Aboriginal Research Exhibit:
Celebrating Aboriginal Research at the University of Saskatchewan
Place Riel, May 26 - June 2, 2007
The University of Saskatchewan proudly presents the Aboriginal Research Exhibit. This display and the associated booklet of abstracts, showcases the wide specturm of Aboriginal focused research undertaken by our scholars and graduate students.
Aboriginal research at the University of Saskatchewan encompasses both historical and contemporary perspectives on the economics, social, legal, poltical and physical circumstances of Canada's Aboriginal peoploes and is dedicated to understanding the unique place of Aboriginal people in both the Canadian and global socieities.
It is our desire that this exhibition will stimulate the interests of visiting researchers and community people, reinforcing existing research collaborations with University of Saskatchewan researchers and laying the foundation for new research opportunities.
We hope that all will find the aboriginal Research Exhibition of Congress 2007 useful as well as informative.
Coordinator of Aboriginal Events
The Exhibit was organized by Dr. Evelyn Peters, Department of Geography, with the assistance of Ms. Chelsey Jersak, MA student, Department of Geography.