Day 3 – Thursday

12 October 2017

Thomson Room, Nipissing University Library, L210

Time Event
9:00-10:00am Chair: Mike DeGagne
Public Keynote:
Deborah McGregor: “Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Storytelling about the Earth”
Nipissing University Theatre
10:00-10:30am Break
10:30-12:00pm Chair: Bob Wilson
Simon Naylor: “Science and Settler Colonialism”
Nicole Latulippe: “‘You have to be careful when you give others the power to define these things’: Research, Indigenous knowledge, and the limits to knowing”
Vinita Damodaran: “Colonial Meteorological networks: Collecting cyclones and understanding the Monsoon, Indian and Australian teleconnections in the nineteenth century”
12:00-1:00pm Lunch (walk on the trails)
1:00-2:00pm Workshop:
Katrina Srigley and Lorraine Sutherland: Oral Histories
2:00-3:00pm Workshop:
Deborah McGregor: Towards Indigenous Research Agreements
3:00-3:30pm Break
3:30-4:30pm Workshop:
Brigitte Evering and James Wilkes: Beyond Interdisciplinarity: Constellating Indigenous and Eurocentric Knowledges/Sciences
4:30-5:30pm Guided Reflection and Discussion: Alan Lester
5:30-7:30pm Pizza and the Big Soccer Game
Robert J. Surtees Athletic Centre, Gym B/C