Indigenous Literatures, Social Justice, and the Decolonial Library
The work of Indigenous writers is increasingly influential in and beyond the literary world, yet many librarians remain unsure of how best to engage Indigenous literatures and knowledge in ways that are both robust and respectful. This webinar will reflect on the settler-colonial legacies of libraries in North America while considering a model of the justice-centred "decolonial library" and its significance to Indigenous and settler readers alike.
Registration (link to display) http://www.choice360.org/
- Tuesday, August 21, 2018
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm