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HIST 1715 “Looking at the Past” 13-episode podcast, 2021

Episode 13 Looks at Dayna Danger’s photography series Big’Uns with the scholarship and activism of Jas M. Morgan, and their 2017 “Kinship” issue of Canadian Art magazine.

HIST 1715 “Looking at the Past” drawing assignment

inspired by Micah Lexier’s A Minute of My Time (1997), as shown in Canadian Art’s 2020 feature “Canadian Art in the Time of Coronavirus”

Micah Lexier, A Minute of My Time (May 14, 1999 17:22 – 17:23), 1999. Paper, thread, pencil and rubber stamped ink, 21.5 x 27.9 cm. Courtesy Birch Contemporary.


After Micah Lexier…


HIST 5702 Art, Place & Popular Culture Honours Seminar Conference, 2017

  • Whiteness and Myths of Meritocracy
    • Moderated by Emily Wood, MA Candidate
      1. Henry Snyder, “White Is Money: Settler Colonialism and the Role of the Government of New Brunswick in Reinforcing Whiteness”
      2. Kevin Ouellette, “‘What Should White People Do?’: Dismantling the Historiography of Everyday White Privilege”
  • Black Freedom, Long Emancipation
    • Moderated by Carlie Manners, MA Candidate
      1. Zoe Jackson, “‘We’re Rooted Here and they Can’t Pull Us Up’: Tracing Settler Colonialism, Black Freedom, and Contested Space in the Maritimes, 1785-2018”
      2. Nicole Maxwell, “‘Policing Black Lives’: Canada and 150 Years of State Violence”
  • Indigenous Resistance to Settler Governance
    • Moderated by Emily McPherson, MA Candidate
      1. Samantha Godin, “Fishing for Equality: Mi’kmaq Treaty Rights and The Marshall Decision”
      2. Brittany Long, “‘The State is a Man’: Canada’s MMIWG National Inquiry”