Wendy Wickwire joined the students in Jeremy Cardonna’s course ( ES 427,  “Colonization, Nature and the Making of British Columbia”) for a discussion of her book  on February 11, 2020 at the First Peoples House, UVIC.

Wendy Wickwire will discuss her book on zoom, hosted by the Saanich and the Islands Green Party, 7pm, January 26, 2021. Register here.

Friday, April 17, 2020, 1pm, Eastern time; 10am Pacific Time, Wendy Wickwire discusses her book with Brian Carpenter (Curator of Native American Materials, Center for Native American and Indigenous Research, American Philosophical Society Library & Museum, Philadelphia). Details on registration.

October 24, 2019, 4:30-6pm, SFU, Dept of Archaeology. “James Teit (1864-1922): From Salvage Ethnography to Political Advocacy.”

Nov. 5, 2019, 6pm, UVIC, History Dept, “Cafe Historique” dinner/talk.

Nov. 6, 2019, 11:30-12:30, UVIC, School of Environmental Studies Seminar Series, “Ethnobiology and Political Praxis: James Teit and the Nlaka’pamux, 1884-1922.”

Nov. 21, 2019, 2pm. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, “Boas and his Invisible Other: The Legacy of James A. Teit of Spences Bridge, British Columbia,” in a session  with Angie Bain, Chris Arnett and John Haugen, titled: “Hidden Presence: Franz Boas, James Teit and the Anthropology of South Central British Columbia, 1894-1930”

January 23, 2020, 7pm, Victoria Historical Society, Victoria, BC. “James Teit and the Politics of Indigenous Resistance in Early 20th C. British Columbia”

January 30, 2020, the Lost Causa Reading Group, hosted by the UVIC law grad students, will discuss Wendy Wickwire’s new book, Grad Centre, Room. 108, 4:30pm. 

February 29, 2020, Wendy Wickwire will be one of several speakers at an all-day “Coastal Scots Symposium,” St. Andrews Church, 924 Douglas St. Victoria. Wickwire will be speaking in the mid-morning on: “From Shetland to British Columbia: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of James Teit, 1864-1922.”

March 6, 2020, Sidney Literary Fest will feature an evening of readings by authors, Wendy Wickwire and Meenal Shrivastava at the  Shoal Centre, 10030 Restaven Dr., Sidney, BC, 7pm.

March 17, 2020, Voices of Saanich Speaker Series (hosted by the Green Party of BC) will feature an evening of readings by  Wendy Wickwire and Lorna Crozier. Mary Winspeare Centre, Room 2, Sidney, BC. 6:30pm.