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Tasha Beeds - Professeure adjointe

DéPARTEMENT d'études autochtonesMary Ann Corbiere
Tél.: 705-673-5661 ext. 412

  • Indigenous Studies Ph.D. Candidate (ABD), Trent University - Peterborough, ON
  • Master of Arts: Indigenous Studies and Canadian Studies, 2010, Trent University - Peterborough, ON
  • Bachelor of Arts Double High Honours English and Indigenous Studies, 1999, University of Saskatchewan - Saskatoon, SK
Sujets de spécialisation
  • Living Nibi (Water): The Anishinaabe (Ojibway) Movement of Water Walking
Cours enseignés
  • INDG 1116 Foundations of Aboriginal Peoplehood
  • INDG 1117 Implications of Aboriginal Peoplehood
  • INDG 4405 Seeing with a Native Eye

Publications récentes
   Reviews & Endorsements
  • Chazan, May, Melissa Baldwin and Patricia Evans, editors. Unsettling Activisms: Critical
    Interventions on Aging, Gender, and Social Change. Canadian Scholars Women’s
    Press, 2018
  • June 2018. “Joanne Robertson’s: The Water Walker.” Indigenous Book Club. CBC Books.

    Chapitres de livres

  • “Rethinking Edward Ahenakew’s Intellectual Legacy: Expressions of nêhiyawi-
    mâmitonêyihcikan (Cree Consciousness).” Mixed Blessings: Indigenous Encounters with Christianity, edited by T. Bradford & C. Horton, UBC Press, 2016, pp. 119 – 144.
  • “Remembering the Poetics of Ancient Sound: kistêsinâw/wîsahkêcâhk’s maskihky
    (Elder Brother’s Medicine).” Indigenous Poetics in Canada, edited by N. McLeod, Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2014, pp. 61-72.
  • “Finding a Place to Stand: Indigenous Education Through Oral Narratives.” Transforming
    the Academy, edited by M. Smith, Equity Matters/University of Alberta, 2011, pp. 37-40.
    Grade 10 Author Team Member. Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Don
    Mills/Brantford: Pearson/Goodminds.

    Autres publications

  • ““mêmêkwêsisak.” "Mide Aki iskwêw Honour Song." Ndn Country, special joint issue of
    Prairie Fire and Contemporary Verse 2, edited by Katherena Vermette and Warren
    Cariou, vol. 39, no. 3, (Fall 2018), pp 162 & 164.
  • Deerchild, Rosanna, Ariel Gordon, and Tanis MacDonald, editors.
    “manitowêyêtâkosiw” (She holds ancestral divinity).” GUSH: Menstrual Manifestos for Our Times. Frontenac House, 2018. pp. 210.
  • “Movement and Ceremony: Walking for the Water.” Working it out
    together. Rezolution Pictures/APTN, Issue #5, Aug. 2016.
  • “maskihky words/Medicine Words.” Forces to Bear: The Re-culturalizaion of
    Canadian Poetry: Idle Know More, special issue of Contemporary Verse 2. The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing, vol. 36, no. 3, (Winter 2014), pp. 58-60.
  • “We Live in the Spirit of Our Ancestors.” #ItEndsHere: Confronting the Crisis
    of Colonial Gender Violence. Retrieved from, March 2014.
  • Sy, Christine and Lesley Belleau, editors. “Daughters of Colonization.” Matrix Magazine,
    Issue 96, Summer 2013, pp. 11.
  • “Little Half-Black-Breed.” Other Tongues: Mixed Race Women Speak Out, edited by De
    Rango-Adem & Thompson, Inanna Publications, 2010, pp. --.
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