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Thursday, June 22 • 10:00am - 11:45am
Panel: The Ambiguity of Christianity in Indigenous Histories

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Chair: John Lutz, University of Victoria

Comment: Robin Wright, University of Florida

“’My mom tends to tell it the Catholic way.  I’d tell it my way, the right way:’ Local Histories of the 1885 Resistance”
Amanda Fehr, University of Saskatchewan

“Stranger in a Strange Land”: Religious Hybridity in George Copway’s Anishinaabe Methodist Faith”
John Bird, University of Saskatchewan

Undisciplined Literacy: The Colonial Strategy of Mimicry and Nineteenth-Century Salish Prophetic Writings
Keith Carlson, University of Saskatchewan


Speakers
JB

John Bird

University of Saskatchewan
KC

Keith Carlson

University of Saskatchewan
AF

Amanda Fehr

University of Saskatchewan
JL

John Lutz

University of Victoria
RW

Robin Wright

University of Florida


Thursday June 22, 2017 10:00am - 11:45am
Buchanan D313

Attendees (14)