Virtual Talk with Dr. Shauneen Pete: “Re-storying Higher Education: Toward Indigenous Resurgence & Settler Decolonization”

Friday February 4, 2022
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Online via Zoom

“Re-storying Higher Education: Toward Indigenous Resurgence & Settler Decolonization”
with Dr. Shauneen Pete (University of Victoria)

Friday, February 4th, 2022
1:00pm- 2:30pm — Pacific Time (PT) 
Location: Online via Zoom
Free & open to the public. To register, fill out the RSVP form below.
This event is co-sponsored by the UBC Centre for Migration Studies Narratives Group.


For the past twenty years in my work as a faculty member I have guided settler, pre-service, teacher candidates toward a deeper level of engagement with Indigeneity. I have helped them to let go of their limiting assumptions about multicultural education and guided them toward a vision for reconciliation education. Through storying I will share with you some of my pedagogical practices which allow for a deeper understanding of both Indigenous resurgence and settler decolonization; and I will re-story a vision for curriculum design in Canadian higher education, which I believe may advance our reconciliation efforts.


Dr. Shauneen Pete is from Little Pine First Nation in Treaty 6 territory.  Shauneen is a mother and grandmother.  She promotes the Indigenization and decolonization of higher education. As a teacher, she works toward settler decolonization in teacher education.

Dr. Pete is a Professor in Leadership Studies at the University of Victoria. She has served as the Executive Lead: Indigenization at the University of Regina. She was also the Vice-President (Academic) and interim President at First Nations University of Canada.

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