Indigenous Speakers Series

The Indigenous Speakers Series is attended by faculty, staff, students and community members and is primarily geared towards research that focused on the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples.

Presentation themes include:

  • Data and data governance
  • Indigenous methodologies
  • Community strategies and resiliency
  • Language revitalization and regeneration
  • Identity and land relationships
Upcoming Events:

Stay tuned for the next ISS in 2016!

Past events:

March 2014: “Aboriginal Health Counts”

March 2015: “Visualizing Structure & Agency Through Social Network Analysis: A Postcolonial Case Study”

November 25, 2015: “Top Down vs. Community Driven: Indigenous Health Policy in Canada”