Sean Carleton will be at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie for two speaking events on March 23 and 24.
Carleton is a settler expert and an assistant professor in the departments of history and Indigenous studies at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Treaty 1 territory and the homeland of the Métis Nation, according to a news release.
He holds a BA and MA degrees in history from Simon Fraser University and a PhD from the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies at Trent University.
EVENT 1: Truth Before Reconciliation: How to Identify and Confront Residential School Denialism
Details: This event at 1 p.m. aims to raise awareness about residential school denialism focused towards residential school Survivors and their families and engage the broader community in issues pertaining to residential schools. Learn more about this event here.
EVENT 2: March Open House Lecture Series: Hayes Jenkinson Lecture, Sean Carleton presents "Lessons in Legitimacy: Colonialism, Capitalism, and the Rise of State Schooling in British Columbia."
Details: Carleton will present this year’s Hayes-Jenkinson Lecture and present his recent book Lessons in Legitimacy: Colonialism, Capitalism, and the Rise of State Schooling in British Columbia at 7 p.m. The Hayes-Jenkinson Memorial Lecture series is put on every second year by the departments of English and history and aims to bring renowned Canadian authors and historians to the community. Learn more about this event and register here.