Conferences Presentations

Conferences Presentations and Symposiums

Paul, E., Archibald, J. & Martin, G. (2019). Indigenous Storywork and Storytelling Traditions Public Talk, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC.

Cueponcaxochitl Dianna Moreno Sandoval, Marissa Munoz, Susie M. Abajian, Man-chiu Lin, Julia Gutierrez (presenters), Georgina Martin (discussant), (April 2016). Re-Creating and Reimagining Spaces for Indigenous Feminisms: Case Studies from Five Cultural Contexts, Curriculum Studies Symposium, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Martin, G. & William, A.J. (July 2015). Collaborating to Self-Actualize and Reclaim Secwepemc Cultural Identities Through an Indigenous Knowledge Framework. Presentation at the He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference, Hamilton, NZ.

Martin, G. (June 2015). Drumming My Way Home: An Intergenerational Narrative Inquiry About Secwepemc Identities. Presentation at the Academic Homeplace: An International Community in Teacher Education Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Lester-Smith, D., Martin, G., Parent, A., & Price, R. (April 2012). Collaboration is an Olive Branch: Hold it out and Offer your Unconditional Support. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (June 2012). Drumming My Way Home: An Intergenerational Narrative Inquiry About Secwepemc Identities. Paper presented at the 12th Annual National Gathering of Graduate Students in Aboriginal Health Research and 2nd Annual AHRNetS Conference, Montreal, QC.

Martin, G. (June 2012). Presentation of PhD Intergenerational Secwepemc Identity research focus at the 1st Annual Inter-University Graduate Seminar in Educational Research, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (May 2012). An intergenerational Narrative Inquiry About Secwepemc Identities.  Presentation at the Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Martin, G. (December 2010). Drumming My Way Home: A Secwepemc Perspective.  Presentation at the 6th International Conference on Indigenous Education: Pacific Rim, Cairns, Queensland, AU.

Martin, G. (June 2010). Drumming My Way Home: A Secwepemc Perspective. Research intent presented at the International conference, Celebrating Indigenous Knowledges: Peoples, Lands, Cultures, Trent University, Peterborough, ON.

Archibald, J. & Martin, G. (April 2009). The Intergenerational Transfer of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Panel discussion at the American Educational Research Association Conference 2009, San Diego, CA.

Commodore, H. & Martin, G. (November 2008). Indigenous Elders’ Protocol. A project presented at the Indigenous Knowledge Mobilization Symposium, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (April 1998). Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples Report Rebirth and Renewal”.  Paper presented at the British Association for Canadian Studies 25th Annual Conference on Nation Building, University of Edinburgh, SCT.

Invited Talks

Martin, G. (January 2020). Panelist for “Enacting the TRC and UNDRIP in Post-Secondary Education”. Hwulmuxw Mustimuxw Siiem – Indigenous Learning Partners and Vancouver Island University Retreat, Parksville, BC.

Martin, G. (April 2013). Panelist for “Indigenous Research in the Faculty of Education”. Dean’s Town Hall Meeting. University of British Columbia Faculty of Education, Vancouver, BC.

International Conference Coordination

Place, Belonging & Promise