Dr. Frank Tough, Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta – Introduction

Dr. Frank Tough, professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta. “What this case really represents is a clash of history & law”. This video is a part of the Métis in the Courts project.

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  1. Dear Dr. Tough

    My name is Tristan Ellenberger. I’m a doctoral student in the department of History and Classics and I work as an outreach coordinator for the FGSR.

    I’m writing to you today to let you know about an exciting event that will be held on the UofA North Campus on 1 May and to see if you’d be interested in participating. First, here is some information about the event.

    This May we will hold the seventh annual Liberal Arts Day. The purpose of this event is to get junior-high-age student’s interested in the diversity offered by an broad Arts education and to give them a flavor of what it is we do on our side of campus. This event brings roughly 500 grade eight students to the university to hear two 50 minute presentations. Past topics have ranged from ancient archaeology and the mad Russian Monk Rasputin to philosophy and critical thinking and video game story telling.

    I’m wondering if you would be interested in presenting on an aspect of your research at this year’s event. If so, I ask that you be willing to offer two engaging and age-appropriate presentations at 10am and 11am on Friday 1 May 2015.

    Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Best Regards,

    Tristan Ellenberger
    Outreach Coordinator

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