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Thursday, June 22
 

7:30am

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

Panel: Celluloid Chiefs: Native (or Not) Performance, Production, and Passing in Early Hollywood Buchanan D213 Panel: Citizenship Frequencies: Laws of Belonging and Adoption Stories Allard 106 Panel: Continuing Conversations: Indigenous Women's Birth-Work, Reproductive Justice, and Sovereignty Allard 104 Panel: Extending the Rafters: Constructing Indigenous Space and Reclaiming Scholarship in Higher Education Buchanan D314 Panel: Growing Up Indigenous Children Strong in Education Buchanan D205 Panel: Indigenous Feminisms, Refusal, and the Politics of Caring Buchanan D301 Panel: Indigenous Women's Refusal to Leave Indigenous Homelands Buchanan D312 Panel: Intergenerational Perspectives on Indigenous Food Sovereignty: Reclaiming Relationships with the Land and Community Buchanan D204 Panel: Ontologies of Sovereignty: Indigenous Relatedness in Theory, Praxis, and Politics Buchanan D317 Panel: Struggle in the Synapse: Indigenous Resistance as Bodies and for Bodies Buchanan B313 Panel: The "Possessive Investment" in Settler Colonialism Allard 121 Panel: The Ambiguity of Christianity in Indigenous Histories Buchanan D313 Panel: The Kinetics of Kinship: Gender and Movements Allard B101 Roundtable: Author Meets Critics: On Jaskiran Dhillon's Prairie Rising: Indigenous Youth, Decolonization, and the Politics of Intervention Allard 105 Roundtable: Indigenous Geographies Across Global Contexts: Exploring Environmental Repossession, Land Rights, and Community Engagement Buchanan D307 Roundtable: Musqueam & UBC Research Partnerships: Past and Present Longhouse Residential School Centre Open House Indian Residential School History & Dialogue Centre

12:00pm

2:00pm

3:45pm

4:15pm

6:00pm

 
Friday, June 23
 

8:00am

Panel: "This is about Canada. We are not the country we thought we were" and Other Erasures: A Discussion of Gord Downie's The Secret Path Buchanan B313 Panel: Ask Me about Trauma and I Will Show You How We're Trauma-Informed: Trauma-Informed Approaches in Indigenous Research Buchanan D307 Panel: Connecting the Americas through the Word: Indigenous Knowledges and Contemporary Indigenous Literature Buchanan D304 Panel: Digital Futures in Indian Country: Reflections from the Digital Native American and Indigenous Studies Project Buchanan D213 Panel: Disarticulating Mestizaje: Archives, Capital, and Place Buchanan D204 Panel: Food Is Life: Living and Theorizing Indigenous Food Sovereignty at the Local, National, and International Levels Allard 106 Panel: Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge as Pathway to Visibility, Land Title, and Land Management Allard 121 Panel: Mino Bimaadiziwin and Anishinaabeg Today Buchanan D301 Panel: Prisons and Contemporary Colonial Control Buchanan D317 Panel: Psycho Shamans, Starships, and Post-Apocalypic Fantasies: Native Representations in Popular Culture Imaginaries Buchanan D313 Panel: Taiwan Indigenous Studies: Law and Society Buchanan D201 Panel: The AKIN Project: Mapping Activists' Relationships in Time and Place Allard B101 Panel: Transnational Indigenous Biographies in North America Buchanan D312 Roundtable: A Guidebook to Decolonial Practices Allard 104 Roundtable: Indigenous Health Research: Historical and Critical Analyses Allard 105 Roundtable: Indigitization: Digitizing Precious Fragments for the Present and Future Longhouse

9:00am

9:45am

10:00am

10:15am

12:00pm

2:00pm

3:45pm

4:15pm

5:00pm

5:15pm

5:30pm

6:30pm

7:00pm

8:00pm

 
Saturday, June 24
 

8:00am

Panel: Indigenous-Led Constitutional Transformation in Aotearoa - Matike Mai Buchanan D204 Panel: Beading the Many Trails of the Metis Homeland in the Canadian Northwest: Relationality, Identity, and Territoriality Buchanan D205 Panel: Beyond Ontology: Indigenous Immateriality and Relatedness Buchanan B313 Panel: Geographies and Methods of Indigenous Relationality, Part One: Kinship and Materiality Longhouse Panel: Indigenous Histories and Artistic Interventions in the Remaking of Indigenous Worlds Allard B101 Panel: Indigenous Science and Innovation: Aotearoa New Zealand's National Science Challenges Buchanan D301 Panel: Interpreting Reconciliation in Canada Allard 122 Panel: Knowledge, Science, Identity, and the Land: Making Indigenous Knowledge Count with Environmental Decision-Making Buchanan D317 Panel: Native American Languages and Narrative across Disciplinary Borders Allard 106 Panel: Putting History to Work in the World: Translating Indigenous Histories of Place Buchanan D201 Panel: Rethinking Climate Justice and Sustainability: Indigenous Peoples and Community Resurgence Allard 121 Panel: Shaping and Reshaping Knowledge in New Indigenous Contexts Buchanan D312 Panel: We Confess: Decolonial Research, Indigenous Feminist Critique, and Sexy Storytelling Allard 104 Roundtable: Mamawapowuk-Maawanki'idiwag-Mamawihitowin: Gathering Around Metis Art and Aesthetics Buchanan D314 Roundtable: Women's Work: Native American and First Nations Women Artists in Exhibitions and Scholarship Allard 105

9:00am

9:45am

10:15am

12:00pm

12:30pm

2:00pm

3:45pm

4:15pm