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dr. linda manyguns is the associate vice-president of indigenization and decolonization at Mount Royal University. She is a Blackfoot woman, born on the Tsuut'ina Nation and registered at Siksika Nation. many guns is an elder for the Buffalo Women's Society and part of the Beaver Bundle Society.
manyguns was a professor at the University of Lethbridge, in the Department of Indigenous Studies for 11 years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from St. Thomas University, Master's from Carleton University, law degree from the University of Ottawa and PhD from Trent University. Her research focuses on Indigenous subjects and Indigenous methodologies.
manyguns' began her work on "The Ten Grandmothers" or "The Ten Old Ladies Project" while serving as the Executive Director for the Nii Touii Knowledge and Learning Centre. Her project involved interviews with ten female Indigenous elders who recounted their personal lives.
Antoine Eche is an Associate Professor of French at Mount Royal University.
He obtained his BA, MA in English and American Literature and MA in Teaching French as a Foreign Language and PhD in French Literature from the Universite de Tours.
Eche has taught French language courses internationally including the University of Strathclyde, University of Calgary and University of Cyprus. His research focuses on the Ancient Regime travel writing which he has published many books and journals on the topic.
He is a member of the Enlightenment Group at MRU and assists with the creation of colloquiums and other symposiums for the Department of English, Languages, and Cultures.