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Speaker Series - Julie Kapyrka - What's Going On: Ontario Archaeology


The Gaming Revenue Fund proudly presents...

Julie Kapyrka as part of the Curve Lake First Nation Speaker Series

Julie completed a B.A. Hons. and M.A. in Anthropology, and her PhD, in Indigenous Studies, at Trent University. She also received a B.Ed. from University of Western Ontario focusing on multicultural education and taught in several Peterborough area high schools. She has worked as a sessional instructor for the School of Education and Professional Learning and the Indigenous Environmental Studies (IES) Program, both at Trent University. Julie has developed several courses for both Fleming College and Trent University that highlight Indigenous perspectives within environmental and archaeological settings. Her interests focus on relationship building between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples and their respective systems of knowledge as well as research ethics and protocol within Indigenous contexts. Julie prides herself on her ethic of inclusivity and strives to work with Elders and Traditional Knowledge Keepers on collaborative writing projects.

Wednesday March 8th, 2017
Community Centre - #20 Whetung Street, Curve Lake, ON K0L1R0
Dinner: 5:00 pm, Presentation: 6:00 pm
Maximum of 50 seats available


To reserve your seat(s) or for more information, please contact

Melissa Dokis
Lands Resource Consultation Liaison
Curve Lake First Nation
Tel: 705-657-8045 ext 239
Email: MelissaD@curvelake.ca


Kaitlin Hill 
Lands Resource Consultation Liaison
Curve Lake First Nation
Tel: 705-657-8045 ext 222
Email: KaitlinH@curvelake.ca