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Warren Cariou
Warren Cariou has devoted much of his career to studying the storytelling traditions and the environmental politics of Indigenous communities in Canada, especially in Métis, Cree and Anishinaabe territories. He was inspired to study Indigenous stories by his late father, Ray Cariou, a gifted Métis storyteller.  He has published works of fiction and memoir as well as critical writing about Indigenous storytelling, literature and environmental philosophy. He is a Professor and Director of the Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture at the University of Manitoba.

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13:00 17:00 Saturday Storyteller Session · With Rob Malo, Nuala Hayes and Warren Cariou · Full details »
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16:00 20:00 Friday Storytelling Session · With Richard Van Camp, Jack Lynch and Warren Cariou · Full details »
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13:30 17:30 Language and Story Seminar · With Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Sherry Farrell Racette and Warren Cariou · Full details »
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12:00 16:00 Writers on land and environment · With Jeanette Armstrong, Manchán Magan and Warren Cariou · Full details »