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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
April 19, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 
Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT

Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT


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People as Books!  The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus People as Books! The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus
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CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders
(Headline - Mar 27)
Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Celebrates Student Bursary Recipients of the SUNDANCe Award
(Notice - Mar 17)
University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University celebrate World Water Day with day of events
(News Release - Mar 14)
CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio) CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio)
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Dr. Leanne Leddy, Department of History Dr. Lianne Leddy is a citizen of the Serpent River First Nation in Northern Ontario. She attended Wilfrid Laurier University from 2001-2005 and earned a Combined Honours BA in English and History. She attended the University of Western Ontario for her MA in History, and chose to continue her graduate studies at Laurier at the PhD level. Her dissertation, which she completed in 2011, examined the impacts of the uranium industry on the Serpent River First Nation and drew on oral history as well as archival sources. Leddy is also interested in the community leadership roles of Indigenous women in the postwar period. She is now an assistant professor in the Department of History at Memorial University and lives with her partner in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland.

Dr. Leanne Leddy
PhD Graduate, 2011,
Department of History