Join us for Breakfast Club at the Social Innovation Hub!
We’re excited to hear from Craig Ginn at the July edition of Breakfast Club! Craig serves many roles at the intersections of academics, religion, Indigenous studies, and music, and offers unique perspectives in how these can be leveraged for social change. During his time with us, Craig will share the story of how two projects – Songs of Justice, and more recently, the Animal Kinship Project – came to be, the impact they have, and some of the pathways he’s leveraged towards social innovation.
Agenda as follows:
- 9:00 Arrival, coffee and pastries served
- 9:15 Speaking and Q&A with Craig Ginn
- 10:00 Networking
Enjoy breakfast on us and immerse yourself in learning and connecting with fellow innovators.
About Craig Ginn
Craig is an Associate Professor (Teaching) at the University of Calgary in the Department of Classics and Religion and serves as the Director of the International Indigenous Studies Program. His current research interests include religion and music, the historical-comparative study of religion, and near-death experiences. He is active in interdisciplinary research also, serving as a Co-Investigator in a community-based study exploring links between health, spirituality, and wellbeing within the Métis Nation of Alberta – Region 3. Most recently, Craig has been working on multi-media projects including the Songs of Justice Project and the Animal Kinship Project.