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SPR Rethinking Productivity Speaker Series Social Policy Research Unit (SPR)

Summary: SPR Rethinking Productivity Speaker Series
Social Policy Research Unit (SPR)
Faculty of Social Work
University of Regina
Healing Begins When the Wounding Stops:
Reflections on the Dynamics of `Truth and Reconciliation' in Native North America
Thursday March 13, 2008
7:30 p.m.
Education Auditorium
University of Regina
Free Admission and Free Parking in Lots 14 M and 15M
Ward Churchill is a prolific American Indian scholar/activist, a member of the Rainbow Coalition
Council of Elders and the leadership council of the American Indian Movement of Colorado. In
addition to his numerous works on indigenous history, he has written extensively on U.S. foreign
policy and the repression of political dissent.
Five of his more than 20 books have received human rights writing awards. Former Chair of the
Ethnic Studies Department until July 2007, Churchill was a tenured Professor of American Indian
Studies at the University of Colorado/Boulder, where he received numerous awards for his
teaching and service.


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics