“Decolonization: Space, Politics, and Knowledge”
This year’s ATLIS conference, “Decolonization: Space, Politics and Knowledge,” will offer engaging presentations encouraging the push back of oppressive, (neo)colonial systems through grassroots knowledge and solidarity building.
This year’s conference will feature a panel discussion composed of Elsipogtog Elder, Noel Milliea, Mount Allison’s Indigenous Affairs Coordinator, Doreen Richard, along with Jenna Gaudet, Emma Hassencahl and Spencer Issac of the Indigenous Support Group followed by a reception to be held at the President’s house and a social event off campus. Saturday will be full of student presentations, followed by a keynote speech presented by Harsha Walia.
Thursday, January 28th
8:00pm: Board Games and Beer at T&L
Friday, January 29th
6:30pm – 8:00pm: Panel Discussion (Avard Dixon 111)
8:15pm – 9:15pm: Reception at the President’s house
9:30pm – onwards: Social Event (81 Salem)
Saturday, January 30th
10:30am – 3:30pm: Student Presentations (Dunn 106)
6:30pm – 8:00pm: Harsha Walia Keynote Presentation (Owen’s Art Gallery)
Sunday, January 31st
11:00am: Question and answer session with Harsha Walia