It’s National Indigenous People’s History Month at U of T! Participate by joining the U of T Indigenous Book Club.
- Juanita Muise, Indigenous Engagement Coordinator, UTSC Office of Student Experience & Wellbeing
- Chad Crichton, Liaison Librarian, UTSC Library
- Stephanie Perpick, Management Librarian, UTSC Library & The BRIDGE
- Paulina Rousseau, Arts Culture & Media Librarian, UTSC Library
Enjoy one of the selected titles and discuss among friends and colleagues.
- Graphic Novel – Surviving the City
- Podcast – Bigger than me episode #78 Passing of the Queen
- Short Stories – Full-metal Indigiqueer
About the Book Club
The Indigenous Book club is a Tri-Campus initiative started at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) Campus Department of Student Life in collaboration with the UTSC Library. The Book Club goals are to foster a space of collaboration, sharing, inquiry, and respect amongst faculty, staff, and students through the discovery and awareness of Indigenous authors and themes.
Participants will learn about Indigenous themes and engage in conversation on different Indigenous perspectives that helps with addressing obligations, responsibilities, solidarity, and supporting resistance of Indigenous people of Canada.
Learn about how to engage in authentic allyship with our work on reconciliation and our work on the land, thinking through ways to take meaningful actions on our own campus and in our communities, as we go on this learning journey towards reconciliation together.
Participants will identify their own practices to support Indigenous resistance, solidarity, and allyship.
Hope to see you in the sharing circle!
U of T Indigenous Book Club Planning Team
LOCATION: Catalyst Centre, EV-151-152, UTSC
Related LibGuide: Indigenous Book Club & Discover Indigenous Authors by Paulina Rousseau