Castillo, Victoria Elena. (2024). Roundtable. Organizing Objects Through the Stories We Tell, Part 2. Presentation Title “Nice Murals.” Canadian Anthropology Society Meeting. Sedimented Histories | Vital Trajectories. May 15-18, 2024. Kelowna, BC. (Funded by Yukon University’s Scholarly Activity Fund).

Castillo, Victoria Elena and Christine Schreyer. (2024). Invited Talk. Presentation Title: “Developing ECHO: Lessons Learned.” Indigenous Open Educational Resources in Practice, Open Education Webinar Series. Canadian Association of Research Librarians. February 7, 2024.

Castillo, Victoria Elena. (2023). Flash Talk: ‘WAMM: Women Artists Making Murals’ – Survey Preliminary Results. American Anthropology Association/Canadian Anthropology Society Annual Meeting. Transitions. November 15-19, 2023. Toronto, Ontario.

Alfred, Jessica and Victoria Castillo. (2019). Conference Poster Presentation: Cross-Cultural Exchange Along the Yukon River: Chilkat, Northern Tutchone, & Hudson’s Bay Company Fur Traders at Fort Selkirk & their Material Culture. InOur Trails Bring Us Together / Haa deiyí wóoshxh haa ła.ât / Łä̀ chʼi tän kwäga dūjal du / Nehtän anāy lazh’i dūnyana yē nǟts’eddhat / Dahtene yèh shı̄d̀ èł / Nitąy łits’ä ̨̀ ’ në̀ näjèl / Nos chemins nous rassemblent. Celebrating the Kohklux Maps at 150 Years October 24 -27, 2019 Whitehorse, Yukon Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre.

Castillo, Victoria. (2019). Conference Presentation: “She was accompanied by some of her tribe & husband, who was a nonentity”: Leadership and Gender in the 18th Century Northwestern North American Fur Trade. The American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting. Pennsylvania State University, September 25-28, 2019. State College, USA.

Castillo, Victoria. (2018). American Society for Ethnohistory 2018 Meeting / Congreso. Paper Title: ‘Women Making Shoes & etc. & etc. ‘: Identifying the Presence and Role of Women in the Remote Subarctic Fur Trade Post of Fort Selkirk, Yukon. Oaxaca, Mexico, October 11-13, 2018.

Castillo, Victoria. (2018). Peripheries and Boundaries: 48th Annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology. Paper title: “Women Smoking Leather”: Identifying Women and Their Ethnicity at Fort Selkirk. Seattle, Washington. January 6-11, 2015.

Castillo, Victoria. (2014). World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education. E Mau Ana Ka Mo’olelo. Oahu, Hawaii. Co-presented paper title: Building Capacity in First Nations Communities: A Success Story. May 18th – 24th, 2014.

Castillo, Victoria. (2013). Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory. WATER WAYS: The Ethnohistories of People and Water. Paper title: Down from Above, Up from Below: River Travel and Trade in Mid-19th Century Yukon. New Orleans, Louisiana. September 11th-14th, 2013.

Castillo, Victoria. (2013). Canadian Archaeological Association 46th Annual Conference. Paper title: Calling the Moose: An Early Contact Period Example of Northern Tutchone Art from Fort Selkirk, Yukon. Whistler, British Columbia. May 15th-19th, 2013. 

Castillo, Victoria. (2006). Chacmool Archaeology Conference: Decolonizing Archaeology: Archaeology and the Post-Colonial Critique. Calgary, Alberta. November 11-13, 2006.

Castillo, Victoria. (2006). 9th North American Fur Trade Conference and 12th Rupert’s Land Colloquium: The Fur Trade Before and After Lewis and Clark. University of Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. May 24-28, 2006.

Castillo, Victoria. (2003). Latin American Representations: Gender, Class, Colour, and Nation. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. January 17-18, 2003.


49th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association. Session Organizer and Chair, “Papers in Honour of Raymond Le Blanc”. Whitehorse, YK. May 4-7, 2016.