INCA 283 History of Aboriginal Media in Canada

Indian Communication Arts (INCA)

Monday, February 3

Attendance (Dale, Leeland, Paige, Brayden, Kristy, Heather)

Announcements

Assignments

  • Assignment #2 Interview presentation due Monday, February 10
  • Assignment #2 Written report due Friday, February 14
  • Assignment #3 Mid- term Exam on Monday, March 3

Activities:

1. Award winner Jeff Barnaby releases first feature at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in 2014.

2. NFB feature goes viral–Inuit discuss why white people are funny

3. Strategies for completing Assignment #2

4. Student presentations about selected chapters in Seeing Red

Seeing red

  • Leeland – Chapter 8 Cardboard Characters: The White Paper, 1969
  • Heather – Chapter 5 Poet, Princell, Possession: Remembering Pauline Johnson, 1913
  • Dale – Chapter 4 The Golden Rule: The Kondike Gold Rush, 1898-1905
  • Paige – Chapter 3 “Our Little War”: The Northwest Rebellion, 1885
  • Brayden – Chapter 11 Letters from the Edges: The Oka Crisis, 1990
  • Kristy – Disrobing Frey Owl: The Death of Archie Belanry, 1938

3:45 – 4:00 BREAK

4:00 -5:15

Author Carmen Robertson- Seeing Red presentation

Carmen is from Standing Buffalo Lakota Nation. She has a PhD in Education.

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