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Research takes masters student back to her First Nation home – URegina

by ahnationtalk on April 12, 201721 Views

April 12, 2017

When Cheyanne Desnomie was looking for a research topic for her Anthropology honours paper, she didn’t have to go far.

Desnomie returned home to the Peepeekisis Cree Nation located on Treaty 4 land near Belcarres, Saskatchewan to delve into the long-standing issue that has created a social divide between band members for generations.

Desnomie graduated as the only Honours student in the Anthropology department in 2014 and is the first Indigenous student to complete the honours program. Desnomie is student success facilitator at the U of R’s Aboriginal Student Centre.

Her research on Peepeekisis has been published in the peer reviewed, Nebraska Press and forms the basis for her masters thesis in history.

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