Indigenous Studies Colloquium

March 22, 2023 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Indigenous Studies Boardroom, 207 Isbister Building, University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus
183 Dafoe Rd W
MB R3T 2M9
Niigaan Sinclair

Indigenous Studies Colloquium

Join our weekly panel discussing and visiting with some of the best speakers, leaders and researchers in Indigenous Studies on Turtle Island.

Held live in the Indigenous Studies Boardroom

207 Isbister Building

Wednesdays 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Visit the Department of Indigenous Studies events webpage.

Recordings of past events can be viewed on our Facebook page.

For more information contact colloquium coordinator Niigaan Sinclair at

Winter 2023 schedule

·       Jan. 18, 2023

“Indigenous Aesthetics and Red as Beautiful”, Niigaan Sinclair, University of Manitoba

·       Jan. 25, 2023

“Nii Ndahlohke: Boys’ and Girls’ Work at Mount Elgin Industrial School 1890-1915”, Mary Jane McCallum, University of Winnipeg

·       Feb. 1, 2023

“Noah Massan – Resource User and resulting adverse effects from hydroelectric development” Dennis Anderson, University of Manitoba

·       Feb. 8, 2023

“Reflections on Conducting Indigenous Studies Research” Rob Innes, McMaster University

·       Feb. 15, 2023

“Fish/Scale Practice: Magnifying the Gifts From the Fish Through Fish Scale Art” Erin Konsmo

·       Mar. 1, 2023

“Queen’s Metis?: A Review of the Queen’s Indigenous Identity Fraud Report as it Pertains to Metis Identity” Ally Freedman, University of Manitoba

·       Mar. 8, 2023

“Indigenous Data Sovereignties: Global Visions, Canadian Entanglements” Chris Andersen, University of Alberta

·       Mar. 15, 2023

“Beads as Method” Kristen Bos, University of Toronto

·       Mar. 22, 2023

“From Red River to the Shores of Lake Manitoba: L’stwayr di ma faami (stories of my family)” Mona Kines, University of Manitoba

·       Mar. 29, 2023

“Indigenous Science, Technology, and Society: Scientific Fragility” Jessica Kolopenuk, University of Alberta

·       Apr. 5, 2023

“The Way Forward: Understanding the impact of historical and intergenerational trauma to promote healing within First Nations Youth” Caitlin Richard, University of Manitoba

·       Apr. 12, 2023

“Upholding Indigenous Economic Relationships: Nehiyawak Narratives” Shalene Jobin, University of Alberta