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The Fall Forum on Indigenous-Settler Relations brings together

--Local Indigenous knowledge-bearers

--University of Toronto students who have completed Queen Elizabeth Scholarship internships on Indigenous-Settler Relations in Australia, New Zealand or Belize or are in the midst of other research on Indigenous issues

--Interested members of the community

to discuss issues related to the development of right relations between Indigenous and settler communities.

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September 12

Opening Ceremony

Clay Shirt, Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Keeper

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

September 19

A Grounding in Indigenous Approaches to Research.

Prof. Ruth Koleszar-Green, Faculty of Social Work, York University.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

September 26

Roundtable: Traditional Relations with the Land and Global Environmental Regulations

Prof. Deborah McGregor, Associate Professor & Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Omar Alikhan, Ethics, Society & Law, University of Toronto.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

October 3

Roundtable: Contemporary Urban Indigenous Storying.

Prof. Karyn Recollet, Women & Gender Studies, University of Toronto.

Prof. Jon Johnson, Woodsworth College, University of Toronto.

Nikhil Khakhar, Ethics, Society & Law, U of T.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

October 10

Roundtable: Colonial Education’s Ripple Effects.

Prof. Pamela Klassen Dept for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto

Sydney Narciso Wilson, Ethics, Society & Law, U of T.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

October 17

Roundtable: Our Experiences in Aotearoa/New Zealand. At Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga/the Māori Centre for Excellence.

Naomi Recollet, Museum Studies/Information, University of Toronto
Andrea Johns, Indigenous Studies/Book & Media Studies, University of Toronto
Diane Hill, Health Studies/Anthropology, University of Toronto

** This meeting is in THE LOUNGE @ FIRST NATIONS HOUSE, Borden Building North, 3rd Floor, 563 Spadina Ave.

October 24

Roundtable: Indigenous involvement in / resistance against electoral politics.

Jason Taylor-Mercredi, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP.

Alexandra Southgate, Department of History, University of Toronto, QES: Univ of Western Australia,

Indigenous engagement w electoral politics – on the case of Ridge v. Bridge

Sydney Narciso Wilson, History & Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies, University of Toronto, QES: Katoa Ltd. A Māori-Indigenous Research Organization in Aotearoa / New Zealand.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

October 31

Roundtable: Collective Memory, Health and Healing.

Prof. Brenda Wastasecoot, Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto.

Dr. Juan Rodriguez, OISE, University of Toronto.

Dalal Badawi, Masters of Social Work, University of T.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

November 14

Roundtable: The Land, and Claims about Belonging: Treaties, Borders, and Home Ownership.

Prof. Heidi Bohaker,Department of History, University of Toronto

Ibnul Chowdhury. Economics, PCJ

Aisha Ryan. International Relations & Health Studies.

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

November 21

Roundtable: The criminalization of Indigenous People and Indigenous Approaches to Justice.

Caitlyn Kasper, Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto

Chelsea Tao, Ethics, Society & Law & CrimSL, U of T

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

November 28

Roundtable: Indigenous Approaches to Museum Practices and to Creative Revitalization of Traditional Art and Adornment.

Isaac Murdoch, Onaman Collective

Alan Corbiere, Coordinator of the Anishinaabemowin Revitalization Program (ARP) at Lakeview School, M’Chigeeng First Nation

Prof. Cara Krmpotich Director, Museum Studies at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto

Room #214 Gerald Larkin Building, Trinity College, University of Toronto.

December 5

Closed session for TRN308 students and QES student researchers. Research Support and Sharing, Proceedings Booklet, Farewells.

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