Indigenous Research Day

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Call For Proposals          

The University of Regina Research Office is pleased to host the second Indigenous Research Day on Thursday, October 26, 2017.  It will take place at the University of Regina and its three federated colleges (First Nations University of Canada, Campion College, and Luther College).

This is a a celebration of diversity and innovation in a move towards Indigenization on campus as expressed in our our 2015 - 2020 Strategic Plan peyak aski kikawinaw (we are one with mother earth). The content of the day will be determined by participants, but presentations could range from scientific research methods to literary analysis to creative expression, from community development to language teaching to law.

The conference organizers are seeking original work that showcases or is inspired by significant Indigenous content.  This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Indigenous peoples and their ways of knowing
  • Indigenous-centred research methodology
  • Indigenous culture, contemporary issues, histories and artworks.

Other topics or themes will also be considered.  The organizing committee invites, scholars, students, faculty members and community members connected to the University to submit proposals for:  Individual papers, panel sessions, posters, roundtables, workshops, film screening, artwork and performances.

All proposals (between 200-250 words) should be accompanied by a brief CV (or a brief statement of relevant experience in relation to your proposal) and be submitted to the Organizing Committee:  Indg.Day@uregina.ca by September 17, 2017.

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