Indigenous Women and Settler Colonialism:
Why We Cannot Dismiss Our Connection to Non-Indigenous Women
A talk by Lee Maracle
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Lee Maracle, a member of the Sto:lo Nation, is the author of many award winning and critically acclaimed literary works: She is co-editor of a number of anthologies including the award winning My Home as I Remember. Maracle has published in some of the most prestigious anthologies and scholarly journals worldwide. She is Traditional Teacher for First Nations House at UofT and teaches in the Indigenous Studies program. She holds an honorary doctor of letters from St. Thomas University and is a Senior Fellow of Massey College, U of T. A recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal and the Order of Canada, Maracle has served as Distinguished Visiting Scholar at four universities. She holds three teaching awards and seven writing awards, including the Premier’s award for Excellence in the arts. Lee Maracle was a 2019 finalist for the prestigious Neustadt award, often referred to as the American Nobel.
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Event Sponsors: The Women & Gender Studies Institute – The Women and Gender Studies Student Union – New College