Presentation Title

How the Ripple Got Me

Format of Presentation

15-minute lecture to be presented the Saturday of the conference

Presenter Information

Tara-Lynn L. WilsonFollow

Location

IB 1010

Start Date

30-3-2019 1:45 PM

End Date

30-3-2019 2:00 PM

Abstract

This presentation shares a story of how colonialism and its tools have impacted the lives of First Nations people across time and space. By using a mix of ethnographic fiction and creative non-fiction, the presentation combines stories inspired by the author's own lived experiences, stories of friends and family, academic learning, and hopes for a more unified future for this country called Canada. The stories expressed through various characters set in particular moments throughout history explain “How the Ripple Got Me.”

Department

Sociology and Anthropology

Faculty Advisor

Lisa Cooke

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Mar 30th, 1:45 PM Mar 30th, 2:00 PM

How the Ripple Got Me

IB 1010

This presentation shares a story of how colonialism and its tools have impacted the lives of First Nations people across time and space. By using a mix of ethnographic fiction and creative non-fiction, the presentation combines stories inspired by the author's own lived experiences, stories of friends and family, academic learning, and hopes for a more unified future for this country called Canada. The stories expressed through various characters set in particular moments throughout history explain “How the Ripple Got Me.”