Episode 37: Celia Haig-Brown

Episode 37: Celia Haig-Brown

In Episode 37 Dr. Ng-A-Fook interviews Dr. Celia Haig-Brown a documentary filmmaker and Professor at York University. Dr. Haig-Brown draws on decolonizing approaches to share her insights on what we might learn from, and with, different First Nations communities. We discussed some of the following issues: Ukrainian-Russian conflict, COVID-19 Pandemic, lived experiences with Indigenous teacher education programs, teaching and learning with First Nations mothers, challenges of documentary filmmaking as SSHRC-funded research, Listening to the Land, Resistance and Renewal, collaborating with the Naskapi Nation and different filmmakers, film editing, decolonizing university research ethics policy and procedures, troubling non-Indigenous researchers positionalities, future collaborations with families who have intergenerational relations with the Kamloops Residential School, and so much more.

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