DEEP WATER INITIATIVE TRANSFORMATIVE MEDIA EVENTS
- Fri, Apr 23ZoomDecolonizing Research - Alternative Research Methodologies in Western Academic Institutions.How are researchers, from a diversity of backgrounds, adopting Anti-racist, Decolonial, and Indigenous Research Methodologies from within Western academic institutions in increasingly challenging times?
- Mon, Oct 19Zoom WebinarDecolonizing Research - Indigenous Research Methodologies in Western Academic InstitutionsHow do scholars, from a diversity of backgrounds, in increasingly challenging times, appropriately adopt Indigenous Research Methodologies to their research from within Western academic institutions?
- Wed, Jul 15Vimeo and Zoom EventOnline Screening of Sky Hopkina's film maɬni – towards the ocean, towards the shore (pronounced: moth-nee)This July, join the Deep Water Initiative for a unique online screening of indigenous filmmaker, Sky Hopkina's latest work of art, followed by a zoom discussion with Associate Director, Indigenous Initiatives at Simon Fraser University, Dorothy Christian Cucw-la7, PhD.
- Thu, Mar 19California Institute of Integral StudiesIndigenous Storytelling in Film as a new form of Subtle Activism (Event Canceled)Join us for a Deep Water Initiative Film Panel with Matthew Crotty presenting Tending the Wild, Toby McLoed presenting the Sacred Lands Film Project and Melinda Micco and Chihiro Wimbush presenting Every Step a Prayer.
- Thu, Sep 26California Institute of Integral StudiesDeep Water Initiative Fall 2019 Film SeriesArtifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
- Thu, Mar 14California Institute of Integral StudiesReligion & Ecology Film Festival 2019 at CIISDeep Water Initiative in collaboration with the Department of Ecology, Spirituality and Religion at CIIS will be hosting a screening of the 2018 award-winning film Genesis 2.0, followed by an audience discussion.
- Wed, Mar 13California Institute of Integral StudiesReligion & Ecology Film Festival 2019 at CIISDeep Water Initiative in collaboration with the Department of Ecology, Spirituality and Religion at CIIS will be hosting a screening of the 2018 award-winning film Anote's Ark, followed by an audience discussion with Professor Robert McDermott.