Edward Said’s examination of Orientalism started the conversation. It continues here with a discussion of settler colonialism in a global context and how here in Canada we can think more critically about decolonialization, and the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission report.
The speakers are Dr. Lorenzo Veracini, a specialist on colonial systems and settler colonialism from the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia; and Dr. Allyson Stevenson, a Métis Professor of International Studies at the University of Regina.
Moderating the 60-minute talk is Dr. Maurice Jr. Labelle, assistant professor, University of Saskatchewan
This is the keynote event of L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History’s International Workshop on Post-Orientalism/Atelier international sur le post-orientalisme.