Learning Together in a Good Way: Ethical Relationality and Indigenous Storywork with Shannon Leddy

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Dr. Shannon Leddy will guide participants through the process of phenomenological art inquiry, in which a dialogic approach to spending time with the work of Indigenous artists can reveal to viewers the ways in which their understandings of Indigenous peoples have been informed. Part of the Ethics of Trauma-Informed Research Webinar Mini-Series co-hosted by the […]

Using Research-based Theatre with Post-traumatic Stress Survivors

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Join Dr. George Belliveau and Christina Cook for a discussion on relational learning and the therapeutic potential of using theatre as a mode of research. This session explores an arts-based research project co-developed between returning military veterans, counselling psychologists and artists. Using Research-based Theatre as a methodology, the team collaboratively created a play, Contact!Unload, which features veterans as […]

Trauma, Storytelling and Respect: A Journalist’s Perspective

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Join us for the next webinar in the “Ethics of Trauma-informed Research” series, co-hosted with the University of Victoria’s Survivor-Centred Visual Narratives project, in partnership with the Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma. Journalists strive to report traumatic stories in the public interest, without exploitation or harm to their subjects or themselves. This discussion […]

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Oral History in the Shadow of the International Criminal Court with Kjell Anderson

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In this webinar, Kjell Anderson will reflect on the dilemmas he has encountered in his current research project on Dominic Ongwen, a former child soldier with the Lord’s Resistance Army who was recently convicted of crimes against humanity and war crimes by the International Criminal Court. Ongwen’s trial brought out diverse and nuanced perspectives on […]

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