Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures


Languages, Literatures and Cultures


Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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Camille Georgeson-Usher

Pronouns: she/her

Teaching Fellow 

Research Interests: Urban Indigenous methods of Gathering, Contemporary Indigenous Arts and Curatorial Practices, Urban Space and History, Indigenous Hip Hop and Urban Culture, Decolonial Research Methodologies

Office: Kingston Hall 404
Office hours: Wednesdays 3pm - 5pm


Ph.D. in Cultural Studies, Queen’s University, ABD.
M.A. in Art History, Concordia University, 2017.
B.A. in Art History and Studio Arts, Concordia University, 2015.


Camille Georgeson-Usher is a Coast Salish / Sahtu Dene / Scottish scholar, artist, and writer from Galiano Island, BC, the land of the Pune’laxutth’ (Penelakut) Nation. She is a PhD candidate in the Cultural Studies department at Queen’s University where she is looking to better understand how Indigenous protocols from different nations intersect in urban centres through a research-creation process. She is interested in looking at the many ways in which Indigenous peoples come together in urban space, the stories that contribute to and build place through time, and acts of mark making through the example of street/public art practices as a type of gathering.


INDG 301 001: Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Hip Hop as Reclamation