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Saturday, June 24 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Panel: Shaping and Reshaping Knowledge in New Indigenous Contexts

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Chair: Tim Frandy, Northland College

Decolonizing Pedagogies: Sustaining Anishinaabe Knowledge Traditions in New Contexts
Tim Frandy, Northland College

Mobilizing ‘Nipivut’ (our voice): using radio as a tool for community-driven change and development amongst Inuit in Montreal
Mark Watson, Concordia University

Indigenous Identity Meanings and Urban Experiences in Japan -  A Kanto (Tokyo) Ainu Case
Tatsiana Tsahelnik, Hokkaido University

Reshaping the present by reconnecting to a past - “Diasporic Indigeneity” from a perspective of urban Ainu in Sapporo, Japan
Kanako Uzawa


Speakers
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Tim Frandy

Northland College
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Tatsiana Tsahelnik

Hokkaido University
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Mark Watson

Concordia University


Saturday June 24, 2017 8:00am - 9:45am
Buchanan D312

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