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‘Conference at Carleton Considers Champlain’s Place in Collective Memory’ – FASSinate

The colloquium was the subject of a story in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences annual newsletter, FASSinate. You can download the entire issue here, or click through the page images below.

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Jeff Thomas begins work with Carleton’s Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre

An update from Jeff Thomas: My project with the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre at Carleton is to utilize the centre’s work on the living and online Cybercartographic Atlas of Indigenous Perspectives and Knowledge for my photo-based work with the Samuel de Champlain monument and by extension, my personal mapping project entitled “Scouting for Indians.” My project will be […]

Video of Keynote Address, “Champlain in the Anishinabe Aki: Histories and Memories of a Meeting Between Peoples

Thursday September 19, 2013 at Carleton University Introduced by Professor Dominique Marshall, Chair of the Department of History, Carleton University Chair: Mallory Whiteduck Speakers: Mickaël Augeron: History, Université de La Rochelle: Champlain, acteur et témoin de l’expansion maritime et coloniale française (in French) Chief Kirby Whiteduck, Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation Chief Gilbert Whiteduck, Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg

Au sujet du colloque / About the Colloquium

Le colloque, qui se tiendra sur deux jours (sept 19-20), réunira des chercheurs, des intervenants patrimoniaux et des gestionnaires de politique culturelle. En ce 400e anniversaire du premier voyage de Champlain dans la Région de la Capitale nationale, ils réfléchiront à la place de Champlain dans la mémoire collective et aux célébrations soulignant cet anniversaire. […]