Research Clusters 2020-21
Research Affiliates 2020-21
Graduate Fellowship 2020-21
The Decolonizing Lens is an initiative that celebrates the work of Indigenous filmmakers, incorporating Indigenous actors, directors, producers and narratives. This marks the fourth year of the film and discussion series, which was organized and supported by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) and the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University […]
In an effort to boost the outreach work that UMIH strives to do, we are delighted that we will be working with the University of Manitoba Press on a new collaborative series to promote their published works. This week marks the first of our collaborative efforts, launching two books exploring the Indigenous experience: Rene Meshake […]
Welcome back to a new term with lots of exciting upcoming events at UMIH! Take a peek at our poster below for upcoming events and lectures. See you there!
Please join us at UMIH for a busy week! Starting Monday, November 4th, we are presenting two exciting lectures: “CARING FOR DIGITAL COLLECTIONS: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND DECOLONIZATION” 1:00pm, 307 Tier Building Hannah Turner (UBC) The Research Cluster on Power and Resistance in Latin America Presents: “TZINTZUNTZAN, PLACE OF THE HUMMINGBIRDS — AGAIN: INTERDISCIPLINARY AMBITIONS, ACHIEVEMENTS, REFLECTIONS” […]
REPETITION, COLOR AND ALLEGORY IN MORRIS LOUIS
The Prison Libraries Committee of the Manitoba Library Association is pleased to distribute a free copy of the chapbook Create! Words and Art from Women’s Correctional Centre (volume 1). The UMIH is proud to host this publication. CLICK ON IMAGE IF DOWNLOAD DOES NOT APPEAR BELOW.