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Virtual launch of the Canadian Journal of Film Studies

UPT Journal Press

JOIN US FOR THE VIRTUAL LAUNCH OF

Indigenous Cinema and Media in the Americas: Storytelling, Communities, and Sovereignties

 

AUGUST 13TH, 7PM

 

We are pleased to invite you to the virtual launch of the special issue of the Canadian Journal of Film Studies titled "Indigenous Cinema and Media in the Americas: Storytelling, Communities, and Sovereignties" (Spring 2020) to be held on August 13th, at 7pm (EST, summer daylight time), on Zoom as part of the 30th edition of the Montreal First People’s Festival Présence autochtone 

 

The virtual panel discussion will feature André Dudemaine (Innu), coeditor of the special issue and director of Montreal First People’s Festival Présence autochtone, as well as three of our contributors, namely Marion Konwanénhon Delaronde (Kanienʼkehá꞉ka), Tóta Tánon Ohkwá:ri’s lead director and puppeteer at the Kanien'kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language & Cultural Center (KORLCC), Karine Bertrand (Métisse Algonquin), assistant professor at Queen’s University, and Deborah Walker-Morrison (Māori), associate professor at the University of Auckland, New-Zealand. The virtual panel will be moderated by Isabelle St-Amand, coeditor of the special issue and assistant professor at Queen’s University.

This virtual launch is hosted by the University of Toronto Press, in partnership with the Montreal-based Indigenous cultural organization Terres en vues/LandsInSights and in collaboration with the Department of French Studies, the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, and the Elizabeth McKenzie Shemilt Fund in Indigenous Studies at Queen's University.  

 

About the Canadian Journal of Film Studies  

The Canadian Journal of Film Studies / Revue canadienne d'études cinématographiques is Canada's leading academic peer-reviewed film journal. We have published bi-annually since launching in 1990. CJFS / RCÉC publishes scholarly articles on film, television, and other audio-visual media. Subjects may be either Canadian or any other national or transnational cinema. We also publish reviews and review-essays of recent books in film and media studies.  

See the bilingual special issue at: https://www.utpjournals.press/toc/cjfs/29/1

 

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