Taiaiake Alfred Public Lecture

Monday, September 17, 2012

2012 Lecture: Power/Society/Environment -- Pouvoir/Société/Environnement
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“UNNATURAL DISASTER: THE PSYCHOPHYSICAL EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM”

Université d’Ottawa, jeudi 20 septembre 2012, 16h00, ART509

Taiaiake Alfred est professeur au Département de science politique et à l’Indigenous Governance Program de l’Université de Victoria. Écrivain, activiste et intellectuel de renommée internationale, il s’est spécialisé dans la gouvernance autochtone, les stratégies de décolonisation et la restauration des pratiques traditionelles. Il est auteur de nombreuses publications dont Wasáse (Broadview, 2005); Peace, Power, Righteousness (Oxford University Press, 1999/2009); et Heeding the Voices of Our Ancestors (Oxford University Press, 1995). Pour en savoir plus, veuillez


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TAIAIAKE ALFRED

“UNNATURAL DISASTER: THE PSYCHOPHYSICAL EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM”

University of Ottawa, Thursday 20 September 2012, 4PM, ART509

Taiaiake Alfred is a Professor in Indigenous Governance and in the Department of Political Science at the University of Victoria. A specialist in studies of traditional governance, the restoration of land-based cultural practices, and decolonization strategies, he is an indigenous intellectual of international renown and the author of many scholarly publications and writings, including Wasáse (Broadview, 2005); Peace, Power, Righteousness (Oxford University Press, 1999/2009); and Heeding the Voices of Our Ancestors (Oxford University Press, 1995). To read more see his website: http://taiaiake.posterous.com


All are invited to attend. For more information contact: Darcy Ingram, Department of History: dingram@uottawa.ca




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