Day 5 – Saturday

14 October 2017

Capitol Centre, North Bay

Time Event
8:30-9:00am Walk to Capitol Centre
9:00-10:00am Workshop:
Wendy Makoons Geniusz: “Working With Our Ancestors’ Teachings to Present Our Environmental Knowledge to the World”
10:00-10:30am Break
10:30-12:00pm Chair: Kirsten Greer
Frank Tough: “‘Try to visualize a million acres of marsh vegetation’: Manitoba’s New Deal to Rehabilitate Rodents (Ondatra zibethicus) of the Saskatchewan River Delta During the Great Depression”
Bob Wilson: “Improving the City, Sullying the Waters: Polluting Onondaga Lake in the Nineteenth Century”
Adam Csank: “Linking environmental and watershed histories with western development in the Truckee-Tahoe Basin”
Maria Lane: “Managing Water in Territorial-Era New Mexico: Hydraulic Expertise and the Science of Settlement”
12:00-1:00pm Lunch
1:00-3:00pm Chair: Arn Keeling
Katie Hemsworth: “Socio-biophysical soundscapes: Sonifying geographical research”
Laura Cameron and Matt Rogalsky: “Gunn’s ‘A Day in Algonquin Park’: settler colonial listening and erasure”
Rachel May, Jane Read, Philip Arnold: “Onondaga Lake: Finding a Restorative Center in Digital Space”
Pavlina Radia: “Unsettling Settler Universes and Posthuman Multiverses: Relational Ecologies of Arts and Science Collaborations”
3:00-4:30pm Break
4:30-6:30pm Viewing the film, After the Last River
Discussion: filmmaker Victoria Lean with Tanya Lukin Linklater
7:30pm Banquet