Join the Queen's University Archives on Zoom on Friday November 27 from 3-5 pm for a panel of two complementary presentations. Brandon Graham, the Acting Treaty Research Coordinator with the Treaties, Lands & Environment Department at the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (COTTFN) will present Treaty Research at the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation: Access, Justice, and Curiosity. He will be joined by Michael Borsk, Ph. D. candidate in the Department of History, who will deliver Dirty Deeds?: The History of the 1796 Fairfield-Chippewa Deed in and Beyond Queen’s Archives. Scott Berthelette, Assistant Professor, History will moderate the panel and Q&A.
The annual lecture highlights the archival collections which are held by Queen’s University and serves as a public forum to disseminate and discuss the research that is, or has been, carried out using those collections.