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Gabrielle A Slowey

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Department of Politics

Associate Professor
Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies

Office: Kaneff Tower, 724
Phone: 416-919-5419 Ext: x22564
Email: gaslowey@yorku.ca / robdir@yorku.ca
Primary website: Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Secondary website: Department of Politics

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Gabrielle Slowey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics at York University and is a member of the graduate programs in Politics and Socio-Legal Studies. She is also the Director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies at York. She was the inaugural Fulbright Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College (USA) and a York-Massey Fellow. Her research focuses on the political economy of land claims, treaties and self-government, especially across the north/Arctic and in areas where resource extraction takes place. Her work considers questions of community health, environmental security, climate change and Indigenous rights in these contexts. Her approach is very much community-based and community-driven research. It draws upon broader theoretical concerns of colonialism, reconciliation, staples and democracy.
In 2018 she was co-PI on a SSHRC Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation Connection Grant for a project titled: Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow: Supporting the Transfer of Knowledge and Promoting an Understanding of What the Agreements Mean to Improve Future Governance opportunities and relationships. She is the author of numerous publications including Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.

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Degrees

PhD, University of Alberta
MA, University of New Brunswick
BA, University of Toronto

Professional Leadership

Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Board Member, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS)
Fulbright Canada, Director of Canadian Alumni Association and Alumni Advisory Council, Member

Research Interests

Indigenous Peoples , Community-Based Research, (Unconventional) Resource Extraction/Energy and Natural Resources, Politics, Treaties and (Self-)Government, Environmental Politics, Indigenous Politics (Environment/Unconventional ResourceExtraction)

Current Research Projects

2018-2019. SSHRC. Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation - Connection Grants Canada. Principal Investigator. Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow

    Summary:

    “Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow” (SP&I) is a knowledge mobilization project that consists of two phases: Phase 1 (November 2018-May 2019) is the focus of this grant application because it involves community outreach and engagement within the Yukon in the form of workshops and meetings to ascertain what Yukoners (in particular the parties to the agreements along with implementers and youth) want to know about the agreements, the challenges they have experienced and best practices. Phase 2, which will occur following the end of the grant period (May 2019-November 2019) sees this knowledge mobilization project culminate in a two and a half day conference in the Yukon that will bring together and feature original and current day negotiators, government leaders, Elders, youth and local experts – along with professors and students, investors and industry leaders – to explore, examine and explain the Umbrella Final Agreement (the UFA was the framework for negotiating individual Yukon First Nations Final and Self-Government Agreements), and the resulting Yukon First Nations Final and Self-Government Agreements. The lead Yukon-based organizer is Judy Gingell (Kwanlin Dun First Nation) and the applicant and institutional lead is Gabrielle Slowey (York University Robarts Centre). In addition to a focus on education and working in collaboration with Indigenous knowledge holders and Elders in this project, this project and team aims to identify new challenges and share best practices and lessons learned in the process of implementing the terms of the Umbrella Final Agreement.

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2019

    Collaborator: Judy Gingell
    Collaborator Role: Collaboarator

    Funders:
    SSHRC
2018-2021. SSHRC. Partnership Development Grant. Co-Applicant: Aandse: Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing and the Transformation of University-based Knowledge (PI: Carolyn Podruchny)

    Summary:

    2018-2021. SSHRC. Partnership Development Grant. Co-Applicant: Aandse: Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing and the Transformation of University-based Knowledge. (PI: Carolyn Podruchny)

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    Role: Co-Applicant

    Funders:
    SSHRC
2016-2017. Fulbright Canada. Research Grant. Inaugural Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College

    Summary:

    2016-2017. Fulbright Canada. Research Grant. Inaugural Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College

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    Funders:
    Fulbright Canada. Research Grant
2016-2018. SSHRC. Insight Development Grant. Co-applicant: Indigenizing the First Nations Land Management Regime (PI: Deb McGregor)

    Summary:

    2016-2018. SSHRC. Insight Development Grant. Co-applicant: Indigenizing the First Nations Land Management Regime (PI: Deb McGregor)

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    Funders:
    SSHRC. Insight Development Grant
Books

Publication
Year

Slowey, Gabrielle A., Navigating Neoliberalism: The Mikisew Cree First Nation. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 2008

2008

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

“Confederation Comes at a Cost: Indigenous Peoples and the Ongoing Reality of Confederation,” in Marcel Martel, Adrian Schubert and Jacqueline Krikorian, eds. Globalizing Confederation: Canada and the World in 1867 (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2017), 97-115.

2017

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The Northwest Territories: A New Day?” The End of Expansion? The Political Economy of Canada’s Provinces and Territories in a Neoliberal Era.. Bryan Evans and Charles Smith eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) . 2015

2015

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The Yukon: First Nations and Intergovernmental Relations..” The End of Expansion? The Political Economy of Canada’s Provinces and Territories in a Neoliberal Era. Bryan Evans and Charles Smith eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) . 2015

2015

"Development at What Cost? First Nations, Ecological Integrity and Democracy.” With Lorna Stefanick. Beyond the Rhetoric? Oil and Democracy in a Global North Economy. Meena Shrivastana and Lorna Stefanick, eds. Athabasca: University of Athabasca Press. http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120251

2015

“Game-Changer? First Nations, Resource Development and Multilevel Governance.” In State of the Federation. Martin Papillon and Andre Juneau, eds. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2015

Slowey, Gabrielle A. Aboriginal Self-Government and Human Security in the Canadian Arctic: Community Perspectives.Human Security and the Arctic. Gunhild Hoogenson, ed. (forthcoming) . 2011

2011

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “A Fine Balance: First Nations and the Dilemma of Development”, in Annis May Timpson, (ed.) First Nations First Thoughts. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp. 229-247. 2009

2009

Slowey, Gabrielle A. "Unfinished Business: Self-government and the JBQNA Thirty Years Later”, in Yale Belanger, ed. Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada: Current Trends and Issues 3rd ed. Saskatchewan: Purich Publishing. Pp. 206-221. 2008

2008

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The State, The Marketplace and First Nations: Theorizing Aboriginal Self-Determination in an era of Globalization,” in Thibault Martin and Steven M. Hoffman, eds., Power Struggles: Hydro-Development and First Nations in Manitoba and Quebec. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Pp. 39-54. 2008 http://books.google.ca.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=iJb9fbCg3ygC&oi=fnd&pg=PA39&dq=gabrielle+slowey&ots=uFtMt9zs4_&sig=07LwxEaOhkXSLVhNFCae7s3NiLg#v=onepage&q=gabrielle%20slowey&f=false

2008

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Federalism and First Nations: Finding Space for Aboriginal Governments,” in Ian Peach, (ed.) Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism: New Routes to Effective Governance. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Pp. 157-170. 2007

2007

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Neoliberalism and the Project of Self-Government,” in Dave Broad and Wayne Antony, (eds.), Citizens or Consumers? Social Policy in a Market Society. Halifax: Fernwood Press. Pp. 116-28. 2000

2000

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

“Ice Blink.” Book Review. Canadian Historical Review. (Fall 2017).

2017

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “Manufacturing Consent? People and Policymaking in the Arctic,Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (Fall). pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/topia/article/view/22895

2008

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Bernauer, W. and. G. Slowey. (2020). "COVID-19, extractive industries, and indigenous communities in Canada: Notes towards a political economy research agenda". The Extractive Industries and Society. June.

2020

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Globalization and the Dispossessed: Impacts and Implications for First Nations,American Review of Canadian Studies. 31, 1 and 2:265-81; 2001 http://proquest.umi.com.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/pqdweb?index=4&did=357968391&SrchMode=3&sid =2&Fmt= 3&VInst=PROD&VType=PQD&RQT=309&VName=PQD&TS=1190746556&clientId=5220&aid=2

2001

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “America, Canada and ANWR: Bilateral Relations and Indigenous Struggles,Native Americas. 18, 2:26-32. 2001

2001

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Aboriginal People, Self-Government and the Extinguishment of Title: The Effective Elimination of ‘Other’?” Native Studies Review. 13, 1:1-17. 2000

2000

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

“Multilevel Governance in the Arctic: From Self-Government to “One” Government?”with Leah Sarson. International Studies Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. April 6, 2018.

2018

“The calm before the storm: Ecological Knowledge and Caribou Conservation in the NWT, Canada.” American Association of Geographers Annual Conference. Boston, MA. April 4-8, 2017.

2017

“Searching for Sustainability: Indigenous peoples, ecological governance and resource extraction,” The Changing Political Economy of Resource Extraction. Parkland Institute’s 20th Annual Conference: Shifting Gears: Transitioning to the Future Economy. Edmonton, Alberta. November 18-20, 2016.

2016

“Understanding Consultation and Engagement in Indigenous Communities,”Indigenous Policy Conference: Beyond Reconciliation. School of Public Policy, University of Calgary. November 21, 2016.

2016

“First Nations and Fracking in Canada: Policy and Politics at Play.” Contesting Canada’s Future”. Trent University. May 21-23, 2015.

2015

“First Nations and Fracking: Indigenous Mobilisation and Democratic Strategy in Elsipogtog, New Brunswick (Canada).” European Consortium for Political Research. Universite de Montreal. August 26-29, 2015.

2015

“Fracking and First Nations.” Public Policy Workshop on Hydraulic Fracturing. University of Toronto, Mississauga. 10 April, 2015.

2015

“Fracking and First Nations.” American Association for Petroleum Geologists. London, ON. September 23, 2015.

2015

“Searching for Shale Gas: Elsipogtog and the New Brunswick Experience.” 23rd Biennial Conference of the Association of Canadian Studies in the United States. Las Vegas. October 14-17, 2015.

2015

“Fractured Relations? Indigenous Peoples and Energy Development in Canada and Australia”. International Studies Association. Toronto, ON. March 26, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Relations? Indigenous Peoples and Shale Gas Development in Canada and Australia.” International Political Science Association. Montreal, QC, July 2, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Relations? Understanding Indigenous Responses to the pursuit of unconventional oil and gas extraction in Australia and Canada.” Canadian Political Science Association. Brock University. St. Catherine’s ON. May 27, 2014

2014

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States.” Regionalism and Resources. International Studies Association Conference. San Francisco, CA. April 3, 2013.

2013

“Rethinking Relationships in Ontario and Alberta: Towards a Multi-level governance model for modern resource development.” State of the Federation: Aboriginal Multi-level Governance. Kingston, Queen’s University. November 28-30, 2013.

2013

“Sacrificing Sovereignty: Challenging Indigenous and Canadian Sovereignty Claims in the Arctic,” Aboriginal Sovereignties of IR? Lived Practices from the Canadian Context. International Studies’ Association. San Francisco, CA. April 6, 2013.

2013

“Fracking in the Free World? Resource Extraction and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Northern Governance and Economy Conference: Pathways to Prosperity. Yellowknife, NWT. October 10-12, 2012.

2012

"Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States.” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 12-15 June, 2012.

2012

“Oil and Gas Development: Dealing with a Necessary Evil,” Transcending Interdisciplinary Research Barriers: Best Practices for Mobilizing Knowledge. AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science). Vancouver, BC. 16-18 February, 2012.

2012

“Dealing with the Deer: The Politics of Co-Management in Ontario.” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. May 16-18, 2011. Waterloo, ON.

2011

“A New Day for the NWT?” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. University de Montreal, Quebec. June 1-3, 2010.

2010

“Challenging communities: Arctic governance and resource exploration in the Canadian North.” IPY Oslo Science Conference. Oslo, Norway. June 7-12, 2010.

2010

“Going Global or Staying Local? Indigenous-State Relations in Canada and Aotearoa.” Canada and New Zealand: Connections, Comparisons, and Challenges.” University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand. February 8-10, 2010.

2010

“Aboriginal Self-Government and Resource Development Activity: Improving Human Security in the Canadian Arctic?” 81st Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association. Carleton University, Ottawa. May 27-29, 2009.

2009

“Education and the Importance of Self-Government in the NWT” Northern Governance Policy Research Conference. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. November 3-5, 2009.

2009

“Human Security in the Canadian Arctic: Transforming First Nations through Self -Determination.” International Studies Association. New York, New York. February 15-18, 2009.

2009

“Does Self-Government Make a Difference? Community Perspectives from Old Crow (Yukon) and Tuktoyaktuk (Northwest Territories).” International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences VI. University of Greenland, Nuuk. August 22-26, 2008.

2008

“A Renewed North: Resources, Corporations and First Nations.” The Impacts of Oil and Gas Activity on Peoples in the Arctic Using a Multiple Securities Perspective (GAPS) Inaugural Conference. University of Tromso, Norway. August 13-16, 2007.

2007

“Energy Development in the Arctic: A Fine Balance?” The Arctic Energy Summit. Anchorage, Alaska. 15-18 October, 2007.

2007

“Self-Government: A Step Forward?” 19th ACSUS Biennial Conference. Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada. 14-18 November 14-18, 2007.

2007

“The Rights of Aboriginal Peoples.” The 25th Anniversary of the Signing of the Constitution Act, 1982. Department of Political Science. University of Toronto. April 17, 2007.

2007

“Life After Land Claims: Reflecting on Indigenous Development in Canada and New Zealand.” Second Tri-Annual Aboriginal Policy Research Conference. Ottawa, ON. March 20-23, 2006.

2006

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “Globalization and Development in the Fourth World: Indigenous Experiences in Canada and New Zealand compared.” 4th International Critical Management Studies Conference. Judge Institute of Management. University of Cambridge. Cambridge, UK. 2005 www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/ejrot/cmsconference/2005/.../Slowey.pdf

2005

“Balancing Culture and Capitalism? Deconstructing the Dynamics of Maori Development.” Australian & New Zealand Studies Association of North America. Annual Conference. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. April 29-30, 2005.

2005

“Decolonizing Development? Culture, Capitalism and Indigenous Self-Determination in an era of Globalization.” 77th Annual Canadian Political Scinece Association Meetings. London, ON. June 2-4, 2005.

2005

“Rethinking Development: Aboriginal Approaches Across Northern Canada.” First Nations First Thoughts. 30th Anniversary of the Centre for Canadian Studies. University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. May 5-6, 2005.

2005

“Federalism and First Nations: Finding Space for Aboriginal Governments.”Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism: New Routes to Effective Governance, Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, Regina, Saskatchewan. March 25-26, 2004

2004

“Globalization and Self-Determination: Assessing changes and challenges confronting Canada's Cree First Nations?" 5th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, Fairbanks, Alaska. May 19-24, 2004.

2004

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Boom not Bust: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation,” in Heather Myers, (ed.), Beyond Boom and Bust in the Circumpolar North. Circumpolar Arctic Social Sciences PhD Network: Proceedings of the Eighth Conference. Prince George, BC: UNBC Press. 2003

2003

“Connecting Globalization to Self-Determination: The Case of the Mikisew Cree First Nation.” Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Biennial Conference. Portland, Oregon. November 19-23, 2003.

2003

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

“Development at What Cost? Energy and Extraction v. Environment and Health.” Dickey Center for International Understanding. Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 9 February, 2017.

2017

“Building Capacity Through Improved Governance.” Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. 2015.

2015

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Mining Development and Indigenous Reconciliation: Reflections on the Path Forward. Stratos. Ottawa. Feburary 8, 2018.

2018

CanNor Strategic Investments in Northern Economic Development (SINED) program review. August 31, 2017.

2017

“Development at What Cost? Energy and Extraction v. Environment and Health.” Dickey Center for International Understanding. Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 9 February, 2017.

2017

“Pipelines, Politics and Protest: An Arctic Perspective.” Inaugural Fulbright Chair Annual Lecture. Dartmouth College, USA. 2 May, 2017.

2017

Yukon Roundtable on First Nation engagement and consultation. Whitehorse, YK. November 17, 2017.

2017

Defence Policy Review roundtable. Winnipeg, Manitoba. September 14, 2016. Invitation by Minister Sajaan.

2016

Sahtu Research Forum. Yellowknife, NT. Wednesday January 27, 2016.

2016

Presentation the Chinese Delegation from State Ethnic Affairs Delegation on Indigenous Culture and Practices in Canada. November 17. 2015.

2015

RCMP: Civilian Review and Complain Division. Re: Incident at Elsipogtog. October 19, 2015.

2015

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States”. Centre for Governance and Public Policy. Griffiths University (Nathan Campus). Brisbane, Australia. 4 April, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States”. Centre for Governance and Public Policy. Griffiths University (Nathan Campus). Brisbane, Australia. 4 April, 2014.

2014

“Fracking in the Free World? Impacts and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Indigenous Peoples and the Environment Seminar Series Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. 15 January, 2013. York University, Toronto, ON.

2013

“Fracking in the Free World? Resource Extraction and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Csillag Seminar Series in Geography. University of Toronto (UTM). 30 October, 2013.

2013

Moderator. “Human Security and Arctic Peoples.” Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation/Munk Centre Conference. University of Toronto. 29 January. 2013

2013

“Who Funds First Nations?” James Bay Treaty Conference. Moose Factory, ON. 29 July, 2013.

2013

Panelist, “Aboriginals in Canada: Tackling a Legacy of Oppression.” York University. Toronto, ON. 5 March, 2012.

2012

Policy Debate. “Aboriginal governance in Canada.” With Pam Palmater and Kathleen Wynne. Centre for Global Challenges. Glendon College, York University. 12 April, 2012. Toronto.

2012

Symposium Speaker/Presentation, “Oil and Gas Development: Dealing with a Necessary Evil,” Transcending Interdisciplinary Research Barriers. Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS) Speakers Series. York University, 8 March, 2012.

2012

“GAPS (Gas, Arctic Peoples and Human Security). Mapping Community Resiliency and Change: Livelihoods on the Frontlines of Global Energy Development. 7 February, 2011. Dickinson College, USA.

2011

Invited Consultation. Evaluation of the Government of Quebec’s Aboriginal Initiatives Fund. CREXE: Centre de Recherche et D’Expertise en Evaluation. 14 November, 2011. Teleconference.

2011

Presentation, Gas, Arctic Peoples and Security. Department of Northern and Indian Affairs, IPY Office. January 18, 2011. Whitehorse, YK.

2011

Presentation. Impacts of Oil and Gas Activity on People: Lessons Learned from the NWT. Aurora Research Institute and Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, IPY Office. 20 January, 2011. Inuvik, NWT.

2011

Panel, “Navigating the Waters of Interdisciplinary Collaboration: How Human Security Provided a Chart and Routes for our Assessment of the Impacts of Oil and Gas Development in the Northwestern Canadian Arctic.” International Polar Year Canada Early Results Workshop. 16-18 February, 2010. Ottawa, ON.

2010

Participant. IPY Researchers Forum. Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. December 13, 2010. Ottawa, ON

2010

Invited Participant, 2030 North: A National Planning Conference.” 1-4 June. 2009. Ottawa, ON.

2009

Keynote speaker, “Globalization and Development in the Fourth World: Indigenous experiences in Canada and New Zealand compared.” State, Communities and Business: A Dialogue towards Development. 27-28 October, 2009. Bogota, Colombia.

2009

Panelist, “Social and Political Implications of Harper's Victory.” Department of Political Science. February 5, 2006. York University.

2006

Chair, “Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Scale.” Towards a Political Economy of Scale: A Studies in Political Economy Conference. 3-4 February, 2005.

2005

Panelist, “Past Struggles and Future Directions.” Indigenous Struggles in the Americas: Land, Autonomy and Recognition. The University Consortium on the Global South and Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean. 10-11 February, 2005. York University.

2005

Invited Participant, “New Partnerships or Old Relationships? Hydro- Development on Aboriginal Land in Quebec and Manitoba”, University of Winnipeg. 23 February, 2004. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

2004

Invited Participant, “Canada-Norway Round Table on Northern Policy,” Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development (CCFPD). 7 May, 2002. Ottawa, Ontario.

2002

Invited Participant, “Arctic Social Sciences Workshop”, Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS). 18-20 January, 2001. Seattle, Washington.

2001

Published Reviews

Publication
Year

Clinton N. Westman. “Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.” Northern Review. 33, 170-173. 2011 http://journals.sfu.ca.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/nr/index.php/nr/article/view/202

2011

David Newhouse. “Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 30:1, 332-335. 2010 http://www.tandfonline.com.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/doi/abs/10.1080/02255189.2010.9669298

2010

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

“To Consult or Not to Consult: A Tale of Two Provinces”. UCalgary Press. In press.


Other

Publication
Year

CTV. Interview with Marcia MacMillan. Devolution in the NWT. Wednesday January 20, 2013.
www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=855290

2013

Youtube. Metis Land Claims: Supreme Court Ruling. April 2, 2013.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGJKbMoTCmY

2013

“Colonialism revisited.” Globe and Mail. 24 January. A 14. 2012.

2012

“Aboriginal Traditions.” Globe and Mail. 18 March. 2010.

2010

“The big aboriginal picture.” Globe and Mail. 26 August. 2010.

2010


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2020 GS/POLS6145 3.0 A Indigenous Politics SEMR
Fall 2020 AP/POLS3102 3.0 A Aboriginal Politics in Canada LECT



Gabrielle Slowey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics at York University and is a member of the graduate programs in Politics and Socio-Legal Studies. She is also the Director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies at York. She was the inaugural Fulbright Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College (USA) and a York-Massey Fellow. Her research focuses on the political economy of land claims, treaties and self-government, especially across the north/Arctic and in areas where resource extraction takes place. Her work considers questions of community health, environmental security, climate change and Indigenous rights in these contexts. Her approach is very much community-based and community-driven research. It draws upon broader theoretical concerns of colonialism, reconciliation, staples and democracy.
In 2018 she was co-PI on a SSHRC Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation Connection Grant for a project titled: Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow: Supporting the Transfer of Knowledge and Promoting an Understanding of What the Agreements Mean to Improve Future Governance opportunities and relationships. She is the author of numerous publications including Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.

Degrees

PhD, University of Alberta
MA, University of New Brunswick
BA, University of Toronto

Professional Leadership

Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
Board Member, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS)
Fulbright Canada, Director of Canadian Alumni Association and Alumni Advisory Council, Member

Research Interests

Indigenous Peoples , Community-Based Research, (Unconventional) Resource Extraction/Energy and Natural Resources, Politics, Treaties and (Self-)Government, Environmental Politics, Indigenous Politics (Environment/Unconventional ResourceExtraction)

Current Research Projects

2018-2019. SSHRC. Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation - Connection Grants Canada. Principal Investigator. Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow

    Summary:

    “Spirit and Intent: The Yukon Umbrella Final Agreement Today and Tomorrow” (SP&I) is a knowledge mobilization project that consists of two phases: Phase 1 (November 2018-May 2019) is the focus of this grant application because it involves community outreach and engagement within the Yukon in the form of workshops and meetings to ascertain what Yukoners (in particular the parties to the agreements along with implementers and youth) want to know about the agreements, the challenges they have experienced and best practices. Phase 2, which will occur following the end of the grant period (May 2019-November 2019) sees this knowledge mobilization project culminate in a two and a half day conference in the Yukon that will bring together and feature original and current day negotiators, government leaders, Elders, youth and local experts – along with professors and students, investors and industry leaders – to explore, examine and explain the Umbrella Final Agreement (the UFA was the framework for negotiating individual Yukon First Nations Final and Self-Government Agreements), and the resulting Yukon First Nations Final and Self-Government Agreements. The lead Yukon-based organizer is Judy Gingell (Kwanlin Dun First Nation) and the applicant and institutional lead is Gabrielle Slowey (York University Robarts Centre). In addition to a focus on education and working in collaboration with Indigenous knowledge holders and Elders in this project, this project and team aims to identify new challenges and share best practices and lessons learned in the process of implementing the terms of the Umbrella Final Agreement.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Nov   Year: 2019

    Collaborator: Judy Gingell
    Collaborator Role: Collaboarator

    Funders:
    SSHRC
2018-2021. SSHRC. Partnership Development Grant. Co-Applicant: Aandse: Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing and the Transformation of University-based Knowledge (PI: Carolyn Podruchny)

    Summary:

    2018-2021. SSHRC. Partnership Development Grant. Co-Applicant: Aandse: Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing and the Transformation of University-based Knowledge. (PI: Carolyn Podruchny)

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Applicant

    Funders:
    SSHRC
2016-2017. Fulbright Canada. Research Grant. Inaugural Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College

    Summary:

    2016-2017. Fulbright Canada. Research Grant. Inaugural Chair in Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College

    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    Fulbright Canada. Research Grant
2016-2018. SSHRC. Insight Development Grant. Co-applicant: Indigenizing the First Nations Land Management Regime (PI: Deb McGregor)

    Summary:

    2016-2018. SSHRC. Insight Development Grant. Co-applicant: Indigenizing the First Nations Land Management Regime (PI: Deb McGregor)

    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    SSHRC. Insight Development Grant

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

“Confederation Comes at a Cost: Indigenous Peoples and the Ongoing Reality of Confederation,” in Marcel Martel, Adrian Schubert and Jacqueline Krikorian, eds. Globalizing Confederation: Canada and the World in 1867 (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2017), 97-115.

2017

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The Northwest Territories: A New Day?” The End of Expansion? The Political Economy of Canada’s Provinces and Territories in a Neoliberal Era.. Bryan Evans and Charles Smith eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) . 2015

2015

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The Yukon: First Nations and Intergovernmental Relations..” The End of Expansion? The Political Economy of Canada’s Provinces and Territories in a Neoliberal Era. Bryan Evans and Charles Smith eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) . 2015

2015

"Development at What Cost? First Nations, Ecological Integrity and Democracy.” With Lorna Stefanick. Beyond the Rhetoric? Oil and Democracy in a Global North Economy. Meena Shrivastana and Lorna Stefanick, eds. Athabasca: University of Athabasca Press. http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120251

2015

“Game-Changer? First Nations, Resource Development and Multilevel Governance.” In State of the Federation. Martin Papillon and Andre Juneau, eds. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2015

Slowey, Gabrielle A. Aboriginal Self-Government and Human Security in the Canadian Arctic: Community Perspectives.Human Security and the Arctic. Gunhild Hoogenson, ed. (forthcoming) . 2011

2011

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “A Fine Balance: First Nations and the Dilemma of Development”, in Annis May Timpson, (ed.) First Nations First Thoughts. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp. 229-247. 2009

2009

Slowey, Gabrielle A. "Unfinished Business: Self-government and the JBQNA Thirty Years Later”, in Yale Belanger, ed. Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada: Current Trends and Issues 3rd ed. Saskatchewan: Purich Publishing. Pp. 206-221. 2008

2008

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “The State, The Marketplace and First Nations: Theorizing Aboriginal Self-Determination in an era of Globalization,” in Thibault Martin and Steven M. Hoffman, eds., Power Struggles: Hydro-Development and First Nations in Manitoba and Quebec. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Pp. 39-54. 2008 http://books.google.ca.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=iJb9fbCg3ygC&oi=fnd&pg=PA39&dq=gabrielle+slowey&ots=uFtMt9zs4_&sig=07LwxEaOhkXSLVhNFCae7s3NiLg#v=onepage&q=gabrielle%20slowey&f=false

2008

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Federalism and First Nations: Finding Space for Aboriginal Governments,” in Ian Peach, (ed.) Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism: New Routes to Effective Governance. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Pp. 157-170. 2007

2007

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Neoliberalism and the Project of Self-Government,” in Dave Broad and Wayne Antony, (eds.), Citizens or Consumers? Social Policy in a Market Society. Halifax: Fernwood Press. Pp. 116-28. 2000

2000

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

“Ice Blink.” Book Review. Canadian Historical Review. (Fall 2017).

2017

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “Manufacturing Consent? People and Policymaking in the Arctic,Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (Fall). pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/topia/article/view/22895

2008

Books

Publication
Year

Slowey, Gabrielle A., Navigating Neoliberalism: The Mikisew Cree First Nation. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 2008

2008

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Bernauer, W. and. G. Slowey. (2020). "COVID-19, extractive industries, and indigenous communities in Canada: Notes towards a political economy research agenda". The Extractive Industries and Society. June.

2020

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Globalization and the Dispossessed: Impacts and Implications for First Nations,American Review of Canadian Studies. 31, 1 and 2:265-81; 2001 http://proquest.umi.com.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/pqdweb?index=4&did=357968391&SrchMode=3&sid =2&Fmt= 3&VInst=PROD&VType=PQD&RQT=309&VName=PQD&TS=1190746556&clientId=5220&aid=2

2001

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “America, Canada and ANWR: Bilateral Relations and Indigenous Struggles,Native Americas. 18, 2:26-32. 2001

2001

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Aboriginal People, Self-Government and the Extinguishment of Title: The Effective Elimination of ‘Other’?” Native Studies Review. 13, 1:1-17. 2000

2000

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

“Multilevel Governance in the Arctic: From Self-Government to “One” Government?”with Leah Sarson. International Studies Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. April 6, 2018.

2018

“The calm before the storm: Ecological Knowledge and Caribou Conservation in the NWT, Canada.” American Association of Geographers Annual Conference. Boston, MA. April 4-8, 2017.

2017

“Searching for Sustainability: Indigenous peoples, ecological governance and resource extraction,” The Changing Political Economy of Resource Extraction. Parkland Institute’s 20th Annual Conference: Shifting Gears: Transitioning to the Future Economy. Edmonton, Alberta. November 18-20, 2016.

2016

“Understanding Consultation and Engagement in Indigenous Communities,”Indigenous Policy Conference: Beyond Reconciliation. School of Public Policy, University of Calgary. November 21, 2016.

2016

“First Nations and Fracking in Canada: Policy and Politics at Play.” Contesting Canada’s Future”. Trent University. May 21-23, 2015.

2015

“First Nations and Fracking: Indigenous Mobilisation and Democratic Strategy in Elsipogtog, New Brunswick (Canada).” European Consortium for Political Research. Universite de Montreal. August 26-29, 2015.

2015

“Fracking and First Nations.” Public Policy Workshop on Hydraulic Fracturing. University of Toronto, Mississauga. 10 April, 2015.

2015

“Fracking and First Nations.” American Association for Petroleum Geologists. London, ON. September 23, 2015.

2015

“Searching for Shale Gas: Elsipogtog and the New Brunswick Experience.” 23rd Biennial Conference of the Association of Canadian Studies in the United States. Las Vegas. October 14-17, 2015.

2015

“Fractured Relations? Indigenous Peoples and Energy Development in Canada and Australia”. International Studies Association. Toronto, ON. March 26, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Relations? Indigenous Peoples and Shale Gas Development in Canada and Australia.” International Political Science Association. Montreal, QC, July 2, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Relations? Understanding Indigenous Responses to the pursuit of unconventional oil and gas extraction in Australia and Canada.” Canadian Political Science Association. Brock University. St. Catherine’s ON. May 27, 2014

2014

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States.” Regionalism and Resources. International Studies Association Conference. San Francisco, CA. April 3, 2013.

2013

“Rethinking Relationships in Ontario and Alberta: Towards a Multi-level governance model for modern resource development.” State of the Federation: Aboriginal Multi-level Governance. Kingston, Queen’s University. November 28-30, 2013.

2013

“Sacrificing Sovereignty: Challenging Indigenous and Canadian Sovereignty Claims in the Arctic,” Aboriginal Sovereignties of IR? Lived Practices from the Canadian Context. International Studies’ Association. San Francisco, CA. April 6, 2013.

2013

“Fracking in the Free World? Resource Extraction and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Northern Governance and Economy Conference: Pathways to Prosperity. Yellowknife, NWT. October 10-12, 2012.

2012

"Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States.” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 12-15 June, 2012.

2012

“Oil and Gas Development: Dealing with a Necessary Evil,” Transcending Interdisciplinary Research Barriers: Best Practices for Mobilizing Knowledge. AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science). Vancouver, BC. 16-18 February, 2012.

2012

“Dealing with the Deer: The Politics of Co-Management in Ontario.” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. May 16-18, 2011. Waterloo, ON.

2011

“A New Day for the NWT?” Canadian Political Science Association Meetings. University de Montreal, Quebec. June 1-3, 2010.

2010

“Challenging communities: Arctic governance and resource exploration in the Canadian North.” IPY Oslo Science Conference. Oslo, Norway. June 7-12, 2010.

2010

“Going Global or Staying Local? Indigenous-State Relations in Canada and Aotearoa.” Canada and New Zealand: Connections, Comparisons, and Challenges.” University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand. February 8-10, 2010.

2010

“Aboriginal Self-Government and Resource Development Activity: Improving Human Security in the Canadian Arctic?” 81st Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association. Carleton University, Ottawa. May 27-29, 2009.

2009

“Education and the Importance of Self-Government in the NWT” Northern Governance Policy Research Conference. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. November 3-5, 2009.

2009

“Human Security in the Canadian Arctic: Transforming First Nations through Self -Determination.” International Studies Association. New York, New York. February 15-18, 2009.

2009

“Does Self-Government Make a Difference? Community Perspectives from Old Crow (Yukon) and Tuktoyaktuk (Northwest Territories).” International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences VI. University of Greenland, Nuuk. August 22-26, 2008.

2008

“A Renewed North: Resources, Corporations and First Nations.” The Impacts of Oil and Gas Activity on Peoples in the Arctic Using a Multiple Securities Perspective (GAPS) Inaugural Conference. University of Tromso, Norway. August 13-16, 2007.

2007

“Energy Development in the Arctic: A Fine Balance?” The Arctic Energy Summit. Anchorage, Alaska. 15-18 October, 2007.

2007

“Self-Government: A Step Forward?” 19th ACSUS Biennial Conference. Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada. 14-18 November 14-18, 2007.

2007

“The Rights of Aboriginal Peoples.” The 25th Anniversary of the Signing of the Constitution Act, 1982. Department of Political Science. University of Toronto. April 17, 2007.

2007

“Life After Land Claims: Reflecting on Indigenous Development in Canada and New Zealand.” Second Tri-Annual Aboriginal Policy Research Conference. Ottawa, ON. March 20-23, 2006.

2006

Slowey, Gabrielle A. “Globalization and Development in the Fourth World: Indigenous Experiences in Canada and New Zealand compared.” 4th International Critical Management Studies Conference. Judge Institute of Management. University of Cambridge. Cambridge, UK. 2005 www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/ejrot/cmsconference/2005/.../Slowey.pdf

2005

“Balancing Culture and Capitalism? Deconstructing the Dynamics of Maori Development.” Australian & New Zealand Studies Association of North America. Annual Conference. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. April 29-30, 2005.

2005

“Decolonizing Development? Culture, Capitalism and Indigenous Self-Determination in an era of Globalization.” 77th Annual Canadian Political Scinece Association Meetings. London, ON. June 2-4, 2005.

2005

“Rethinking Development: Aboriginal Approaches Across Northern Canada.” First Nations First Thoughts. 30th Anniversary of the Centre for Canadian Studies. University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. May 5-6, 2005.

2005

“Federalism and First Nations: Finding Space for Aboriginal Governments.”Constructing Tomorrow’s Federalism: New Routes to Effective Governance, Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, Regina, Saskatchewan. March 25-26, 2004

2004

“Globalization and Self-Determination: Assessing changes and challenges confronting Canada's Cree First Nations?" 5th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, Fairbanks, Alaska. May 19-24, 2004.

2004

Slowey, Gabrielle A., “Boom not Bust: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation,” in Heather Myers, (ed.), Beyond Boom and Bust in the Circumpolar North. Circumpolar Arctic Social Sciences PhD Network: Proceedings of the Eighth Conference. Prince George, BC: UNBC Press. 2003

2003

“Connecting Globalization to Self-Determination: The Case of the Mikisew Cree First Nation.” Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Biennial Conference. Portland, Oregon. November 19-23, 2003.

2003

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

“Development at What Cost? Energy and Extraction v. Environment and Health.” Dickey Center for International Understanding. Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 9 February, 2017.

2017

“Building Capacity Through Improved Governance.” Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. 2015.

2015

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Mining Development and Indigenous Reconciliation: Reflections on the Path Forward. Stratos. Ottawa. Feburary 8, 2018.

2018

CanNor Strategic Investments in Northern Economic Development (SINED) program review. August 31, 2017.

2017

“Development at What Cost? Energy and Extraction v. Environment and Health.” Dickey Center for International Understanding. Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 9 February, 2017.

2017

“Pipelines, Politics and Protest: An Arctic Perspective.” Inaugural Fulbright Chair Annual Lecture. Dartmouth College, USA. 2 May, 2017.

2017

Yukon Roundtable on First Nation engagement and consultation. Whitehorse, YK. November 17, 2017.

2017

Defence Policy Review roundtable. Winnipeg, Manitoba. September 14, 2016. Invitation by Minister Sajaan.

2016

Sahtu Research Forum. Yellowknife, NT. Wednesday January 27, 2016.

2016

Presentation the Chinese Delegation from State Ethnic Affairs Delegation on Indigenous Culture and Practices in Canada. November 17. 2015.

2015

RCMP: Civilian Review and Complain Division. Re: Incident at Elsipogtog. October 19, 2015.

2015

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States”. Centre for Governance and Public Policy. Griffiths University (Nathan Campus). Brisbane, Australia. 4 April, 2014.

2014

“Fractured Politics: Comparing the Shale Gas Development Debate in Canada and the United States”. Centre for Governance and Public Policy. Griffiths University (Nathan Campus). Brisbane, Australia. 4 April, 2014.

2014

“Fracking in the Free World? Impacts and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Indigenous Peoples and the Environment Seminar Series Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. 15 January, 2013. York University, Toronto, ON.

2013

“Fracking in the Free World? Resource Extraction and Implications for Indigenous Peoples.” Csillag Seminar Series in Geography. University of Toronto (UTM). 30 October, 2013.

2013

Moderator. “Human Security and Arctic Peoples.” Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation/Munk Centre Conference. University of Toronto. 29 January. 2013

2013

“Who Funds First Nations?” James Bay Treaty Conference. Moose Factory, ON. 29 July, 2013.

2013

Panelist, “Aboriginals in Canada: Tackling a Legacy of Oppression.” York University. Toronto, ON. 5 March, 2012.

2012

Policy Debate. “Aboriginal governance in Canada.” With Pam Palmater and Kathleen Wynne. Centre for Global Challenges. Glendon College, York University. 12 April, 2012. Toronto.

2012

Symposium Speaker/Presentation, “Oil and Gas Development: Dealing with a Necessary Evil,” Transcending Interdisciplinary Research Barriers. Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS) Speakers Series. York University, 8 March, 2012.

2012

“GAPS (Gas, Arctic Peoples and Human Security). Mapping Community Resiliency and Change: Livelihoods on the Frontlines of Global Energy Development. 7 February, 2011. Dickinson College, USA.

2011

Invited Consultation. Evaluation of the Government of Quebec’s Aboriginal Initiatives Fund. CREXE: Centre de Recherche et D’Expertise en Evaluation. 14 November, 2011. Teleconference.

2011

Presentation, Gas, Arctic Peoples and Security. Department of Northern and Indian Affairs, IPY Office. January 18, 2011. Whitehorse, YK.

2011

Presentation. Impacts of Oil and Gas Activity on People: Lessons Learned from the NWT. Aurora Research Institute and Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, IPY Office. 20 January, 2011. Inuvik, NWT.

2011

Panel, “Navigating the Waters of Interdisciplinary Collaboration: How Human Security Provided a Chart and Routes for our Assessment of the Impacts of Oil and Gas Development in the Northwestern Canadian Arctic.” International Polar Year Canada Early Results Workshop. 16-18 February, 2010. Ottawa, ON.

2010

Participant. IPY Researchers Forum. Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. December 13, 2010. Ottawa, ON

2010

Invited Participant, 2030 North: A National Planning Conference.” 1-4 June. 2009. Ottawa, ON.

2009

Keynote speaker, “Globalization and Development in the Fourth World: Indigenous experiences in Canada and New Zealand compared.” State, Communities and Business: A Dialogue towards Development. 27-28 October, 2009. Bogota, Colombia.

2009

Panelist, “Social and Political Implications of Harper's Victory.” Department of Political Science. February 5, 2006. York University.

2006

Chair, “Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Scale.” Towards a Political Economy of Scale: A Studies in Political Economy Conference. 3-4 February, 2005.

2005

Panelist, “Past Struggles and Future Directions.” Indigenous Struggles in the Americas: Land, Autonomy and Recognition. The University Consortium on the Global South and Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean. 10-11 February, 2005. York University.

2005

Invited Participant, “New Partnerships or Old Relationships? Hydro- Development on Aboriginal Land in Quebec and Manitoba”, University of Winnipeg. 23 February, 2004. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

2004

Invited Participant, “Canada-Norway Round Table on Northern Policy,” Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development (CCFPD). 7 May, 2002. Ottawa, Ontario.

2002

Invited Participant, “Arctic Social Sciences Workshop”, Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS). 18-20 January, 2001. Seattle, Washington.

2001

Published Reviews

Publication
Year

Clinton N. Westman. “Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.” Northern Review. 33, 170-173. 2011 http://journals.sfu.ca.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/nr/index.php/nr/article/view/202

2011

David Newhouse. “Navigating Neoliberalism: Self-Determination and the Mikisew Cree First Nation.Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 30:1, 332-335. 2010 http://www.tandfonline.com.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/doi/abs/10.1080/02255189.2010.9669298

2010

Forthcoming

Publication
Year

“To Consult or Not to Consult: A Tale of Two Provinces”. UCalgary Press. In press.


Other

Publication
Year

CTV. Interview with Marcia MacMillan. Devolution in the NWT. Wednesday January 20, 2013.
www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=855290

2013

Youtube. Metis Land Claims: Supreme Court Ruling. April 2, 2013.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGJKbMoTCmY

2013

“Colonialism revisited.” Globe and Mail. 24 January. A 14. 2012.

2012

“Aboriginal Traditions.” Globe and Mail. 18 March. 2010.

2010

“The big aboriginal picture.” Globe and Mail. 26 August. 2010.

2010


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2020 GS/POLS6145 3.0 A Indigenous Politics SEMR
Fall 2020 AP/POLS3102 3.0 A Aboriginal Politics in Canada LECT