French Studies

Department of French Studies
Department of French Studies

Conférence d’André Dudemaine

L’histoire du festival Présence autochtone à Montréal
(en français)

Le jeudi 7 novembre 2019, de 13h à 14h00
Kingston Hall 308

Cette conférence s’inscrit dans le cadre du cours FREN 391 : Littérature autochtone francophone au Québec. Elle est présentée par le Queen’s Research Leaders’ Fund « Indigenous Stories through Changing Landscapes » et le Département d’études françaises.

Cette conférence prend aussi place dans l’événement « Indigenous Screen Cultures Across the Americas  », dont l’annonce se trouve ci-dessous.

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INDIGENOUS SCREEN CULTURES ACROSS THE AMERICAS

Thursday November 7th - Queen’s University

Re: Chancellor Dunning Trust Visitor, Dr. Amalia Córdova, Latinx Digital curator and researcher, Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Smithsonian.

Dear colleagues:

Thanks to an inter-departmental collaborative effort and the support of the Chancellor Dunning Trust Visitorship we are sending you advanced notice of the visit of Latinx digital curator at the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage Dr. Amalia Córdova. She is also a former Latin American specialist for the Film + Video Center of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York City.  She will be on campus from November 6thto 8th.  We would like to invite you to attend our events and bring your students.

INDIGENOUS SCREEN CULTURES ACROSS THE AMERICAS
Thursday November 7th - Queen’s University

GUEST LECTURE (in French)
by André Dudemaine (director, Montreal First Peoples Festival)
« L’histoire du festival Présence autochtone à Montréal »

André Dudemaine, membre de la nation innue, est directeur des activités culturelles de Terres en vue et titulaire d’un doctorat honoris causa de l’Université de Montréal.
1:00-2:30, Kingston Hall 308
Co-presented by the Queen’s Research Leaders’ Fund "Indigenous Stories through Changing Landscapes" and the Department of French Studies.

PANEL DISCUSSION (in English)
With Amalia CórdovaAndré Dudemaine, and Susan Lord 
Moderated by Isabelle St-Amand
2:30-4:00pm, Kingston Hall 204
Co-presented by Department of Film and Media, Cultural Studies, the Vulnerable Media Lab, the Queen’s Research Leaders’ Fund "Indigenous Stories through Changing Landscapes", and the Chancellor Dunning Trust Visitorship

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION (in English)
by Amalia Córdova (Smithsonian Institute)
“Decolonization on Curatorial Practices, on Reclaiming Spaces for Native and Indigenous Knowledge.”
7:00 to 9:00pm. Room 222 at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
Co-presented by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and from the Graduate Program in Film, Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies of the Department of Film and Media, and the Vulnerable Media Lab, and the Chancellor Dunning Trust Visitorship.

If you want more information, please contact Adonay Guerrero at agc3@queensu.ca or Isabelle St-Amand at isabelle.stamand@queensu.ca

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