Twitter Play-by-Play of the Champlain on the Anishinabe-Aki Colloquium: Day Two

(See here for the Twitter roundup of the action-packed first day of the Champlain on the Anishinabe-Aki Colloquium.)

(Joel was missing, running off to do a few last minute things before the conference began for the day. Incidentally, I am the one wearing the green scarf.)

(The first day had also begun with the smudging of participants, a prayer in untranslated Anishinabeg, and a few songs.)

(I am a fan of large feathered hats.)

(I didn’t due to time constraints and the fact that so many others had questions too!)

(I think that many would agree! I essentially stopped tweeting because I was so enthralled. I think that there is an audio recording – of all presenters – but I wish there had been video!)

(Kent Monkman’s work was being discussed.)

Upon her request, because she was speaking of sacred concepts to the Anishinabeg, Brenda Odjick’s words were not recorded and so no tweeting was done during her talk. It was a powerful one, though.

And then there were a few stray tweets after we all left.

Please expect audio recordings of the speakers to be uploaded to the digital repository in the future.

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One Response to Twitter Play-by-Play of the Champlain on the Anishinabe-Aki Colloquium: Day Two

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