R.A.C.E. Network presents:
RACE2014 Keynote 1: Dr. Audra Simpson. “The Chiefs Two Bodies: Theresa Spence and the Gender of Settler Sovereignty”. Unsettling Conversations, #RACE2014yeg (Oct 2014)
RACE2014 Keynote by Dr. Audra Simpson, Anthropology, Columbia University - “The Chiefs Two Bodies: Theresa Spence and the Gender of Settler Sovereignty”, R.A.C.E. Network Conf. (Malinda S Smith, Poli Sc)
Unsettling Conversations, Unmaking Racisms and Colonialisms
R.A.C.E. Network’s 14th Annual Critical Race and Anticolonial Studies Conference
University of Alberta, Edmonton,
Dr. Malinda S. Smith (Political Science) welcomes you to the videos and podcasts from the 14th Annual Critical Race and AntiColonial Studies conference at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, and cohosted by the Centre for World Indigenous Knowledge & Research (Tracey Lindberg and Priscilla Campeau) at Athabasca University. The organizers acknowledge and thank the original peoples of this territory, and the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps have marked this territory for centuries: the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, and Nakota Sioux. With the support of the Centre for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Sustainability, the RACE2014 conference's videos and podcasts have been made available for research, teaching and learning.