Soup and Bannock Lunch and Learn with Georgina Martin

When: Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019, 11:30AM - 1:00PM
Nanaimo Campus

VIU Nanaimo Campus, Bldg. 170 - Shq’apthut- A Gathering Place

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - Georgina Martin, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Vancouver Island University

"Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices and Relationships and Decolonizing Research Indigenous Storywork as Methodology"

Indigenous scholars offer alternatives for Indigenous researchers and students alike to uphold and articulate Indigenous Knowledge within the academy.  Dr. Georgina Martin shares her experiences to locate and offer a Secwepemc worldview through her embodied and lived-experiences.  In her chapters, “Indigenous storywork principles offer critical, ethical, and methodological guidelines that become seamlessly linked to Indigenous traditional and lived stories” by using the hand drum as the theoretical and methodological framework.

Sponsor: Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Soup and Bannock: Lunch and Learn Series

This speaker’s series is held by Office of Aboriginal Education and Engagement at Vancouver Island University and sponsored by various VIU departments. These talks are Tuesday over the lunch hour once a month in Shq’apthut – A Gathering Place and provide the opportunity for students, staff, faculty and community to expand their experience and awareness in current Indigenous topics and various aspects of Aboriginal Ways of Being and Knowing.  

Dates:  2nd Tuesday of each month - September 2019 to April 2020

Time:   11:30 am to 1 pm  Soup served at 11:30 am, presentation at 12 pm

Place:   VIU Nanaimo Campus, Bldg. 170 - Shq’apthut- A Gathering Place

Audience:  Everyone Welcome

Optional Registration:   Register on Eventbrite!