We are delighted to announce that on Monday, January 20th, Dr. Lana Ray will be visiting CQ from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario to give the following seminar
Reconsidering the “TRC” in the Critical: Engaging with Critical Methodologies in the Era of Truth and Reconciliation
In this talk, Dr. Ray engages with Anishinaabe theoretical perspectives to critically examine emancipatory frameworks for health research. Specifically, drawing from Anishinaabe storywork, governance teachings, and lessons learned from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission she explores the capacity of critical approaches to engage in conversation with Indigenous thought, key tenets of Indigenous critical approaches and their implications for research practice.
And on Tuesday, February 25th, CQ Fellow Dr. Janet Parsons, along with Dr. Clara Juando-Prats, and Natalie Baker, will be leading a seminar on the following topic
Mind the (methodological) gap: A journey into qualitative/quantitative interpretive spaces
Both seminars will take place in the Health Sciences Building, room HS208 and will run from 12:00-1:30 PM. Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there!
For full details check out our Upcoming Speakers page