Art, scholarship, traditional knowledge and actively trying to make changes for the better in the world are not separate spheres for Jeannette Armstrong.
As Canada Research Chair, Dr. Armstrong is analyzing Syilx Okanagan traditional knowledge to obtain information about Syilx society, as well as ecological and sustainability practices, and to link Syilx story knowledge to such areas as governance, land use and health.
Time & Date: Saturday, Feb 27, 2016, 7 pm
Location: Selkirk College, Castlegar Campus, classroom S-113
Cost: Adult $16 | Senior $13| Student $13
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