Lectures and Keynotes

I give guest lectures and I am a keynote speaker. My main topics are residential schools, Indian hospital and intergenerational trauma. I speak truth to power about my past and current lived-experiences. Below are a selection of guest lectures and an upcoming keynote.

University of Alberta

Martin, G. (2021, May). Keynote: The Four Hs of Restoring Balance: Honour, Humility, Hope and Humour. ARTS SIG preconference, Canadian Society for the Study of Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Simon Fraser University

Martin, G. (2015, June). Intergenerational Impacts of Indian Residential Schools.  Presentation to Joyce Schneider’s, The Cultures, Languages and Origins of Canada’s First Peoples class, FNST 101. Simon Fraser University, Harbour Center, Vancouver, BC. 

Martin, G. (2015, June). Intergenerational Impacts of Indian Residential Schools. Presentation to Joyce Schneider’s, The Cultures, Languages and Origins of Canada’s First Peoples class, FNST 101. Fraser International College, Burnaby, BC. 

Martin, G. (2015, February). Intergenerational Impacts of Indian Residential Schools. Presentation to Joyce Schneider’s, The Cultures, Languages and Origins of Canada’s First Peoples class, FNST 101. Fraser International College, Burnaby, BC. 

Martin, G. (2014, October). Intergenerational Impacts of Indian Residential Schools.  Presentation to Joyce Schneider’s, The Cultures, Languages and Origins of Canada’s First Peoples class, FNST 101. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. 

Kwantlen Polytechnic and Thompson Rivers University

Martin, G. (2015, June). Race, space, and territoriality, focusing on women’s experiences. Presentation to Jennifer Anaquod’s Indigenous Perspectives on Settler Colonial Societies class, SOC 3155. Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Burnaby, BC. 

Martin, G. (2014, November). Drumming My Way Home:  An Intergenerational Narrative Inquiry About Secwepemc Identities. Presentation to J. Randolph Radney’s First Nations Language and World View class, FNST 2300. Thompson Rivers University Regional Campus, Williams Lake, BC.

University of British Columbia

Martin, G. (2015, March). Drumming my way home: An intergenerational narrative inquiry About Secwepemc identities. Presentation to Dr. Shelly Johnson’s, First Nations Social Issues in Social Work Practice class, SOWK 425-03. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (2014, October). The Hand Drum as a Research Methodology. Presentation to Dr. Cash Ahenakew’s Research Methodologies in Education class, EDUC 500. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (2014, October). Indigenous Storywork and Narrative Inquiry. Presentation to Dr. Cash Ahenakew’s Aboriginal Education in Canada class, EDUC 440. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 

Martin, G. (2014, September). Secwepemc Hand Drum as a Methodological Framework.  Presentation to Dr. Cash Ahenakew’s Indigenous Inquiry and Methodology class, EDST 501A-081. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (2013, November). History, Residential Schools, and the Experiences of Aboriginal Students in BC Schools. Presentation to Dr. Stephanie Skourte’s Introduction to Sociology class, SOC 100A. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Martin, G. (2013, September). The Intergenerational Effects of Residential Schools. Presentation to Dr. Shelly Johnson`sFirst Nations Issues in Social Work class, SOWK 510-001. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.   

Martin, G. (2013, June). Pedagogical Approaches in Indigenous Education: Indigenous Storywork. Presentation to Dr. Bathseba Opini`s Aboriginal Education in Canada class, EDUC 440. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.