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Jesse Thistle

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Department of Humanities

Assistant Professor
(Metis)

Office: Room 314 Atkinson Building
Email: m6l1l4@yorku.ca


Jesse is a P.E. Trudeau and Vanier doctoral scholar, as well as a Governor General Silver Medalist. Jesse was the Resident Scholar of Indigenous Homelessness at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness where he drafted the National Definition of Indigenous Homelessness in Canada. His historical research has been published in numerous academic journals, book chapters, and featured on CBC Ideas, CBC Campus, and Unreserved. His most recent work is a memoir published by Simon and Schuster entitled From the Ashes, release date August 6, 2019. Jesse sits on the executive board of Raising the Roof homeless foundation and the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.

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Jesse is a P.E. Trudeau and Vanier doctoral scholar, as well as a Governor General Silver Medalist. Jesse was the Resident Scholar of Indigenous Homelessness at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness where he drafted the National Definition of Indigenous Homelessness in Canada. His historical research has been published in numerous academic journals, book chapters, and featured on CBC Ideas, CBC Campus, and Unreserved. His most recent work is a memoir published by Simon and Schuster entitled From the Ashes, release date August 6, 2019. Jesse sits on the executive board of Raising the Roof homeless foundation and the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.

Degrees

PhD, Candidate History ABD - York University
MA, History - University of Waterloo
BA, Specialized honours in History 2016 - York University


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2021 AP/INDG3060 3.0 A Indigenous Cultural Experience PRAC
Fall/Winter 2021 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies REMT
Fall/Winter 2021 AP/INDG3310 6.0 B Métis Issues in North America REMT


Jesse is a P.E. Trudeau and Vanier doctoral scholar, as well as a Governor General Silver Medalist. Jesse was the Resident Scholar of Indigenous Homelessness at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness where he drafted the National Definition of Indigenous Homelessness in Canada. His historical research has been published in numerous academic journals, book chapters, and featured on CBC Ideas, CBC Campus, and Unreserved. His most recent work is a memoir published by Simon and Schuster entitled From the Ashes, release date August 6, 2019. Jesse sits on the executive board of Raising the Roof homeless foundation and the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.

Jesse is a P.E. Trudeau and Vanier doctoral scholar, as well as a Governor General Silver Medalist. Jesse was the Resident Scholar of Indigenous Homelessness at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness where he drafted the National Definition of Indigenous Homelessness in Canada. His historical research has been published in numerous academic journals, book chapters, and featured on CBC Ideas, CBC Campus, and Unreserved. His most recent work is a memoir published by Simon and Schuster entitled From the Ashes, release date August 6, 2019. Jesse sits on the executive board of Raising the Roof homeless foundation and the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.

Degrees

PhD, Candidate History ABD - York University
MA, History - University of Waterloo
BA, Specialized honours in History 2016 - York University



Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2021 AP/INDG3060 3.0 A Indigenous Cultural Experience PRAC
Fall/Winter 2021 AP/INDG1050 6.0 A Introduction to Indigenous Studies REMT
Fall/Winter 2021 AP/INDG3310 6.0 B Métis Issues in North America REMT