CSWIP19: Keynote and Events
Dr. Margaret Robinson
an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University ‑ (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Margaret Robinson is a bisexual and two-spirit scholar from Eski'kewaq, Nova Scotia, and a member of the Lennox Island First Nation. Her work examines the impact of intersecting oppressions and draws on critical, postcolonial, and queer theories, intersectionality, and third wave feminism. She has been a community-based researcher since 2009, incorporating participatory, action-based, feminist, and Indigenous research methods.
The title of Dr. Robinson's Keynote talk is “Tofu Protectors? What Indigenous Women have to do with Food Sovereignty”.
University of Guelph Organic Farm Tours with Karen Houle
Sunday afternoon (October 27th)
Time and meeting location: 1:00 in the lobby of McLaughlin Library
We ask that you register for this event here on our Eventbrite page, so that Karen has a sense of numbers of participants.
Public Lecture by Dr. Kyle Whyte at University of Waterloo.
Professor and Timnick Chair in the Humanities in the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University, Dr. Whyte is known for his environmental activism and Indigenous philosophy, Title: “Not Done Critiquing Wilderness Areas, National Pars & Public Lands.” Time: Thursday October 24,
Link to event page: https://uwaterloo.ca/philosophy/events/public-talk-brian-rudrick-visiting-scholar-kyle-whyte
McLaughlin Library Cookbook Collection Tour
Saturday October 26th
Meeting location: TBA
Book Tables (McLaughlin Library and Broadview Press)
Throughout the conference
McLaughlin Library Room 249
The Grand River Watershed: A Folk Ecology (Book Launch and Live Music)
Sunday October 27th, 7pm
Bookshelf (Downtown Guelph)