1. Invited Panelist, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Media Training (2017 Trudeau Foundation Summer Institute), Winnipeg, May 7, 2017.
  2. Invited speaker (workshop). ‘Tending tenderness: human-fish relations, Métis legal traditions and care in the Sixth Mass Extinction’. Workshop: Critical Indigenous STS: Technoscience & Transition in Native North America. Harvard University. April 11, 2017. https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/critical-indigenous-sts
  3. Invited speaker (solo), Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace and Imagining Indigenous Futures ‘Indigenous Future Imaginary’ speakers series, ‘Prairie Fish Futures: Métis Legal Traditions and Refracting Extinction’. Concordia University. March 31, 2017.
  4. Invited speaker (panel). Temporality of Trees (March 28). OCAD.
  5. Invited speaker (panel), Ethics For the Anthropocene (E4A) working group, McGill Law, March 23.
  6. Visiting fellow (invited), UBC Geography. ‘Fish against borders: imagining fish, oil, water and Métis law beyond the settler state’. March 9-10, 2017.
  7. Invited speaker, Walrus Talks: ‘We Desire a Better Country’ Canada 150 speakers series, Yellowknife, March 7, 2017
  8. Invited keynote, Penn State Women’s and Gender Studies Annual Graduate Student Conference, ‘Fish Benedictions: reclaiming tenderness and care in the face of fascism’. February 25, 2017.
  9. Invited speaker (solo), York University STS speakers series, ‘Métis legal orders, kinship and love in the Lake Winnipeg watershed in the time of the Sixth Mass Extinction’. January 31, 2017
  10. Invited speaker (panel), Federal Department of Justice Workshop on Indigenous legal traditions, ‘Métis human-fish relationships, Métis legal traditions, and the Lake Winnipeg Watershed’. January 26, 2017
  11. Invited speaker (solo), ‘Thinking with the trouble: human-fish relations, reciprocity and the petro-state in Treaty Six Territory, Alberta’, Department of Geography, University of Toronto, December 9, 2016.
  12. Presenter (invited, executive panel), ‘Resituating Alberta as a Fish Place: petro-state imaginaries, oil as kin, and human-fish relations in Treaty Six Territory, Alberta, Canada’, 116th American Anthropological Association annual meeting (Minneapolis), November 19, 2016.
  13. Invited speaker (solo), ‘So long, and thanks for all the fish: Navigating the impact of settler colonial violence and the Anthropocene on human-fish relations in Treaty Six Territory, Alberta, Canada’. ETH, Zurich. November 10, 2016
  14. Participant (presenter), ‘Mass Extinction: Indigenous Visions’ research workshop, Girton College, University of Cambridge, UK (22-29 August, 2016), funded by Independent Social Research Foundation.
  15. Presenter (with Audra Mitchell) ‘Earth Violence: Indigeneity and the Anthropocene’, Land/Body conference, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, May 2016
  16. Invited speaker (solo), ‘Indigenizing the Anthropocene: Prairie Indigenous Feminisms and Fish Co-Conspirators’, Fisher Centre for Gender, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Spring Speakers Series, March 2016
  17. Invited speaker (solo), ‘Fish pluralities, refraction and decolonization in amiskwaciwâskahikan’, University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture, Master’s of Visual Studies Proseminar series, March 2016
  18. November 21, 2015: Presenter, American Anthropological Association annual meetings in Denver, Colorado. Paper title: “Refracting the State: Paulatuuq human-fish relations, bureaucratic management, and the commercial Hornaday River char fishery”
  19. February 21, 2015: Invited speaker, Concordia University, “World of Matter’ symposium https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1IX10w5xEw&feature=youtu.be&t=6h19m30s
  20. February 16, 2015, Guest Lecturer, ‘Global Politics of the Anthropocene’ (course), New Centre for Research and Practice http://thenewcentre.org
  21. February 03, 2015: Invited speaker, Nottingham Contemporary, “Catastrophe/Opportunity: A Conversation on Climate Change” https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/nottingham-contemporary/id349866879?mt=2
  22. June 12-13, 2014: Invited Scholar, “Arctic Crossings” workshop, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, unceded Musqueam Territory
  23. May 14, 2014: Chair, panel on ‘Indigenous Communities and Economic Development’, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Summer Institute on “Truths, Indigenous Peoples and Public Policy”, Osoyoos.
  24. November 19, 2013 Presenter,’Canadians in their Natural Environment: From Experience and Values to Actions and Outcomes’ workshop organized by Nathan Bennett, Melanie Millette and Karina Benessaiah, part of Trudeau Foundation Week (Montreal)
  25. November 18, 2013 Presenter, ‘Making Knowledge Public’ — a Trudeau Foundation Master Class with Trudeau Fellow Ronald Rudin. (Montreal)
  26. November 18, 2013 Presenter, ‘Women Claiming Rights: Local Action, International Advocacy’ workshop organized by Leila Qashu and Tamil Kendall, part of Trudeau Foundation Week (Montreal)
  27. May 2013 Participant/Presenter, International PhD Summer School for Studies of Arctic Societies (Wendake/Essipit/Quebec City)
  28. November 2012 Participant, 9th Annual Trudeau Foundation Public Policy Conference (Edmonton)
  29. November 2012  Organizer, two-day Trudeau Scholars’ Workshop “Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Aboriginal Housing, Homelessness, Space and Identity in Canada”, in partnership with Homeward Trust Edmonton, the University of Alberta Faculty of Native Studies and the University of Alberta International’s Global Education Program (Edmonton)
  30. November 2012   Presenter, “Fishing as Knowing: Intimacy, Vulnerability and Trust in women’s relationships to the environment through fishing in Paulatuuq”, 111th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting (San Francisco)
  31. October 2012  Co-chair, “Rebuilding home: Housing as a social determinant of northern economic prosperity”, Northern Governance and Economy Conference (Yellowknife)
  32. June 2012 Presenter, “Activating the Heart: Storytelling, Knowledge Sharing, and Relationship”, Trudeau Scholars’ Workshop (Yellowknife)
  33. May 2012 Participant, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Summer Institute (Montebello)
  34. February 2012 Participant, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Mentors-Scholars Retreat (Victoria)
  35. November 2011 Participant, 8th Annual Trudeau Foundation Public Policy Conference (Halifax)
  36. June 2011 Presenter, ‘“This is the life”: Fishing in the context of environmental change in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories: an examination of the gendered aspects of local subsistence fishing activity’. Paper presented at International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, Akureyri, Iceland
  37. March 2011 Participant, Blackfoot Shirts Project Conference (Oxford)
  38. February 2011 Participant, ESRC Seminar:Knowledges, Resources and Legal Regimes: the New Geopolitics of the Polar Regions’, (London)
  39. June 2010 Participant, Agriculture Canada workshop on First Nations Agriculture and Climate Change (Winnipeg)
  40. April 2010 Reviewer, Canadian Journal of Forest Research (reviewed a manuscript on Aboriginal involvement in Forestry planning)
  41. September 2009 Co-presenter with Dr. Parlee, lecture on Social Determinants of Health—Aboriginal Healthcare Careers Day (orientation of first year Medical students, U of A)
  42. July 2009 Presenter, 14th International Congress for Circumpolar Health (Yellowknife)
  43. July 2009  Abstract accepted 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (Vienna) [unable to attend]
  44. May 2009 Presenter/Partcipant, International PhD School for Studies of Arctic Societies (IPSSAS), Edmonton
  45. March 2009 Presenter at Arctic Science Summit Week in Bergen, Norway
  46. January 2009 Presenter at Department of Rural Economy annual Graduate Students’ conference
  47. November 2008 Poster displayed at University of Alberta Faculty of Native Studies 20th Anniversary Research Symposium
  48. June 2008 Poster presentation, “Boom Bust Economies: Impact on Rural and Remote Communities Conference”, Inuvik
  49. May 2008 Participant, “Science in the Changing North Conference”, Yellowknife
  50. April 2008 Abstract accepted for “Human Dimensions in the Circumpolar Arctic: An  Interdisciplinary Conference under the Auspices of the International Polar Year” 8-10 October, 2008, Umea University, Sweden [unable to attend]
  51. August 2007  Presenter, U of A Faculty of Native Studies “Researching Resistance” Conference

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