ithinisakahikan (Southern Indian Lake)
This map shows the location of ithinisakahikan (Southern Indian Lake) on a large topographical map of Western Canada.
Pīsim Finds Her Miskanaw Journey Map
This map shows the journey Pīsim and her family make on their way to the Spring Gathering in Pīsim Finds Her Miskanaw.
Pisim Finds Her Miskanaw Picture Book App
On October 24, 2019 the Six Seasons of Asiniskaw Ithiniwak collaborative research group celebrated the launch of the first picture book app in the Six Seasons series. A retelling of the 2013 story Pisim Finds Her Miskanaw, by William Dumas, the app brings Pisim’s journey richly to life through full-colour illustrations, songs, interactive games, and cultural notes.
Community, Collaboration, Conciliation: Are We Working Together in a Good Way?
Six Seasons Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Jennifer Robinson highlights how community and participatory-based arts collectives are creating new decolonial and anti-colonial research practices through acts of conciliation.
Sweetgrass Stories: Listening for Animate Land
Cariou, Warren. “Sweetgrass Stories: Listening for Animate Land.” Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry, vol. 5, no. 3, 2018, pp. 338–352.1
Relational Accountability, or, The Limits of Objectivity
Reimer, Mavis. “Relational Accountability, or, The Limits of Objectivity.” Jeunesse, vol. 6, no. 2, 2014, pp. 1-14.
The Now Place: Indigenous Storytelling in the Contemporary World
Dr. Warren Cariou presenting "The Now Place: Indigenous Storytelling in the Contemporary World."
Moving Picture Books into the Future: Active Learning and Picture Book Apps
Moving Picture Books into the Future: Active Learning and Picture Book Apps, a Skywalk Lecture by Dr. Mavis Reimer, Project Director of the Six Seasons of the Asiniskow Ithiniwak Project, Millennium Library, February 21, 2018. Dr. Reimer discusses the successes and challenges of adapting Pīsim Finds Her Miskanow into a picture book app as part of the Six Seasons of the Asiniskow Ithiniwak project.
Pisim: Revitalizing and Reclaiming Rocky Cree Culture, Identity and History
Kevin Brownlee, Curator of Archaeology at the Manitoba Museum, talking about a labour of love - Pisim: Revitalizing and Reclaiming Rocky Cree Culture, Identity and History.
The Archaeological Foundations and Future Contributions to the Six Seasons Project, Part 2
This is the second half of the Six Seasons Research Circle presentation by the Archaeology Team Leaders, Kevin Brownlee and Scott Hamilton, "The Archaeological Foundations and Future Contributions to the Six Seasons Project," on October 27, 2017 at the University of Winnipeg.