Carleton University Indigenous research conference includes session on challenging development
March 8, 2016
Challenging Development is part of the morning program (with session chair, Karen Green of Carleton University) at a day-long student-centered conference slated for Saturday, March 19. The session of most interest to our supporters will be held 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., and features these presentations:
- A Tale of Two Reconciliations in Environmental Planning: The Right to Say No to Development and the Enticement of a “Politics of Recognition” with Carolyn Laude, Carleton University
- Bewitching Continuities of Settler Colonialism: Philemon Wright, the Westeinde Brothers, and Dispossessing the Algonquin Nation, with William Felepchuk, Carleton University
- Systems Action Learning Research Finding (includes a study of the Chaudière Island condo proposal), with Ruston Fellows, Carleton University
The conference is free of charge (online registration required) and hosted by Carleton University’s Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (CIRCLE) and the Word Warrior Student Society. The theme of this year’s event is Aditawazi Nisoditadiwin: Reconciliation, Responsibilities & (Re) Creating Relationships. Keynote address will be by Billy-Ray Belcourt.