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Dr. Aubrey Jean Hanson is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta and an Associate Professor in Education at the University of Calgary in Canada. Her ancestry extends to Red River Métis, German, Icelandic, Cree, French, and Scottish roots. Aubrey’s research spans Indigenous literary studies, curriculum studies, and Indigenous education, looking in particular at how Indigenous literary arts can precipitate relationships between non-Indigenous learners and Indigenous resurgence. Her book Literatures, Communities, and Learning: Conversations with Indigenous Writers was published with Wilfrid Laurier University Press in spring 2020.

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Fri, 19. Mar, 2021 · 2:45pm Landspeak Conference 2021 · Discussion: Language and Story · With Aubrey Hanson, Oein DeBhairduin and Renée Hulan · Full details »