Community engagement is fundamental to both my own and my students' research. I encourage scholarship that is designed with community involvement and that aspires to answer questions that are of relevance to those communities.

 

Please take some time to review a selection of pictures from my (and my students) community engagement below. More pictures are available on my Instagram account.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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Ethnohistory Field School

Turning the page: Community-Engaged Aboriginal History for the 21st Century
 

Staphanie Danyluk

Staphanie Danyluk describes her experience at the 2009 Stó:lō Ethnohistory Field School.

Liz Scott

U of S PhD graduate Liz Scott discusses the lasting impacts of taking part in the 2002 Stó:lō Ethnohistory Field School.

Katya MacDonald

Katya discusses how the Stó:lō Ethnohistory Field School helps teach historians about community engagement, and the art of asking questions.

Engaged Scholarship

Turning the page engaged scholarship for the 21st century.

Sonny McHalsie "Naxaxalhts'i"

Stó:lō Community

Stó:lō

Institutions

Get Engaged

Community

Engaged Scholarship

Part 1

Community 

Engaged Scholarship

Part 2

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