2019/2020 Book Club

What is the book club?

The Atlantic-IMN Book Club is an initiative being launched across Atlantic Canada with various university institutions. This initiative is aimed at utilizing data gathered from the 2019 Atlantic-IMN Student Survey to guide mentorship and learning activities within the Network.

Fall/Winter 2019-2020


We read the book titled: Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices and Relationships edited by Deborah MacGregor, Jean-Paul Restoule and Rochelle Johnston. 


Summer 2020


We are currently reading the book titled:  Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island edited by Sophie McCall, Deanna Rider, David Gaertner, and Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill 

Note: If you're not part of  a university, and may be interested in participating, please contact the Regional Coordinator (contact information below) to discuss further. 

What kind of books/articles will be included in future book clubs?

The first topic of the book club will be Indigenous Research Methodologies, which was a highly rated topic of interest from our survey results. The summer book club was chosen by participants creating a list of possible interesting reads, and then the group of participants voted to decide on the Summer 2020 book. Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, the book club is being held monthly on Zoom. 

How do I get involved in the book club?

To get involved, or to find out more information, contact the Regional Coordinator: Tarawhite@dal.ca

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