September 26-29, there will be a symposium, “Challenging Barriers of Expression and Promoting Social Change: Interdisciplinary Conversations on Power, Activism, and the Academy,” at Traill College in Nogojiwanong (Peterborough). Steering committee member Jenn Cole has been a part of organizing the symposium. On Thursday, September 27th, Aging Activisms will be hosting a panel about methodology and the process of intergenerational digital storytelling in the Stories of Resista
In the fall of 2018, in partnership with anya gwynne and the Peterborough AIDS Resource Network (PARN), we will be bringing together local LGBTQ2IA+ community members of different ages to share their stories and create digital media capsules. Together, we will work through a process of interviewing and photographing each other, creating visuals, and editing an archive of our diverse stories. We will reflect on our different experiences as members of LGBTQ2IA+ communities in
We made a book! Come and celebrate with us in Nogojiwanong (Peterborough) on October 27th, from 2-4pm, at Bagnani Hall (Traill College, 310 London St). TAll are welcome! We will celebrate together with an afternoon of subversive poetry and performance, and delicious snacks. Will have books for sale too. All royalties will go to the Peterborough Sacred Water Circle.
Our first Intersections seminar for this academic year will take place on November 6th from 12 to 2 pm in the Gathering Space, Gzowski College. We are thrilled welcome Michelle Lorna Nahanee to Trent, speaking on "SÍNULHKAY AND LADDERS, A DECOLONIZING METHODOLOGY ROOTED IN SQUAMISH WAYS OF KNOWING." Nahanee is a creative director, critical communications scholar and Indigenous change maker. With 20+ years of professional experience in graphic design and communications, she me