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Hay Festival Reformations: Lee Maracle on indigenous education, in conversation with Ingrid Bejerman

Reformas Hay Festival: Educación indígena

Arequipa 2017 , 

The 30th Hay Festival coincided with the 500th anniversary of the Reformations proposed by Martin Luther. In the same spirit, we asked a number of thinkers to present new reformations on matters that are relevant today. Lee Maracle is one of the most prolific Canadian aboriginal authors and is a recognised authority on indigenous Americans and their literature. An award-winning poet, novelist, storyteller, screenplay writer, actor and preserver of mythology and traditions in Stó:lō, she talks to Ingrid Bejerman about the place of indigenous knowledge in university education programmes in the Western world.

Hay Festival Reformations: Lee Maracle on indigenous education, in conversation with Ingrid Bejerman