Workshop will address theoretical questions regarding Indigenization, Decolonization, and focus on the experience and methodologies of instructors involved in teaching Indigenous languages both within formal academic institutions and in community settings.

Dr. Vickery’s research focuses on religious text in sixteenth and seventeenth century England, a period when Europe changed profoundly through the seismic activity of multiple reformations, both Protestant and Roman Catholic.

Dr. Sabzian specializes in the theory of rhetoric in an interdisciplinary scope, using multimodal frameworks in the analysis of language, literature, cinema and culture in general.

Local residents and members of the Indigenous community in Vernon enjoyed an introduction to the culture of the Ainu, the Indigenous people of Japan, in an outdoor event sponsored by FCCS on July 31.

As a medievalist and Anglo-Saxonist, Dr. Treschow’ s scholarship is grounded in the early European tradition.

“In teaching, my primary objective centres around giving students a voice to participate in research through better understandings of professional audiences, purposes, and knowledge-making conventions.”



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