The Canadian Ethnic Studies Association`s Biennial Conference

1:45-3:15 p.m.
Session / 1(a): Negotiating Space/Place: Aboriginal Peoples
La négociation d’espace et d’endroit: peoples autochtones
(Max Bell 252)
 Chair / Chaire: James Frideres (University of Calgary)
 Wesley Heber (First Nations University of Canada), “Aboriginal PostSecondary Education: Taiwan and Canada”
 Robert Nichols (Trudeau Foundation of Montreal / University of Toronto),
“Indigenous Peoples and International Spaces: A History of Exclusion”
 Karen Peterson (University of Alberta), “‘Meaningful Consultation’ in the
Aboriginal/Canadian Context: A Dissertation”
 J. Rick Ponting and Linda Henderson (University of Calgary), “Contested
Visions of First Nations Governance: Determinants of the Opinions of OnReserve Residents”
Session / 1(b): The Ethnic Diversity Survey: Considering the Implications
L'Enquête de Diversité Ethnique: Considérer les implications
(Max Bell Auditorium)
 Chair / Chaire: Jane Bedets (Statistics Canada)
 Jennifer Chard (Statistics Canada), and Andrea Levett (Statistics Canada),
“Results from the Ethnic Diversity Survey”
 Lorna Jantzen (Department of Canadian Heritage), “Ethnic Reporting on
the Ethnic Diversity Survey”
 Jodey Michael Derouin (Department of Canadian Heritage), “The Ethnic
Diversity Survey and Perceived Discrimination and Unfair Treatment in
Session / 1(c): Constructing Identity in Postmodern Spaces and Places
Construction de l'identité dans les espaces et des endroits
(TransCanada Pipeline 201)
 Chair / Chaire: Frances Kaye (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
 Ho Hon Leung & Raymond Lau (State University of New York), “The
Impact of Technology on Ethnic Identity and Culture: A Discourse in
Space and Time.”
 Sharmina Mawani (University of London) and Anjoom Mukadam
(University of Reading), “Apna Desh (Our Country, Our Home): The
Gujarati Community”
 Kevin S. Tan (University of Alberta), “Re-inventing Violence: the Practice
of Aikido in Canada”
 Saikat Maitra (University of Western Ontario), “Emergence of
Desexualized South-East Asian Identity in the Works of Richard Fung”
Session / 1(d): Meso-Perspectives on the Making of the Immigrant Experience
in the 20th Century
Meso-perspectives sur la fabrication de l'expérience immigrée
au 20ème siècle
(Donald Cameron Hall 24)
 Chair / Chaire: Evangelia Tastsoglou (St. Mary’s University)
 Hans Werner (University of Winnipeg), “Mennonites, Jews and Germans:
Interethnic Spaces in Rural Manitoba, 1890-1930”
 Alexander Freund (University of Winnipeg), “Making and Breaking
Networks: German Labour Migrants in 1950s Canada”
 Royden Loewen (University of Winnipeg), “Late Twentieth Century
Immigrant Families in Prairie Cities: Sites of Socialization, Acculturation,
and Integration”
Session / 1(e): Racialized Space/Place
Les espaces et endroits racisés
(Max Bell 253)
 Chair / Chaire: Victor Satzewich (McMaster University)
 Allan Rowe (University of Alberta), “‘The Mysterious Oriental Mind’:
Ethnic Surveillance and the Chinese in Canada during the Great War”
 Jasjit Sangha (University of Toronto), “Race and Power in Disembodied
Spaces: How ‘Whiteness’ is Constructed in Online Spaces”
 William Shaffir, Victor Satzewich and Jane Mulkewich (McMaster
University), “Police and Diversity: Initiating and Managing Individual and
Institutional Change”
 Leanne Taylor (York University), “The Social Geography of Mixed Race:
How Race Travels”
Session / 1(f): Literary Space/Place
Les espaces et endroits littéraires
(Donald Cameron Hall 28)
 Chair / Chaire: Beverly Rasporich (University of Calgary)
 Domenic Beneventi (Université de Montréal), “Spatial Exclusion in
Vancouver's Chinatown: A Case Study of Sky Lee's Disappearing Moon
Café and Wayson Choy's The Jade Peony”
 Lisa Grekul (University of British Columbia), “Between Borders, Beyond
Bloodlines: Myrna Kostash's Re-Imagined Communities”
Session / 1(g): Social Cohesion among Forced Migrants in the Canadian
Cohésion sociale parmi les migrants forcés dans la diaspora
(Max Bell 150)
 Chair / Chaire: Nancy Jabbra (Loyola Marymount University)
 Michael Lanphier, Khashayar Hooshiyar and Kh. Mohammed Hassan,
(York University), “Diaspora Dilemma: Kurdish Community in Central
 Janet McLellan (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Kathy McKinley (Social
Cohesion Project, Carleton University), “A Celebration of Spirit: Social
Cohesion and Transnational Network Linkages among Cambodians in
 Frehiwot Tesfaye (St. Thomas University), “The Dynamics of African
Immigrant Women Entrepreneurship in Ethnic Food Markets: Ethiopian
Women and Ethnic Food in Toronto”
Session / 1(h): Work Space/Place
Les espaces et endroits du travail
(Donald Cameron Hall 30)
 Chair /Chaire: Henry Chow (University of Regina)
 Carmen Mihai and Raija Warkentin (Lakehead University), “Lessons from
the Study of Finnish Immigrant Businesses in Thunder Bay”
 Hongxia Shan (OISE), “Mapping Social Relations: Skilled Chinese
Immigrant Women Navigating the Segmented Labour Market in Toronto,
 Denise Spitzer (University of Alberta), “The Geography of Foreign
Domestic Labour: From the International Division of Labour to
 Lloyd Wong and Carol Wong (University of Calgary), “Facets of the
Glass-Ceiling: The Chinese-Canadian Engineer Perception”
Session / 1(i): Space, Place and Citizenship
Espace, endroit et citoyenneté
(TransCanada Pipeline 202)
 Chair / Chaire: James Cameron (St. Francis Xavier Univeristy)
 Audrey Kobayashi (Queen’s University) and David Ley (University of
British Columbia), “Return Migration, Transnationalism and the
Challenge to Citizenship Policy: The Case of Hong Kong”
 Ravi Pendakur and Amanda Aizlewood (Department of Canadian
Heritage), “Ethnicity and Social Capital”
 Linda Pietrantonio (University of Ottawa), “Mondialisation, diversité et
politiques de la culture: quel pluralisme?”
Session / 1(j): Negotiating Space / Place
La négociation d’espace et d’endroit
(Donald Cameron Hall 17)
 Chair / Chaire: Patricia Roy (University of Victoria)
 Manju Acharya and Herbert Northcott, (University of Alberta) “Surviving
Distress, Maintaining Self-Worth: Aging East-Indian Immigrant Women’s
Perspective on Mental Wellbeing”
 Sirma Bilge (Université deMontréal), “Recasting Community through
Celebration: An ‘Intercultural’ Festival among Turkish Montrealers”
 Christopher J. Fries (University of Calgary), “Ethnocultural Space and the
Symbolic Negotiation of Alternative as ‘Cure’”
 Fernando Mata and Thomas Gabor (Department of Justice Canada), “Risk
Factors Associated with Violent Crime Victimizations Among the
Foreign- Born in Canada”
Session / 1(k): Negotiating Space/Place: Youthful Manoeuvers
La négociation d’espace et d’endroit: manoeuvres des jeunes
(Max Bell 251)
 Chair / Chaire: Yvonne Hébert (University of Calgary)
 Lily Dyson (University of Victoria), “Life of Recent Chinese Immigrant
Children in Canada: A Study of Elementary School”
 Dhiru Patel (Heritage Canada) “Identity, Heritage and Belonging Among
the Second Generation: Emerging Issues and Challenges”
 Susan Tirone (Dalhousie University), “Ethnic Minority Youth and
Leisure: Three Meaningful Places”
 Shirley Xiaohong Sun (University of Calgary), “Evidence of the
Accumulation of Social Capital: Signposts for Youth”
3:30-5:00 p.m.
Session / 2(a): Current Issues in Aboriginal Literary Scholarship
Questions actuelles dans l’érudition autochtone littéraire
(Donald Cameron Hall 17)
 Chair / Chaire: Jeanne Perreault (University of Calgary)
 Joan Crate (Red Deer College), “On the Page”
 Tara Hyland Russell (St. Mary’s University), “In the Classroom”
 Cheryl Suzack (University of Alberta), “In the Courtroom”
Session / 2(b): The Ethnic Diversity Survey: Methodology Workshop
L'Enquête de Diversité Ethnique: atelier de méthodologie
(Max Bell Auditorium)
 Jane Badets (Statistics Canada)
 Jennifer Chard (Statistics Canada)
 Andrea Levett (Statistics Canada)
Session / 2(c): (Panel) Defining Ethno-Cultural Identity
(Panneau) Définissant l'identité ethno-culturelle
(TransCanada Pipeline 202)
 Natalia Aponiuk (University of Manitoba)
 John Lehr (University of Winnipeg)
Session / 2(d): Literary Space/Place
Les espaces et endroits littéraires
(Donald Cameron Hall 30)
 Chair / Chaire: Tamara Seiler (University of Calgary)
 Enoch Padolsky (Carleton University), “You Are Where You Eat:
Ethnicity, Food and Cross-Cultural Spaces”
 Maggie Quirt (Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies,
Trent University), “‘All Those Things We Leave Behind’: Historicized
Spaces in Latino/a Canadian Writing”
 Jack Robinson (Grant MacEwan College), “In-Between Spaces in Eden
Robinson's Monkey Beach”
 Suzette Mayr (University of Calgary), “Dreadful Voodoo Goddess:
Putting the ‘Black Stud’ Out to Pasture in Laferrière's How to Make Love
to a Negro”
Session / 2(e): Mediated Space/Place
Les espaces et endroits du média
(Max Bell 252)
 Chair / Chaire: Robert M. Seiler (University of Calgary)
 Kathleen Buddle-Crowe (University of Manitoba), “Aboriginal Media and
Muliebral Solidarity: Indigenous Women's Alliances In and Across the
Canadian Cosmolopolis”
 Licia Canton (Université de Montréal), “Is There a Place for an EnglishLanguage Magazine about Italian Canadians?”
 Dana Inkster (Concordia University), “Black Canadian Biography: Space
on the Bandwidth”
 Francesca L’Orfano (York University), “Vive la différence! A Distinct
Place and Space for Canadian Film and Video Makers of Italian Heritage"
Session / 2(f): (Round Table) Creating Collaborative Action Spaces: PreService Teachers Exploring Anglophone and Francophone
Identities and Relations in Quebec
(Table ronde) Créant les espaces de collaboration d'action:
professeurs de pré-service explorant des identités et des
relations anglophones et francophones au Québec
(TransCanada Pipeline 201)
 Chair / Chaire: Marie McAndrew (Université de Montréal)
 Benoit Côté (Université de Montréal)
 Gloria Furlini (McGill University)
 Jackie Kirk (McGill University)
 Marc-Albert Paquette (Université de Montréal)
Session / 2(g): Urban Spaces
Les espaces urbains
(Max Bell 150)
 Chair / Chaire: William Shaffir (McMaster University)
 T.R. Balakrishnan and Lorna Jantzen (Department of Heritage Canada),
“Spatial Residential Patterns of Selected Ethnic Groups in Canada, 2001:
Their Significance and Policy Implications”
 Guillermo Ibarro (Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa), “Ethnicity and
Economy in Los Angeles, California: The Case of Mexican Immigrants”
 Sachiko Kotani (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), “Who
Owns Japantown? Emerging Intercultural Dynamics in an Ethnic
Session / 2(h): Gender, Immigration and Citizenship
Genre, immigration et citoyenneté
(Max Bell 251)
 Chair / Chaire: Danielle Juteau (Université de Montréal)
 Alicja Muszynski and Sadia Arif Gassim (Unversity of Waterloo),
“Immigrant Women Create their Own Spaces in a New Place.”
 Bonnie Slade and Srabani Maitra (University of Toronto), “The Deskilling
of Immigrant Professional Women”
 Evangelia Tastsoglou (Saint Mary’s University), “Cultural Border
Crossing: Immigrant Women in the Maritimes”
8:30-11:00 a.m. Field trip to the Ukrainian War Memorial
Voyage de champ au mémorial de guerre ukrainien (*)
The bus will take those who have signed up for this trip to Castle
Mountain, the site of Ukrainian Internment during World War I, and to
the Memorial site on the Bow Valley Parkway
Tour Leader: Bohdan Kordan
1:30-3:00 p.m.
Session / 3(a): Contemporary Aboriginal Issues
Issues autochtones contemporaines
(Max Bell Auditorium)
 Chair / Chaire: Cora Voyageur (University of Calgary)
 Brian Calliou (The Banff Centre), “History Repeats Itself: The Clash of
Values between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Renewable Resource
 Joyce Green (University of Regina), “Cultural and Ethnic
Fundamentalism: The Mixed Potential for Identity Liberation and
 Anna Hunter (University of Saskatchewan), “Law”
 Verna St. Denis (University of Saskatchewan), “Rethinking Cultural
Revitalization in Aboriginal Education”
Session / 3(b): Ethno-Cultural Voluntarism and the Road to Political
Representation and Participation
Volontarisme ethno-culturel et la route vers représentation et
participation politiques
(Donald Cameron Hall 17)
 Chair / Chaire: Erin Tolley (CIC)
 Julie Guard (University of Manitoba), “Citizen-Mothers or Dangerous
Foreigners? Multi-Ethnic Women's Claims to Political Space in Cold War
Shibao Guo (University of Alberta), “Bridging the Gap in a Multicultural
Society: Immigrants as Active Citizens”
Livianna Tossutti (Brock University), “Ethnocultural Voluntarism and the
Road to Political Representation and Participation”
Session / 3(c): Identity Space/Place
Identité, espace et endroit
(Max Bell 253)
 Chair / Chaire: John Lehr (University of Winnipeg)
 Sylvie Fortin (Université de Montréal), “Settlement Trajectories and
Identity Strategies”
 Brooke Pigott (University of Calgary) and Madeline Kalbach (University
of Calgary), “Language Effects on Ethnic Identity in Canada”
 Amy Salmon (University of British Columbia), “Moral Panic and the
Construction of ‘Youth at Risk’ in/through the First Nations and Inuit
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Fetal Alcohol Effects Initiative”
 Alina Tanasescu (University of Alberta), “Constructing Romanian Ethnic
Identities in a Multicultural Context: An Analysis of the Romanian
Community in Edmonton”
Session / 3(d): Reconstructing Historical Space/Place
Reconstruction des espaces et endroits historiques
(Donald Cameron Hall 30)
 Chair / Chaire: Anthony Rasporich (University of Calgary)
 Gerhard Bassler (Memorial University), “Internment in Newfoundland,
 Franca Iacovetta (University of Toronto), “Youth and Ethnicity in Early
Cold-War Canada”
 Ian Radforth (University of Toronto), “Ethnicity, Public Spectacle and
 Robert Storey (McMaster University), “‘Spaghetti Backs': Immigrant
Workers and the Rise of the Injured Workers Movement in 1970s
Session / 3(e): (Panel) Discourse Studies of Race and Gender in the Media
(TransCanada Pipeline 202)
 Frances Henry (Professor Emerita) and Carol Tator (York University),
“Racial Profiling in Toronto: Contested Media Discourses”
 Sean Hier (Queen’s University), “Policing Media and Hegemonic
 Yasmin Jiwani (Concordia Univeristy), “Discourse of Gendered Racism
in the Media”
 John Miller (Ryerson University), “Fairer and More Accurate Media
Coverage of Minorities”
Session / 3(f): Diasporic Spaces
Espaces diasporiques
(Max Bell 252)
 Chair / Chaire: Michael Lanphier (York University)
 Bikram Dhillon (University of Calgary), “Construction of the Diasporic
Identity: Growing as a Turbaned Sikh”
 (*) Aliaa Dakroury (Carleton University), “Psychological Analysis of the
Role of Diasporic Media: A Survey of the Egyptian Community in
 Nancy Jabbra (Loyola Marymount University), “Kinship and
Transnational Links in the Lebanese Diaspora”
 John Sorenson (Brock University) and Atsuko Matsuoka (York
University), “Haunted - The Politics of Long-Distance Nationalism in the
Eritrean Diaspora”
 Sin Yih Teo (University of British Columbia), “Privileging Experience,
Displacing Imagination: Tracing the Place of Canada Amongst Recent
PRC Immigrants”
(*): This presenter is unable to attend, but the paper will be made available
during the session / Ce présentateur ne peut pas être présent, mais son
travail sera rendu disponible pendant la séance.
Session / 3(g): Educational Space/Place
Espaces et endroits éducatifs
(Max Bell 150)
 Chair / Chaire: Marie McAndrew (Université de Montréal)
 Cherylynn Bassani (University of Calgary), “Academic Achievement and
Ethnicity in Canada and the United States: A Comparison”
 Shiva Sadeghi (McGill University), “Gendered Educational Discourse and
Academic Integration of First-Generation Immigrant Iranian
 Hiroko Noro (University of Victoria), “The Role of Ethnic Language
School in Constructing and Negotiating Ethnic Identity for the Japanese
Canadian Community in Greater Vancouver”
Session / 3(h): Imagining Canada: Shared Citizenship and Nation Building
Imaginer le Canada: citoyenneté partagée et la construction
des nations
(TransCanada Pipeline 201)
 Chair / Chaire: John Biles (Metropolis Project Team: Citizenship and
Immigration Canada)
 Bruce Jamieson (Strategic Research and Analysis, Canadian Heritage),
“National Narratives, Myths and Symbols in Canada”
 John Nadeau (Carleton University), “Branding Canada: A Review of the
Theoretical Literature”
 Krista Sandusky (Carleton University), “The Department of Canadian
Heritage’s Presence in the History Community: Trends and Directions in
the Imagining and Promotion of ‘Our’ Past”
Session / 3(i): Round Table on Diaspora, Islam and Gender
Table ronde sur le diaspora, le genre et l’Islam
(Max Bell 251)
 Mark Goodman (York University)
 Haideh Moghissi (York University)
 Saeed Rahnema (York University)
3:30-5:00 p.m.
Session / 4(a): Aboriginal Space/ Place
Espaces et endroits autochtones
(Max Bell Auditorium)
 Chair / Chaire: Donald B. Smith (University of Calgary)
 Frances Kaye (University of Nebraska), “Messiahs, Prophets and Ghost
Dancers on the Great Plains, 1869-1890”
 Dessislav Sabev (Université Laval), “Modern Native Images as
Traditional Narrative: Text, Context, and Cultural Geometry in Nous, les
premières nations, Québec's Museum of Civilization”
 Barry Stephenson (University of Calgary), “Spirit Catching: White
Spirituality and Native Religions”
Session / 4(b): Readings by Contemporary Canadian Writers
Lectures par des auteurs contemporains canadiens
(Max Bell 253)
 Chair / Chaire: Enoch Padolsky (Carleton University)
 Anna Mioduchowska and Barbara Janusz, “Poetic Dialogue”
 Gwynn Alcorn, “Mennonite Women and Sex”
 Weyman Chan
 Vivian Hansen, “Wild Verbs in Leylines of My Flesh”
 Hernan Restrepo, “Poems on the Path”
Session / 4(c): Developing and Analyzing Chinese Identity in Canada
Développant et analysant l'identité chinoise au Canada
(Max Bell 251)
 Chair / Chaire: Peter S. Li (University of Saskatchewan)
 Henry Chow (University of Regina), “Ethnic Identity Maintenance,
Heritage Language Retention and Scholastic Performance: A Case Study
of the Chinese Adolescents in Calgary”
 Daniel Lai (University of Calgary), “Ethnic Identity of Older Chinese in
Canada: Findings from an Empirical Research Study”
 Lloyd Sciban (University of Calgary), “Yee Hong Community Wellness
Foundation: Improving Elder Care for Chinese Canadians”
 Shu-ning Sciban (University of Calgary), “Ethnic Identity and Heritage
Language Newspapers: A Preliminary Study of Calgary Chinese
Session / 4(d): Creating Space: Historical Perspectives
Créer l'espace: perspectives historiques
(Donald Cameron Hall 30)
 Chair / Chaire: Gerhard Bassler (Memorial University)
 Aya Fujiwara (University of Alberta), “Theories of Ethnicity and History:
A Review of Selected Ethnic Histories”
 Andrij Makuch (Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies), “Ukrainians
and the Farmers’ Movement in Alberta, 1921-1935”
 Mercedes Stedman (Laurentian University),”Radical Jewish Women and
the Rise of Industrial Unionism in Canada’s Needle Trades”
Session / 4(e): Space/Place and Policy
Espace, endroit et principe
(Max Bell 150)
 Chair / Chaire: David Taras (University of Calgary)
 James D. Cameron (Saint Francis Xavier University), “Canadian
Scholarship on Illegal Entry: A Comparative Perspective”
 Paul Gingrich (University of Regina) “Meanings of Multiculturalism”
 Eugene Harasymiw (L.L.B.), “Canada’s Ethnic Community and the
Department of Citizenship and Immigration’s Bill C-18”
 Mai B. Phan (University of Toronto), “Kensington Market: Two Models of
Session / 4(f): African Transnational Social Fields
Domaines sociaux transnationaux africains
(Max Bell 252)
 Chair / Chaire: Charles Adeyanju (McMaster University)
 Shukria Dini (York University), “Refugees within Transnationalism: The
Case of Somali Refugees in Toronto, Canada”
 George Agyare (University of Alberta), “Transnationalism and
Globalization: Using Diaspora as a Heuristic to Understanding
 Ernest Nene Khalema (University of Alberta), “African-Canadian
Transnational Activities after September 11: A Redefinition of Citizenship
and Social Policy”
 Otrude N. Moyo (University of Southern Maine), “Cross Borders,
Immigrant African Women Scholars in the Academy: Reflections on
Openings and Closures Presented by Transnationalism and the
Internationalization of Higher Education”
Session / 4(g): Canada After September 11: Best of Times or
Worst of Times?
Le Canada Après le 11 septembre: le mieux des périodes ou le
pire des périodes?
(TransCanada Pipeline 201)
 Chair / Chaire: Jodey Michael Derouin (Department of Canadian
 John Biles (Metropolis Project Team: Citizenship and Immigration
Canada) and Humera Ibrahim (Department of Canadian Heritage), “A
Tale of Two Canadas”
 Minelle Mahtani (New School of Social Research), “Diversity and the
 Fernando Mata (Department of Justice Canada), “Researching Minority
Views on the Anti-terrorism Legislation Using Focus Groups: Design
Options and Research Items”
Session / 4(h): Ethnicity on the Ground: Mobilization and Strategies
Appartenance ethnique quotidienne: mobilisation et stratégies
(Donald Cameron Hall 17)
 Chair / Chaire: Lloyd Wong (University of Calgary)
 Joe Ceci (Alderman, City of Calgary), “Diversity Calgary Leadership
 Hieu Ngo (Coordinator), “Coalition for Equal Access to Education”
 Yvonne Chiu (Co-Executive Director), “Edmonton Multicultural Health
Brokers Coop”
 Teresa Woo Paw (Community Partnership for Access & Participation),
“Models of Collaboration for Minority Communities”
Cesar Cala (Community Partnership for Access & Participation),
“Strengthening Civic Participation”
Anu Bose (National Organization for Immigrant and Visible Minority
Women of Canada), “Building Policy Capacity of Minority Communities”
Session / 4(i): Narrating Space and Place
Raconter l’espace et l’endroit
(TransCanada Pipeline 202)
 Chair / Chaire: Alexander Freund (University of Winnipeg)
 (*)Femi Adagunodo (Nigerian journalist), “Nigeria's Indigenous Media
and Ethnic Culture”
 Satnam Chahal (University of British Columbia), “Contesting Academic
Portrayals of South Asian Youth”
 Jane Mulkewich (McMaster University), “Two voices from the Head of
the Lake, when ‘Canada was filling up with white people’”
 Pamela Sugiman (McMaster University) “The Time of Our Lives":
Japanese Canadian Wartime Narratives of Race, Nation, and Identity”
Session / 4(j): Creating Space and Place through the Arts
Créer l'espace et l'endroit par les arts
(Donald Cameron Hall 24)
 Chair / Chaire: Natalia Aponiuk (University of Manitoba)
 Anne Flynn (University of Calgary) and Lisa Doolittle (University of
Lethbridge), “Assimilating Bodies and Dance: Regulation and Resistance
in Canada's Choreography of Nationhood”
 Judith Mendelsohn (University of Calgary), “Djanet Sears' Harlem Duet:
Voicing the Experience of a Black North American Woman”
 Tamara Palmer Seiler (University of Calgary), “Grand Opera, High
Ground and High Stakes: Contested Terrains in John Estacio and John
Murrell's Filumina”
 Beverly Rasporich (University of Calgary) “Pioneering Ethnicity in the
Visual Arts – Esther Warkov’s Jewish Heritage”
7:00-10:00 p.m.
Banquet festin
Donald Cameron Hall Main Dining Room
Donald Cameron Hall pièce dinante
Awards / Prix:
Howard Palmer Memorial Scholarship Award
Récompense Commémorative de Bourse de Howard Palmer
 Christopher J. Fries
 Lisa Grekul
 Allan Rowe
Special Recognition Award
Récompense de Reconaissance Spéciale
 Anthony Rasporich
Lifetime Achievement Awards
Récompenses d'Accomplissements de Vie
 Frances Henry
 Cornelius Jaenen
 Warren Kalbach
Guest Speaker / Conférencier principal:
Peter S. Li (University of Saskatchewan)
“The Place of Immigrants: The Politics of Difference in Territorial
and Social Space”
Entertainment / Divertissements:
Jing Woo Martial Arts Association
Capoeira Aché Brasil Calgary
8:30-9:30 a.m.
Donald Cameron Hall 3, 4, 5
10:00-11:00 a.m.
Donald Cameron Hall 3, 4, 5
Wrap-up Panel / Panneau de Conclusion
 Chair / Chaire: Harry H. Hiller (University of Calgary)
 Peter S. Li (University of Saskatchewan)
 Marie McAndrew (Université de Montréal)
 Aritha van Herk (University of Calgary)