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Thursday, June 22 • 10:00am - 11:45am
Panel: Citizenship Frequencies: Laws of Belonging and Adoption Stories

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Chair: Damien Lee, Indigenous Studies, University of Saskatchewan

‘A name hung about the neck’: The clash between mohawk Law, the Indian Act, and tradition in Kahnawa:ke
Kahente Horn-Miller, Carleton University

Returning to Our Gardens and Tending to Our Lineages: Indigenous Family Responsibilities in an Age of ‘Re/Conciliation’
Laura Hall, Laurentian University

Citizenship as Renewal: Locating Anishinaabe Laws of Belonging through Adoption Stories
Damien Lee, University of Saskatchewan

Adoption, the Migration of Treaty Relations, and the Limits of Recognition
Amar Bhatia, Osgoode Hall Law School


Speakers
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Amar Bhatia

Osgoode Hall Law School
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Laura Hall

Laurentian University
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Kahente Horn-Miller

Carleton University
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Damien Lee

University of Saskatchewan


Thursday June 22, 2017 10:00am - 11:45am
Allard 106

Attendees (24)