Tag Archives: Field School

Reflections on Learning: Conversations in the Car, the Bus, the Boardwalk/Debaajmihtaadoak daabaaning, bemwidgeway daabaaning, sihgaakoh maasechguning: wii waamjigaadek daa kenjihgewin

Nunda ezhibiigaadegin d’goh biigaadehknown ezhi debaahdedek nungwa manda neebing Mnidoo Mnising Neebing gah Bizh’ezhiwaybuck zhaazhi  gonda behbaandih kenjih’gehjik. This essay is part of an ongoing series reflecting on this summer’s Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute (MISHI). By Clara MacCallum Fraser with Kelly King & Nicole Latulippe Is it possible to convey the depth of embodied learning through the written word?… Read more »

Wisdom Sits in Places: Reflections on MISHI 2017/MISHI 2017 ezhi guh noamdahmowaat: Ezhi ankonegaadek aki, naa naag’doowendaamowin, ezhi ahnkeh’bihmaadzing, ezhi ahnkohsing bimaadziiwnah

Nunda ezhibiigaadegin d’goh biigaadehknown ezhi debaahdedek nungwa manda neebing Mnidoo Mnising Neebing gah Bizh’ezhiwaybuck zhaazhi  gonda behbaandih kenjih’gehjik. This post is part of a monthly series of reflections from the Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute coordinated by the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation and Carolyn Podruchny in the Department of History at York University. By C. Elizabeth Best Over the past five years,… Read more »