Like Paddling Upstream: Indigenous History and Curriculum Structures in Canadian University History Departments

Published on March 1, 2022

In January, the Department of History at the University of Manitoba and the CHA Indigenous History Group co-sponsored an online roundtable on Indigenization and history curriculum. The event was entitled, “Like Paddling Upstream: Indigenous History and Curriculum Structures in Canadian University History Departments.” The roundtable featured members from the University of Winnipeg (UW) History Department Indigenization Committee – including Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum, Dr. Roland Bohr, Dr. Jason Yaremko, Dr. Karen Froman, and Dr. Ben Nobbs-Thiessen – as well as Dr. Sean Carleton as moderator. Rooted in the recent experiences of UW’s committee, participants spoke about a number of initiatives and the challenges and opportunities that will be of interest to others engaged in curriculum review and Indigenization in university History departments.

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