Who are the panelists ?
|Indigenous women: from erasure to engagement. Results from research with Atikamekw women on land governance. Resolute and devoted to Indigenous women, their history and their future, Suzy Basile aims to raise awareness of the experiences of their ancestors and thus participate in a genuine decolonization of how Indigenous peoples are viewed.|
Professor, School of Indigenous Studies, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT)
Suzy Basile comes from the Atikamekw community of Wemotaci. She has a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Anthropology. She is professor with the School of Indigenous Studies the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT), at the Val-d’Or campus. She is member of the steering committee of DIALOG Aboriginal Peoples Research and Knowledge Network. She recently defended a thesis in the Environmental Sciences Ph.D. program at UQAT, about the role and the place of Atikamekw women in land and natural resource governance. Basile was involved in the development process of the Assembly of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador’s Research Protocol (2005, 2014). She developed the Guidelines for Research with Aboriginal Women for Quebec Native Women Inc., published in 2012. She has also co-led varied works on the subject of the ethics of research with Indigenous peoples.