Dr. Judy Iseke, director/producer of Wesaketewenowuk: Roots Growing Up. As a filmmaker, author, educator, and researcher, Dr. Judy Iseke understands the importance of revitalizing the highly threatened Michif language, which is key to Métis culture and knowledge […]
Wesaketewenowuk. The seven-syllable Michif word is the very apt title for Dr. Judy Iseke’s new short documentary that will be shown Saturday at the Musée Héritage Museum. The screening is part of a celebration of Métis culture and the launch of her new internet resource called Our Elder Stories.
Two local filmmakers have received Telus Storyhive grants to produce very different works. Read the original story by Scott Hayes here. Pretty soon, the world is going to sing songs about the mighty superhero Red […]
A 5-year SSHRC Insight Grant has been awarded to Dr. Judy Iseke, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledge and Research. These funds will support the research program entitled “Indigenous Knowledge and Music in Indigenous Language: […]
Kim Latimer interviews Judy Iseke on CBC Radio to talk about her film Grandmothers of the Metis Nation and to promote its premiere which took place on Feb. 23, 2010 for Lakehead University’s Research and […]
‘A Living History of Métis Families as told by Dorothy Chartrand’ February 24, 7:00-8:30 p.m., ATAC 2001, Lakehead University Lakehead University Associate Professor Judy Iseke-Barnes, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Education, worked with various groups […]