“What is a Guest? What is a Settler?”: Ruth Koleszar-Green Guest Lectures INDG 200

On Friday the 9th of October, the students from INDG 200 Introduction to Indigenous Studies welcomed Kanien’kehá:ka professor Ruth Koleszar-Green, from York University, to learn more about what is a guest and what is a settler and to understand further their responsibilities, as students of Indigenous studies, whether they are Indigenous or not.

Ruth Koleszar-Green is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at York University. Ruth uses She/her pronouns. She is the co-chair of the Indigenous Council at York University and the Special Advisor to the President on Indigenous Initiatives.

You can read professor Koleszar-Green’s paper on the subject here: Ruth Koleszar-Green. 2018. “What is a Guest? What is a Settler?” Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry, Fall 2018, 10(2): pp.166-177. https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/cpi/index.php/cpi/article/view/29452/21463

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