Sonya Ataly "Repatriation, Reclaiming, and Indigenous Wellbeing: Braiding New Research Worlds"

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Centering Anishinaabe epistemologies and concepts of well-being, Dr. Sonya Atalay explores how reclaiming ancestral remains, traditional knowledge, Indigenous language, and sacred sites contribute to healing and well-being. This talk will discuss use of arts-based research and knowledge mobilization methods --including collaborative comics, storybaskets and counter mapping -- as part of Indigenous storywork. This work shows us that repatriation is a teacher, one that provides a model for imagining decolonial research futures.

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Wednesday, October 28 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm

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Lectures & Presentations

Event Topic

Academic, Research, Diversity & Inclusion, Religious & Spiritual, Global

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Students, Faculty, Staff

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Family and Friends

Cost

Free

Group
Weissman Center for Leadership
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