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Event #1231

Roundtable “Building Transdisciplinary Relationships: Indigenous & German Studies”

When: 

Monday, June 3, 2019

14:00 - 16:00
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Where:
Geography Building - GEOG 200
Series:
Association events , Reconciliation events
Language: 
English | anglais

This roundtable explores the transdisciplinary ground between Indigenous Studies and German Studies. Guided by an understanding that the conversations around restoring relations must reach into all disciplines, participants will explore the role German Studies – its research, teaching, and institutions – can play in the overdue rethinking of the academy beyond its colonial, exclusionary, and racist legacies with a view toward transformative change. In thought papers and moderated discussion, an interdisciplinary group of Indigenous scholars and German Studies scholars will offer insight into how the transdisciplinary linkages between German and Indigenous Studies might create fruitful interchange that advocates for social justice actions while serving as one site of knowledge exchange.

Participants:
Natchee Barnd, Oregon State University
Bradley Boovy, Oregon State University
Joerg Esleben, University of Ottawa
Aubrey Hanson, University of Calgary & Maia Morris, University of Calgary
Renae Watchman, Mount Royal University

Organizers: Carrie Smith (University of Alberta), Markus Stock (University of Toronto), Renae Watchman (Mount Royal University)
Moderators: Carrie Smith (University of Alberta) & Markus Stock (University of Toronto)

Sponsored by Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies (https://www.utpjournals.press/loi/seminar)