Dr. Brittany Luby : ” How Canada Underdeveloped Water Infrastructure on First Nations”
Our Guest Speaker for our April 27th General Meeting will be Dr. Brittany Luby from the Faculty of History at the University of Guelph. Her topic will be ” How Canada Underdeveloped Water Infrastructure on First Nations”
Professor Luby is author of “Drowned: Anishinabek Economies and Activism during the Post-War Hydroelectric Boom, 1950 – 1975,” a dissertation funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, which she completed at York University. This dissertation was placed into the category for awards. Professor Luby’s critical and creative work can be found in periodicals such as the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, Ontario History, Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Native Studies Review, Feathertale Review, Native Literatures: Generations, and Red Ink Magazine. Professor Luby’s poetry has also appeared in Walk Myself Home.