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Dr. Erin Millions Nov 20
Delighted to have this out in the world now! Journal of the Canadian Historical Association v.29 no.1 With assists by & Sherry Farrell Racette. Thank you!
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Beyond the Spectacle Jan 2
Thank you to everyone who submitted for our conference, 'Indigenous Mobilities', which is taking place in Paris in June. We have returned from Christmas break to find a huge stack of proposals, and we can't wait to look through them all!
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Beyond the Spectacle Dec 20
NEW BLOG POST! Our Project Assistant, Josie Howl, writes about the 'Beyond the Spectacle' activities at the and how we got Norwich residents, young and old, to engage with the Indigenous histories of their city -
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Beyond the Spectacle Dec 19
Not long left to submit your abstract for our Paris conference in June - why not do it today?
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Beyond the Spectacle Dec 3
Only four weeks left to the deadline, so why not submit a proposal today?!
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Beyond the Spectacle Nov 15
Replying to @David_A_Chang
Conference keynotes: - (Kanaka Maoli) - Nika Collison (Haida) - Michael H. Crowe (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians)
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Beyond the Spectacle Nov 15
The new CFP for our 2020 conference is live! 'Indigenous Mobilities: Travelers Through the Heart(s) of Empire' will take place in Paris, 17-19 June next year. Check out the CfP here: and make sure you submit a proposal before 31 December!
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Dr. Kate Rennard Nov 13
CFP from : Indigenous Mobilities: Travelers Through the Heart(s) of Empire (Paris, June 17-19, 2020) Keynotes: David A. Chang (Kanaka Maoli), Nika Collison (Haida), Michael H. Crowe (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians) Deadline: Dec. 31, '19
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Dr. Erin Millions Nov 14
Looking for funding to get two of us from Canada to Paris (probably via London/Scotland for research) to the conference in June 2020. If you know of any funding sources/speaking opportunities in either place that might help get us there please DM me!
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Beyond the Spectacle Nov 11
Replying to @welshkate11
This material has been shared with us, and is introduced here, by Jesse's cousin, John Moses, of the Canadian Museum of History. John has been working closely with our Research Associate, , to develop our research into Indigenous servicemen in Britain
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Beyond the Spectacle Nov 11
NEW BLOG POST! On this we are sharing some of the correspondence of Trooper Jesse Moses (Delaware band, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory) who spent time in Britain with the Ontario Regiment (Tank) during the Second World War -
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Beyond the Spectacle Nov 1
NEW BLOG POST! discusses 's recent residency at the and his ongoing exhibition. '(Un)Named Maker', which runs until the end of the year! Read the post then go and see it!
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Beyond the Spectacle Oct 24
Our poster is up and we are primed for tomorrow's Technology Day - do drop by and see us, and find out how we're using walking tours to expose hidden histories of Indigenous presence in Britain!
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Beyond the Spectacle Oct 18
Replying to @beyondthespec
Members of the team will also be in attendance on Technology Day next Friday (25 Oct) to discuss our work in more detail, and answer any questions you might have!
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Beyond the Spectacle Oct 18
Starting today, we are at for the next week! Seek out our poster which explains how we have utilised to create walking tours which highlight the hidden Indigenous histories of British cities.
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Beyond the Spectacle Oct 14
NEW BLOG POST! Our Research Admin sums up all of our exciting activity from Year Two of the project: Find out what we've been working on (museums! walking tours! art!) and get a glimpse of what the future holds!
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Emily West Oct 12
So, so pleased to have presenting at bringing issues of indigenous studies, representation & decolonisation to our programme. Lovely intro from her colleague
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Beyond the Spectacle Oct 2
NEW BLOG POST! 'On Yoghurt, Rugby and Hitler' - if that eclectic mix of terms doesn't pique your interest, we're not sure what will! writes on the widespread and troubling cultural appropriation of Native American imagery:
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Prof. Jacqueline Fear-Segal Sep 22
Indigenous Americans served in the military at a rate higher than any other ethnic group
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Philip Hatfield Aug 5
Huge thanks to , , and for helping build an excellent day.
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