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|Dr. Greg Bak|
How can we decolonize archives, especially those held in the National Research Centre for Truth and Reconcilation? Dr. Greg Bak explores this topic during his Oct. 6 lecture as part of the Critical Conversations on Truth & Reconciliation seminar series. He will be joined by Indigenous services librarian Camille Callison.
An assistant professor of history and archival studies, Bak played a key role in developing the successful proposal to house the National Research Centre at the University of Manitoba.