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LAW, COMMUNITY, AND JUSTICE: INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES
40th Anniversary Meeting of the Canadian Section of the IVR
Registration for Online Meeting: May 26-27, 2022
Register here and get FREE access. We are delighted to have four Indigenous Scholars representing Indigenous perspectives.
Thursday, May 26th, 2022
12:00 - 2:00 PM EDT Panel with:
Dale Turner, Political Science, University of Toronto: "Indigenous Spirituality and the Limits of Language"
Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark, Indigenous Governance, University of Victoria: TBA
Friday, May 27th, 2022
Keynote: 12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT
John Borrows, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, University of Victoria: “Learning Anishinaabe Philosophy from Nimishomis (my grandfather)”
6:00 - 7:30 PM EDT
Naiomi Metallic, Chancellor’s Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University: “The Relationship between Canada and Indigenous Peoples: Where are we?”
We strongly encourage registrants to donate to INDSPIRE, an official charity specializing in Indigenous scholarships. A link will be in your confirmation email. For our records, please make your donation on behalf of the CS-IVR, in honour of the invited speakers.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP SESSIONS
In addition to the public lectures, CS-IVR members will meet to discuss papers circulated in advance. Twelve papers on the theme of the conference will be presented virtually on May 26-27. We encourage you to join and participate. Please contact us at email@example.com.The annual CS-IVR membership fee ($20) is waived for students this year. A list of authors and titles will be posted the CS-IVR website.
Zoom Link will be sent shortly before the conference.
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List of Abstracts
- Nancy Doubleday, "Standing Ground for Common Ground: Choices about Positionality in
Truth and Reconciliation" (file)
- Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora, "Indigenous Legal Orders as Law" (file)
- Michael Giudice and Xavier Scott, "Reconciliation and the Living Tree Metaphor" (file)
- Fernando Lennertz, "MONDRAGON as an alternative business firm model for providing water services in Indigenous reserves" (file)
- Corey McKibbin, "Constitution as Ecosystem: Revisiting the Living Tree Metaphor" (file)
- Khalid M’Seffar, "Rethinking the (Aboriginal) Paradigm of the Dangerous Offender" (file)
- Jorge Sanchez-Perez, "Bound by Other Means: Political Communities and the Overcoming of the Notion of the State" (file)
- Arjun Sawhney, "Policing in the Age of Algorithms" (file)
- Daniel Sherwin, "Territorial Rights and Grounded Authority" (file)
- Paul Simard-Smith, "Structural Injustice in the Canadian Legal Order" (file)
- Sandra Tomsons, "Responsibility for All-My-Relations or Private Property in Land?" (file)
- Ignatius Yankey and Temitope Tunbi Onifade, "Behind the Doors: Inclusion and Exclusion of Indigenous Peoples and other Vulnerable Communities in the Pan-Canadian Carbon Pricing Policymaking" (file)
- Comment on Sherwin (Giudice) (file)
- Commentary on M’Seffar (Ramsoomair) (file)
- Commentary on Nancy Doubleday (McKibben) (file)
- Commentary on Sanchez-Perez (Ramsay) (file)
- Commentary on papers by Tomsons and M'Seffar (Moser) (file)
- Comments on Sawhney (Ashfield) (file)
- Comments on Tomsons (Brett) (file)
- Corey McKibbin's Constitution as Ecosystem Commentary by Xavier Scott (file)
- McKibbin Constitution as Ecosystem Commentary by Ben Nelson (file)
- Shiner comment on M'Seffar (file)
- Shiner comment on Sawhney (file)
NOTE: Link to the original call for papers..