain transdisciplinary and include: North American Indigenous Literatures, History and Culture (all eras), Indigenous Feminisms, Comparative Literature, Orality, (Post-/neo-) colonialism & decolonizing literature, Globalization of Native American Powwows and Powwow Phenomena and Film Studies (Contemporary, Global, and Indigenous).

Co-sponsored by the Indigenous Americas Working Group, Center for Race and Gender, Townsend Center for the Humanities, Canadian Studies, and Native American Studies

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