Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

Castleden Participates in Panel Discussion on Reconciliation and Humanities and Social Science Research

2017-06-07T13:54:51+00:00

HEC Lab Director Dr. Heather Castleden recently participated in a panel discussion for the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). The panel, titled, Wise Research Practices: Reconciliation and HSS Research, was monitored by Dr. Peter H. Russel (University of Toronto) and hosted by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The panel was an interdisciplinary session that featured presentations from three leading thinkers - Dr. Margaret Kovach (University of Saskatchewan), Dr. Chelsea Gabel (McMaster University), and Dr. Heather Castleden (Queen's University) - each of whom explored how HSS scholars could ensure that their research respects and engages Indigenous perspectives and [...]

Castleden Participates in Panel Discussion on Reconciliation and Humanities and Social Science Research 2017-06-07T13:54:51+00:00

The HEC Lab at the CAG Conference

2017-06-07T13:44:53+00:00

HEC Lab Director, Dr. Heather Castleden, along with PhD Candidate Vanessa Sloan Morgan, and Master of Arts Candidate Marc Calabretta, traveled to York University in Toronto, Ontario to engage in academic discussions regarding their respective research. Heather Castleden chaired a round table session in which Vanessa Sloan Morgan was a participant. The session, titled, Making Space for Community: A Discussion on Community-Based Research in the Neoliberalized Academy also featured Sarah Wakefield (University of Toronto), Luisa Veronis (University of Ottawa), Jon Corbett (UBC Okanagan), and Zoe Meletis (University of Northern British Columbia). Marc Calabretta gave a presentation titled, Ancient Spirit, Modern Mind: Documenting Huu-ay-aht First [...]

The HEC Lab at the CAG Conference 2017-06-07T13:44:53+00:00

New Publication in Settler Colonial Studies for Vanessa Sloan Morgan

2017-06-07T13:32:12+00:00

The HEC Lab's Vanessa Sloan Morgan had her article published in Settler Colonial Studies. Her article, titled,  Moving from rights to responsibilities: Extending Hannah Arendt’s critique of collective responsibility to the settler colonial context of Canada, is available in full at: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/9p7zUryjKYfzPipm7DEm/full  Congratulations Vanessa!

New Publication in Settler Colonial Studies for Vanessa Sloan Morgan 2017-06-07T13:32:12+00:00