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Questions of land rights are at the root of most current conflicts between indigenous peoples and the wider state. Competing conceptions of the land and authority over the land intersect with conflicts around resource extraction, the terms of consultation and consent, and the political status of indigenous peoples. Without resolving the conflicts around land in a fair and collaborative manner, real reconciliation will be difficult to achieve.

This podcast presents a series of six live panel presentations delivered at the Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation workshop at Queen’s University in September of 2019. The series theorizes the justifications for land rights from indigenous perspectives and investigates how these understandings challenge and enrich theories in the Western tradition. The discussion also confronts the implications of these understandings for the political and legal practice.

The Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation project sought to meet three key objectives: to provide an open platform for indigenous people to voice their views on land, self-governance, and relationships; to explore ways of indigenizing political theory and method; and to promote respectful and reciprocal collaboration between indigenous and non-indigenous scholars.

We encourage you to visit our website at www.queensu.ca/csdd/landrights to follow the project and its future efforts.

Thank-you to our Sponsors and Supporters

Government of Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Forskningsradet: The Research Council of Norway

Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University

Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity, Queen’s University

Globalizing Minority Rights, UiT: The Arctic University of Norway

CFRC Kingston

The Louis Riel Reel is performed and provided by Traditional Métis Fiddler, Patti Kusturok https://www.pattikusturok.com/

Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation Podcast – CFRC Podcast Network CFRC.ca Podcast Network

    • Sozialwissenschaften

Questions of land rights are at the root of most current conflicts between indigenous peoples and the wider state. Competing conceptions of the land and authority over the land intersect with conflicts around resource extraction, the terms of consultation and consent, and the political status of indigenous peoples. Without resolving the conflicts around land in a fair and collaborative manner, real reconciliation will be difficult to achieve.

This podcast presents a series of six live panel presentations delivered at the Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation workshop at Queen’s University in September of 2019. The series theorizes the justifications for land rights from indigenous perspectives and investigates how these understandings challenge and enrich theories in the Western tradition. The discussion also confronts the implications of these understandings for the political and legal practice.

The Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation project sought to meet three key objectives: to provide an open platform for indigenous people to voice their views on land, self-governance, and relationships; to explore ways of indigenizing political theory and method; and to promote respectful and reciprocal collaboration between indigenous and non-indigenous scholars.

We encourage you to visit our website at www.queensu.ca/csdd/landrights to follow the project and its future efforts.

Thank-you to our Sponsors and Supporters

Government of Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Forskningsradet: The Research Council of Norway

Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University

Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity, Queen’s University

Globalizing Minority Rights, UiT: The Arctic University of Norway

CFRC Kingston

The Louis Riel Reel is performed and provided by Traditional Métis Fiddler, Patti Kusturok https://www.pattikusturok.com/

    Episode 2 – Changing the Paradigm

    Episode 2 – Changing the Paradigm

    This

    episode features a set of three paper presentations. The panel examines different

    understandings of our relationships with the land and particularly highlights those

    traditional relationships which are challenging the western and colonial

    interpretations of relationships to the land.







    Featuring:







    * Jeff Corntassel (University of

    Victoria) “How will the Land Recognize You? Regenerating Indigenous

    Relationships Amidst Reconciliation Discourses” * Burke Hendrix (University of Oregon)

    “Land as a Matrix for Responsibilities of Reciprocity”* Cindy Holder (University of Victoria)

    “Indigenous Peoples’ Human Right to Land”

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    Episode 1 – The Ontologies of Land

    Episode 1 – The Ontologies of Land

    This

    episode features a roundtable of three indigenous speakers, presenting their

    own understandings of the concept of land and the inherent contradictions and

    controversies as they consider wider ontological approaches to the land.







    Featuring:







    * Dale Turner (University of Toronto)* Paula Sherman (Trent University)* Robert Lovelace (Queen’s University)

    • 1 Std.
    ILRR Podcast Introduction

    ILRR Podcast Introduction

    Sekon, Aniin, Tanisi, and welcome to the Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation podcast, presenting six panel presentations hosted at Queen’s University in September of 2019. This introduction offers a traditional greeting from Kanonhsyonne (Janice Hill), Director of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University, acknowledging the land and territory upon which the following discussions were held and providing a general introduction to the podcast.

    • 19 Min.

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