BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Centre for Learning and Teaching//Events Calendar//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20230330T060718Z DTSTART:20211015T170000Z DTEND:20211015T180000Z SUMMARY:A Seat at the Table: Making Space for Indigenous Epistemologies in the Academy DESCRIPTION:October 15\, 2021\n2 -3 p.m. Atlantic\nOnline via Teams Live Events\nHow do we create space for Indigenous epistemologies in the academy?\nWeaving personal lived experiences with her research and academic writing\, Dr. Sheila Cote-Meek speaks about her experience moving through the post-secondary education system. She\, like many Indigenous scholars\, researchers and students faced/face many challenges in navigating the academy. Strategies are shared on how we can mobilize and facilitate real change that extends beyond good intentions.\nBooks:\nCote-Meek\, S. (2014). Colonized Classrooms: Racism\, Trauma and Resistance in Postsecondary Education. Halifax\, NS: Fernwood.\nMoeke-Pickering\, T.\, Cote-Meek\, S. & Pegoraro\, A. (eds.) (2020). Critical Reflections and the Politics of Advancing Women in the Academy. Hershey\, PA: IGI Global.\nCote-Meek\, S. & Moeke-Pickering\, T. (eds.) (2020). Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education\nin Canada. Toronto\, ON: Canadian Scholars.\nPost-secondary educators across the Atlantic Region are invited to attend Dr. Cote-Meek’s talk and are encouraged to attend the book club that will follow.\nLearning from and among Indigenous scholars to gather and mobilize active\, engaged change agents\, creating space for reframing and decolonizing postsecondary education systems\, policies\, and regulations will contribute to a new vision and valuing of new ways forward. \nThis talk and the book club that will follow invite participants to stand with and among Indigenous scholars by advocating for transformative change at academic tables.\nPresented by:\nDalhousie University\nMount Saint Vincent University\nSaint Mary's University URL: UID: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR