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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2019
DR. JOYCE GREEN SYMPOSIUM
Joint event in the Centre for Feminist Research Indigenous Women’s Speakers Series
& the Faculty of Health Indigenous Lecture Series on Decolonising Health
Co-organized by Drs. Elaine Coburn (International Studies, Glendon) and Sean Hillier (Health)
Open to graduate students and junior faculty; limited space available
York University – Keele Campus. You will receive the room # with your RSVP confirmation
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1-3PM: Dr. Joyce Green keynote + Q&A
Light refreshments provided starting 12.45PM
Open to all
Second Student Centre, Second Floor Convention Hall
York University – Keele Campus
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Please contact CFR Coordinator Julia Pyryeskina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the speaker:
Dr. Joyce Green is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Regina.
She has taught in the fields of Canadian politics, women and politics, and Native studies. Her research interests have focused on issues of decolonization in Canada, and of democracy in Canada. Most recently she has been preoccupied with the project of Indigenizing the university and with reconciliation problematics. Her published work has dealt with Indigenous-state relations; Indigenous feminism; citizenship, identity, and racism in Canada’s political culture; Indigenous human rights and with reconciliation in Canada. She is the editor of Making Space for Indigenous Feminism (Fernwood Publishing and Zed Books, 2007; 2nd. ed 2017) and of Indivisible: Indigenous Human Rights (Fernwood Publishing 2014).
Dr. Green is of English, Ktunaxa, and Cree-Scottish Metis descent, and her family’s experiences have provoked much of her scholarly and political work. She currently lives in ʔa·kiskaqⱡi?it, in ʔamak̓is Ktunaxa (Cranbrook, B.C., in Ktunaxa territory).
Department of Equity Studies, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Office of the Dean-Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Program in Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought, York Indigenous Teaching and Learning Fund, Glendon Indigenous Affairs Council.