The 4th Annual Graduate Student Conference is fast approaching and AHGSS is pleased to announce our keynote speaker and welcome event schedule:
Join us on Friday March 4th 2016 for an Indigenous Walking Tour in downtown Ottawa with Jamie Koebel, followed by a guest tour of “Temporal Re-Imaginings” at Âjagemô with curator Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow.
$15 cash at the door
Location: Human Rights Monument on the corner of Elgin and Lisgar Streets.
please RSVP at ahgss.carleton.ca as space is limited. Open to Non-Panelists
We are also pleased to welcome our keynote speaker Dr. Charmaine Nelson from McGill University. Dr. Nelson is an accomplished author and is the recipient of several prestigious fellowships and appointments. Her research on nineteenth-century landscapes of Montreal and Jamaica as products of colonial discourse and imperial geography is the most recent of several valuable contributions to the fields of Race and Representation, the Visual Culture of Slavery, and Black Canadian Studies.
Saturday March 5th, 2016
Carleton University, Dunton Tower room 2017