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SSHRC 2015 Partnership Development Grant - Growing GRASAC: mobilizing Great Lakes indigenous heritage for the 21st century

September 14, 2016

UTSG Associate Professor Heidi Bohaker has been awarded a SSHRC Partnership Development grant worth $192,454 over two years, for "Growing GRASAC: mobilizing Great Lakes indigenous heritage for the 21st century", with five co-applicants including the Faculty of Information’s Cara Krmpotich, 17 collaborators and three institutional partners: the Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford, Ontario, Carleton University and Cornell University. The project aims to foster new collaborative research methodologies and projects between university-based based researchers and Great Lakes First Nations/Tribal Council Heritage and Cultural Centres to promote knowledge transfer that will elicit better and richer understandings of Great Lakes Indigenous histories and responses to colonialism. 

View the full list of current SSHRC Partnership Development Grant recipients.

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