My most recent talks include: / Mu ođđaseamos sáhkavuorut:

2017: Keynote, New Nordic Feminisms Workshop, University of Oslo, Aug. 26.

Invited panelist, Confederation @ 150: Roundtable Plenary – CPSA Truth and Reconciliation Committee Roundtable (TRC Workshop) – “Ensuring that the TRC is a Program of Action: The CPSA Reconciliation Committee’s Plan and the Discipline.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Ryerson University, Toronto, May 31.

Invited panelist, Roundtable: “Feminist Praxis in Intersectional Pedagogy.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Ryerson University, Toronto, June 1.

Invited panelist, “Implementing Indigenous Self-Determination” Workshop. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, May 15.

 Invited Panelist, “Campus (Re) Conciliations: First Listenings” Conference, Victoria College, University of Toronto, Mar. 24.

 Invited Panelist, “Implementing the UNDRIP: A Canada-Norway Dialogue Conference,” Université de Montréal, Feb. 17.

Invited Panelist, Workshop “Relational Autonomy.” Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. Jan. 28.

2016: Invited participant. Workshop “UNDRIP Implementation: Braiding Indigenous, International and Domestic Laws.” University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Dec. 3.

“Indigenous Gender Justice.” Talk at the University of Alberta Political Science Speaker Series “Power Moves.” Nov. 24.

Dr. Rauna Kuokkanen: Indigenous Gender Justice from Faculty of Arts on Vimeo.

Invited panelist, Workshop “Understanding Sovereignty and Security in the Circumpolar Arctic.” Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. Jan. 25-26.

Invited panelist, Public Issues Forum “Indigenous Peoples and Resource Development.” Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto. Jan. 20.

2015: Roundtable “North/South Feminisms.” Sex and Capital. 9th European Feminist Research Conference. University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland. 3-6 June.

 Keynote: “Indigenous Self-Determination: From the Politics of Recognition to Restructuring Relations.” Sex and Capital. 9th European Feminist Research Conference. University of Lapland, 3-6 June.

“Reconceptualizing Indigenous Self-Determination in Sápmi, Canada and Greenland.” Symposium: Traditions and Customs in Decision-Making Regarding the Sami. Faculty of Law, University of Lapland, Mar. 26.

 Keynote, “From Elsa Laula to Maxida Märak. Almost 100 Years of Sami Women’s Radical Action.” Sámi NissonForum/Sami Women’s Forum Seminar, Umeå, Sweden, Mar. 6.

 Invited Panelist at the UN Expert Seminar on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples with Respect to their Cultural Heritage, held at the University of Lapland, Finland, Feb. 26-27.

2014: Keynote, ““Sámedutkamis lea stuorra servodatdoaibma.” Makkár ja mo dutkan ovddida servodaga?” [The Role of Sámi Research in Nation-Building. What kind of research and how does research advance a society?]. Sámi Research Seminar. The Universities of Lapland and Oulu and the Sámi Education Centre, Inari, Finland, Nov. 13-14.

“Gendered Violence and Politics in Indigenous Communities.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Brock University, St. Catharines, May 28.

 “Greenland: Toward Indigenous Governance or Modern Nationhood?” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Brock University, St. Catharines, May 27.

 “Indigenous Women’s Rights in International Law.” International Studies Association Annual Convention. Panel on International Human Rights, Indigenous Rights and Indigenous-State Relations. Toronto, Mar. 27.

Keynote, “Indigenous Economies, Women and Governance.” Arctic/Northern Women: Law and Justice, Development and Equality. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario Feb. 28-Mar. 1.

2012: Invited Expert, “Addressing Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls as a Human Rights Issue.” Paper presented at the United Nations International Expert Group Meeting on Combating violence against indigenous women and girls: article 22 of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. New York, Jan. 18-20.