Critical Discussion

Shelley Niro, The Iroquois Is a Highly Developed Matriarchal Society, 1991

Theory and Beer

A Return to Reciprocity with Franchesca Hebert-Spence

  • November 16, 2017, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
  • Duke of Kent Legion, 227 McDermot Avenue

Free, everyone welcome!

In A Return to Reciprocity, Lorraine Meyer reflects on the complexities of her intersectional experience as a Métis woman and details the obstacles she has faced. By introducing the philosophy of kinship, or reciprocity, Meyer contributes to feminism. The intent is to create a language for lived experiences that have been under-explored.

Reading: Lorraine Mayer, “A Return to Reciprocity”

  • Franchesca Hebert-Spence

    Franchesca Hebert-Spence received her BFA from the Brandon University Visual and Aboriginal Arts Program. This fall, she will be entering the University of Winnipeg Masters of Arts in Cultural Studies. Hebert-Spence focuses on decolonization and feminism. Her emphasis on engagement, both through her curatorial and artistic practice, utilizes critical dialogue.