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The launch of Looking Back and Living Forward: Indigenous Research Rising Up Series: Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education (Brill and Sense Publishers) hosted by Niigaan Sinclair
This book brings together research from a diverse group of scholars from a variety of disciplines. The work shared in this book is done by and with Indigenous peoples, from across Canada and around the world. Together, the collaborators’ voices resonate with urgency and insights towards resistance and resurgence. The various chapters address historical legacies, environmental concerns, community needs, wisdom teachings, legal issues, personal journeys, educational implications, and more.
Laura Forsythe Co-editor of this interdisciplinary and collaborative project is a Metis Masters student at the University of Manitoba in the Department of Native Studies working in Educational Sovereignty and works as the Metis Inclusion Coordinator for the University of Manitoba.
Warren Bernauer is a PhD Candidate at York University in the Department of Geography whose research focuses on the politics of extraction in Nunavut. And currently teaches at the universities of Manitoba and Winnipeg.
Melanie Braith is an international PhD student at the University of Manitoba in the Department of English focusing on residential school literature with a University of Manitoba Graduate Student Fellowship and a C.D Howe Memorial Fellowship. For the last year, Braith has worked at the National Centre for Reconciliation creating an oral history of the TRC.
Niigaan Sinclair is Anishinaabe (St. Peter’s/Little Peguis), associate professor and graduate program director in the Department of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba.
Contributors from the University of Manitoba Include:
Belinda Nicholson Masters student in the Department of Native studies
Melanie Belmore Ph.D. student in the Department of Native studies
Jason Bone Ph.D. student in the Department of Native studies
Karine Martel Masters student in the Department of Native studies
Timothy Maton Ph.D. student in the Department of Native studies
Eduardo Vergolino Ph.D. student in the Department of Native studies
Paul Murphy Ph.D. student in the Department of Native Studies
April Chabot Masters student, Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba
Saymore Petros Ndou Ph.D. student, Department of Animal Science, University of Manitoba
Victoria Grima Masters student, Department of Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba
Jusung Kim Ph.D. in Applied Health Sciences and Kinesiology
Melanie Braith Ph.D. student in the Department of English
Monika M. Kowatsch Ph.D. student in the Department of Medical Microbiology
Courtney Bell Ph.D. student in the College of Medicine
Marion J. Kirkop Ph.D. student in the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies