LeAnne Howe to make keynote address at University of Toronto
This evening, LeAnne Howe, author of Choctalking on Other Realities, will make the keynote address, Embodied Tribalography: The First Installment, at the University of Toronto’s The Language of Ceremony. This is the university’s second event in the series Speech Acts and Joyous Utterances: Translating, Teaching, Learning, and Living, Indigenous Tribalographies. Howe’s keynote address will be followed by a reception with light refreshments.
The Language of Ceremony continues on Saturday with a book reading and workshop by Brenda Wastasecoot, author of Granny’s Giant Bannock, and Sweetgrass Braid and Ancestral Identity, a workshop by Gloria Oshkabewisens-McGregor. The day will culminate in the book launch of Choctalking on Other Realities. You can order your own copy of the book here or download it to your reader—Choctalking is now available as an eBook!
All events are free of charge and open to the public. Check out Jack Humanities Institute for more information.