Canada Seminar


Monday, March 28, 2022, 12:00pm to 1:30pm


This is a zoom Webinar. Please see below for the registration link.

Making “A Waterfront for the World”:
Racial Capitalism, Indigeneity, and the Marketing of Zibi in Canada’s Capital

Speaker: Heather Dorries, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Planning and the Centre for Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto

Chair: Katie Mazer, William Lyon Mackenzie King Postdoctoral Fellow, Canada Program, Harvard University

This is an online Zoom Webinar, please register here:

Heather Dorries is of Anishinaabe and settler ancestry and a member of Sagkeeng First Nation in Treaty 1. She is an Assistant Professor jointly appointed to the Department of Geography and Planning and Centre for Indigenous Studies at the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on the relationship between urban planning and settler colonialism and examines how Indigenous intellectual traditions—including Indigenous environmental knowledge, legal orders, and cultural production—can serve as the foundation for justice-oriented approaches to planning.


See also: Canada Seminar