Guest Lecture: Orenda Boucher Visits POLI 372

On Wednesday, January 20th, POLI 372 (Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian State) welcomes Orenda Boucher, Kanien’kehá:ka, as an invited guest speaker!

Orenda will be providing an additional voice and Kanien’kehá:ka perspectives to the ongoing conversations in the class surrounding Indigenous governance and legal structures.


Anti-Racist and Decolonial Work in the Academy and Beyond: Registration Open

Registration for the upcoming talks in the Department of English’s Speaker Series has opened. To learn more about this series and ISCEI’s involvement, check out our previous post about it here. These talks are free but require an RSVP, if you would like to register, please follow the links below!


Vicky Boldo (Cree/Métis), Autumn Godwin (nehithaw iskwew), Laurence Lainesse (white settler): “Collective Resistance & Solidarity: Creating Social and Decolonial Change” (January 27, 3-5pm EST)

Register to attend this talk here


Kim TallBear (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate): “Diversity v. Decolonization in the Academy” (February 9, 5-6pm EST)

Register to attend this talk here

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