Context for the Symposium

Please use the shared google doc for collective note taking here The Indigenous New Media Symposium will be a two-day event held on the traditional territory of the WSÁNEĆ (Saanich), Lkwungen (Songhees), Wyomilth (Esquimalt) peoples of the Coast Salish Nation as part of the 2018 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI). The symposium will be a […]

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Unless noted otherwise, all SINM events will be held in the Hickman auditorium, room 105 Please use the shared google doc for collective note taking here June 10, 2018 9:00am-11:00am—Breakfast (MacLaurin lobby) and Registration 11:00am—Welcome and Territory Acknowledgement (Scott Sam)  11:30am—Introduction to SINM (David Gaertner and Jordan Abel); introduction to Indigenous Radio Collective (Autumn Schnell […]

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Presenter Bios and Abstracts

Jordan Abel is a Nisga’a writer from BC. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD at Simon Fraser University where his research concentrates on intergenerational trauma and Indigenous literature. Abel’s creative work has recently been anthologized in Best Canadian Poetry (Tightrope), The Land We Are: Artists and Writers Unsettle the Politics of Reconciliation (Arbiter Ring), and […]

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Indigitization Workshop

The Indigitization workshop at the Indigenous New Media Symposium invites you to learn about Indigenous community approaches to cultural heritage media management and community archiving. Members of the Indigitization team will share how institutions such as academies can develop programs that respond to systemic barriers and challenge expectations/ operational “norms” to deliver relevant, capacity-building resources […]

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We would like to thank our partners for making this event possible:     Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.   Digital Humanities Summer Institute University of British Columbia, First Nations and Indigenous Studies Program Simon Fraser University Department of First Nations Studies Indigitization CiTR Radio unceded airwaves   

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