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Cultures of Indigenous Diplomacy – A Digital Conference. Presentations Playlist



The Conference showcases reflections on themes linked to Dr Pedri-Spade’s work Material Kwe. The aim is to create space for interdisciplinary dialogue on intercultural expressions of diplomacy, through art and making, material culture including wampum, language and narration in Council speech, food, gender, and languages of law and sovereignty.

Presentations include:

Alex Jacobs-Blum, Lower Cayuga Nation of Six Nations of the Grand River Territory and German, “Finding my way back through visual storytelling”
Rick Powless, Six Nations, Red Seal Chef: "yakunhéhkwʌ: Our Sisters", a cooking demonstration of Haudenosaunee traditional foods
Susan Hill, Associate Professor, University of Toronto: “Haudenosaunee Women and Diplomacy”
Great Lakes Research Alliance (Heidi Bohaker, Alan Corbiere, Autumn Epple, Bradley Clements): “Great Lakes Diplomacy through Cultural Heritage”
Damien Lee, Anishinaabe from Fort William FN, Canada Research Chair in Biskaabiiyang and Indigenous Political Resurgence: “Asunjigun and Anishinaabe Political Theory”
Ken Parker, Seneca Nation, Indigenous horticulturalist and landscape professional: "Food Sovereignty and the Power of Indigenous Planting"
Naomi Recollet, Anishinaabe-kwe (Odawa/Ojibwe), Crane Clan from the Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory
Dale Turner, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto
Celeste Pedri-Spade, Associate Professor and Queen’s National Scholar in Indigenous Studies, Queen’s University


(2022). Cultures of Indigenous Diplomacy – A Digital Conference. Presentations Playlist. [Video]

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Publication Date 2022
Deposit Date Apr 1, 2022
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