November 1 - 7, 2020
Dr. Alan Ojiig Corbiere
Thursday, November 5
5:15 - 6:15 pm
In honour of Treaties Recognition Week, you are invited to attend a lecture by Dr. Alan Ojiig Corbiere, Bne Doodem (Ruffed Grouse clan), M'Chigeeng First Nation. Dr. Corbiere is an Assistant Professor at York University in the History Department and has conducted archival, oral history and museological research. He has curated exhibits and developed Anishinaabemowin curriculum. His doctoral dissertation, “Anishinaabe Treaty-Making in the 18th- and 19th-Century Northern Great Lakes: From Shared Meanings to Epistemological Chasms,” traces the evolution of Anihsinaabe treaty-making process through diplomatic language and material culture.
This lecture is part of the Indigeneity, Inclusion and Equity (IIE) Series hosted by the Queen’s Faculty of Education and supported by the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs.
Treaty Resources for K-12 Educators
In 2016, Ontario passed legislation declaring the first week of November as Treaties Recognition Week. This annual event honours the importance of treaties and encourages all residents of Ontario and Turtle Island to learn more about treaty rights, relationships, and responsibilities. Through education, we can create a greater understanding of the role we all play in upholding treaty rights.
Learn more about Treaties in our Treaty Reource Guide, developed by Indigenous Teacher Education Program Coordinator, Liv Rondeau.
Resources from the Education Library
The Education Library is featuring a virtual gallery of children’s, young adult, and academic books on the history and importance of treaties. You can also find video stories by Indigenous Elders and knowledge keepers, and register for the virtual We Are All Treaty People event on November 6, hosted by the Government of Ontario.