Settler sense and Indigenous resurgence
The seismic historical shift of the market’s triumphant second coming is ‘sensed’—both felt and consciously reflected upon—by many in terms of loss. Speaking from inside of this sense, Henderson will consider the ambiguous implications of its orientation around what is lost, defunct, or dead. Specifically, what does it mean that this historical sense coincides with a moment of Indigenous renaissance or resurgence?
Speaker: Jennifer Henderson
With funding support from the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.