Anishinabek Rationality Podcast Series
For National Indigenous History Month, the IEJ project is featuring three Anishinabek kwe researchers in a special issue podcast series! The “Anishinabek Rationality” podcast series was recorded at the Roberts Graduate Conference: Canada on the Edge, Peoples, Places and Perspectives on May 2,3, 2019 at York University. This recorded panel explores the idea that Anishinabek knowledge is creating spaces to explore issues providing opportunities for collaboration on better environmental decision making. The knowledge of Anishinabek peoples provides a different insight into environmental issues and can change how we explore solutions for reconciliation. Special thanks to Dali Carmichael and Niibwin Mukwa for their contributions to this podcast. The introductory song is a Water song that was shared with a group of people after a sweat lodge on St. Joseph’s Island, Ontario.
This #AnishinabekRationality Podcast series consists of:
“Episode 1 – Introduction” featuring the IEJ’s Principal Investigator, Deborah McGregor. This episode provides the background information of the podcast series, with a brief introduction to the topics discussed in the following ups.
“Episode 2 – Anishinabek Women’s Nibi Kendaaswin” featuring Ogamauh annag qwe, Jaajuk Dodem, Sue Chiblow, Crane Clan, Garden River First Nation, Councillor, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. This episode highlights Sue’s life work, with a primary focus on Anishinabek Women’s water knowledge.
“Episode 3 – Anishinabek Food Sovereignty” featuring Jayce Chiblow, Garden River First Nation, MES Candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. This episode discusses Jayce’s Masters research project, highlighting her findings from working with youth in Garden River First Nation.
Special thanks to Elaine Coburn (panel moderator), Dali Carmichael (podcast creator) and Niibwin Mukwa (vocal artist) for their contributions to this podcast. The introductory song is a Water song that was shared with a group of people after a sweat lodge on St. Joseph’s Island, Ontario.