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Here is a breakdown of our recent and upcoming workshops and online events. Explore the series and find out what inspires you. You can also gain access to all of the webinar recordings by becoming a BrainBoost subscriber.

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Cultivate Knowledge

Ashton College is delighted to be hosting a brand new series of free online workshops to help you stay inspired, intellectually challenged and knowledgeable. Our BrainBoost workshop series takes place online and is completely free for attendees. These micro webinars are designed to make high quality education accessible for everyone. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!

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Upcoming Events


Date and Time: 
December 2nd, 2021, 4:30 - 5:30 pm PST

Facilitator Bio:
Katherine Morton Richards (she/her) is a settler colonial researcher, PhD candidate and instructor at Memorial University of Newfoundland. She is interested in the meaning-making processes found in political and social responses of settler colonial institutions to colonial violence. Her PhD research identifies points of intersection between violence, Indigenous identity and colonialism in relation to the material spaces of residential schools. She examines residential schools as carceral spaces that contradict Canada's national sense of self. She completed research in her MA on the construction of tropes of Indigenous identity and their presence in Indigenous-focused public inquiries. Her independent research focuses on femicide in Canada, particularly the case of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG).




Visit our website to learn more about our continuing education course on the Residential School System in Canada.






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