This fall the 44th Annual Trent Temagami Colloquium runs September 22th to 25th 2016 at Camp Wanapitei in Temagami, Ontario.
This annual event is sponsored by a number of academic programs at Trent and seeks to examine and experience our understanding of the land with a focus on the study of Canadian, environmental, and Indigenous issues. This unique event celebrates interdisciplinary, experiential learning.
Everyone – faculty, staff, alumni and students – is invited! A special invitation is extended to all international students and scholars.
We travel to Wanapitei for the beauty and remoteness of its location. The Temagami country is rich in history and home to generations of Teme-Augama-Anishnabai.
Each day, faculty and students will organize into small groups for guided hiking and canoe trips in the immediate region. Expeditions will be tailored to suit the skill level of participants. Instruction in canoeing will be offered to those indicating an interest. Each group will pack a lunch and eat on the land. Late afternoon and evening programs will include lectures, films, readings, square dancing, and informal discussion.
Each year, we invite a number of people to share papers and presentations related to the colloquium themes around the land. If you are interested in presenting your work and research, please contact us.
The cost of the weekend colloquium, including transportation, food, activities and accommodation is $150 for students (generously subsidized by the Bruce and Carol Hodgins Fund), $210 for faculty, staff, or community members, and $82 for children under 12. Participants need to bring warm sleeping bags and clothes. More details are provided with registration
. The absolute deadline for payment is Tuesday, September 20th, 2016. But space is limited and will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early!
You can also contact the following people with any questions you may have.