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Hikma Office Hours with Camille Callison

Intentional Relationships and Indigenous Knowledges: A conversation with Camille Callison about cultural memory, context, data sovereignty and reconciliation

Join us for a conversation with Camille Callison, University Librarian at the University of the Fraser Valley, and Erica Machulak, Founder of Hikma Strategies. After a brief discussion about how to work respectfully and intentionally with Indigenous people and communities, we'll invite attendees to share in the discussion.

Event Details

Date: Monday, November 22, 2021

Time: 10am-11am Pacific (1pm-2pm Eastern)

A Zoom link will be shared with registered participants shortly before the event.

What are Hikma Office Hours?

Hikma Office Hours are conversations with changemakers across contexts about how ideas take shape, travel, and thrive.

These virtual events are free to attend, but space is limited. Participation in these events is limited to facilitate dialogue between guest experts and attendees. Register early to claim your spot.

About Camille Callison

Camille Callison brings expert knowledge and lived experience to our conversation about Indigenous Knowledges and relationship building in library, archival and cultural memory praxis. Camille is a Tāłtān Nation member, the University Librarian at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), and a passionate cultural activist pursuing a PhD in Anthropology dedicated to the continued survival and activation of Indigenous knowledges, languages and cultures. Among many other contributions, Camille serves as the Chair of IFLA Professional Division H and a member of IEEE P2890™ Recommended Practice for Provenance of Indigenous Peoples’ Data, OCLC Reimagine Descriptive Workflows Advisory Group, NISO Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion subcommittee and the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission Taskforce on Archives. She is committed to advancing matters related to Indigenous peoples and creating meaningful change related to equity, diversity, and inclusivity within cultural memory professions.