Tag Archives | Hugh Brody

UFV offers a four-week Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights and Land Claims certificate in Summer 2015

Still time to sign up for unique four-week certificate to study indigenous land claims

All over the world, Aboriginal people are bringing forward land claims. What’s in it for them? Can Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people find mutually-acceptable ways to resolve these claims and avoid controversy? To help shed light on these complex questions, the University of the Fraser Valley offers a unique four-week certificate program Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights […]

UFV planning Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights and Land Claims program this summer

The University of the Fraser Valley will once again be offering a team-taught, four-week, intensive certificate program on Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights and Land Claims program in Chilliwack this summer. This intensive four-week, three-course, 12-credit certificate offers students the opportunity to learn a range of conceptual and practical skills that are of direct relevance to […]

Hugh Brody DVD on ‡Khomani San to premiere in Chilliwack Nov 30

Anthropologist, writer, and filmmaker Hugh Brody has been working with the  ‡Khomani San, otherwise known as the Bushmen of the southern Kalahari, since 1996. His new DVD, Tracks Across the Sand, was made over 12 years, documenting the resilience of a people who were previously dispossessed of land and identity. The University of the Fraser […]