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Weweni Indigenous Scholars Speakers Series

Indigenous UWinnipeg


Photo of Dr. Jennifer Walker

Dr. Jennifer Walker - September 23, 2019

Photo of Dr. Margaret Noodin

Dr. Margaret Noodin - October 9, 2019

Photo of Dr. Karyn Recollet

Dr. Karyn Recollet - November 13. 2019

Photo of Dr. Karla Jessen Williamson

Dr. Karla Jessen Williamson - January 22, 2020

Photo of Dr. Priscilla Settee

Dr. Priscilla Settee - February 12, 2020

Photo of Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale

Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale - March 11, 2020

The Weweni Indigenous Speakers Series


The Office of Indigenous Affairs invites distinguished Indigenous scholars to share current research with the University of Winnipeg campus and community. The events are hosted by the Academic Lead of Indigenous Affairs, are free, and open to the public. 

Below are links to this year's invited guests and links to past speakers. 

2019-2020

Photo of Dr. Adrienne Keene

September 23, 2019
Dr. Jennifer Walker
Indigenous Data and Research
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


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October 9, 2019
Dr. Margaret Noodin
Gijigijigaaneshiinh Gikendaan (What the Chickadee Knows): Anishinaabe Philosophy in Poetry
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


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November 13, 2019
Dr. Karyn Recollet
“For future landings/when we are always on the move”: Indigenous Urban Land-ing as Theory
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


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January 22, 2020
Dr. Karla Jessen Williamson
Indigenous Knowledge and Heavens
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


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February 12, 2020
Dr. Priscilla Settee
The Impact of Climate Change and Environmental Degradation on Indigenous Knowledge Systems: What You Should Know
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


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March 11, 2020
Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale
Indigenous Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Possibilities for Decolonial Futures
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Convocation Hall


Click here for profiles and videos of past Weweni Lectures.

Past Weweni Indigenous Scholars Speakers include lectures ranging on a variety of topics from art, education, history language revitalization, Indigenous laws, and reconciliation.