Manitoulan Island Summer Historical Institute (MISHI) 2018 CFP

MISHI 2018: Doodemag: Exploring Anishinaabe Worldviews Through Clans

The History of Indigenous Peoples (HIP) Network, based at York University and housed in the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, and the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation (OCF), located on Manitoulin Island, is pleased to invite applications for the Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute (MISHI), June 10-17, 2018. MISHI is an annual event in Anishinaabe Studies that brings together students, teachers, knowledge-holders, artists, and Elders for a week-long summer institute on Manitoulin Island. It is an excellent opportunity to concentrate on a single theme in Anishinaabe Studies while engaging with other scholars and to explore Manitoulin Island. The theme for MISHI 2018 is exploring Anishinaabe Worldviews, especially through the lens of doodemag or clans.

Application Deadline: January 15,2018
For more information and application process: MISHI 2018 Call for Participants (pdf)

For information on the Manitoulan Island Summer Historical Institute