All posts tagged CHESS2017

Forest at Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. Source: Sean Kheraj, 2017

Settlers Choosing The Sad and Happy Stories: Peeling Ceremony, Relations, and Pain Away From Indigenous Sovereignties

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. I am interested in […]

Battle for the Woodlands

Undoing the Colonial Myth of “Firsting”

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. Author’s note: Please be aware […]

Maple at Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Collaborative Landscapes

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. I am still digesting […]

Conferring with Experts. People: Catherine Tammaro, Katie Labelle, Carolyn Podruchny

Walking Backwards with Bad Knees Through Land and History: Seven Lessons in Decolonizing

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. Excited to be […]

Keitha Keeshig-Tobias, "Residential School 2016" Woodland Cultural Center Art Gallery

Reconnaître la culture et le langage autochtone inscrits dans le territoire

Note de l’éditeur: Cet article fait partie d’une série de réflexions de CHESS 2017. Vous pouvez trouver tous les articles ici. En donnant le coup d’envoi à l’école d’été CHESS 2017, […]

Map of Toronto "Purchase," City of Toronto Archives

An American in Indigenous Ontario

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. How surprising and […]

Blueberries growing near the site of the Kam Kotia Mine disaster (Timmins, Ontario). Photo by author

Mining History and Hope

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. Mining and First […]

Reconstructed longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area

The Reconstructed Longhouse and Environmental History

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. CHESS field schooling […]

"Kiinwi Dabaadjmowin" mural at Lloyd S. King Elementary School.

CHESS 2017 Reflections: Acknowledging People and the Land

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. CHESS 2017 felt […]

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CHESS 2017 Keynote Address: Bonnie Devine, “Claims, Names, and Allegories”

NiCHE (the Network in Canadian History & Environment) is very pleased to announce Professor Bonnie Devine’s keynote address on “Claims, Names, and Allegories”, on Wednesday, 31 May 2017, at 7.30 […]

Crawford Lake. Source: Perry Quan, Flickr

Call for Participants: CHESS 2017 Gender and Indigenous Landscapes

Host Institution: York University, Toronto, Ontario ***Applications due: October 16, 2016*** Online Application Form http://niche-canada.org/chess2017 The Network in Canadian History and Environment is pleased to invite applications for the 2017 […]