Julie Nagam,

Inuit Art Quarterly - - CONTRIBUTO­RS -

PhD, is the Chair in His­tory of In­dige­nous

Art in North Amer­ica, a joint ap­point­ment with the Uni­ver­sity of Win­nipeg and the Win­nipeg Art Gallery. She leads The Trans­ac­tive Mem­ory Keep­ers: In­dige­nous Pub­lic En­gage­ment in Dig­i­tal and New Me­dia Labs and Exhibition­s project. Nagam’s re­cent publi­ca­tions in­clude “Trav­el­ing soles:

Trac­ing the foot­prints of our stolen sis­ters” (2017) and “De­ci­pher­ing the re­fusal of the dig­i­tal and bi­nary codes of sovereignt­y/self-de­ter­mi­na­tion and civ­i­lized/sav­age” (2016). An ac­tively prac­tic­ing artist, Nagam’s work has been shown na­tion­ally and in­ter­na­tion­ally. She is cur­rently cre­at­ing new works for Nuit Blanche in Toronto and the Smith­so­nian in New York, among oth­ers.

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