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Ursula Abramczyk
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Maîtrise Université de Victoria Anthropologie Brian Thom Hul’qumi’num Peoples and the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve: Re-storying the Coast Salish Landscape
Janelle Baker
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Cree Perspectives on Wild Food Contamination in Alberta’s Oil Sands Region
Nicholas Barber
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Ronald Niezen Baka Representation: Rights, Videomaking, and Indigenous Identity in Southeast Cameroon
Gioia Barnbrook Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie Nancy Wachowich et Robert Wishart David Anderson et Colin Scott Indigenous knowledge of eelgrass and waterfowl decline in the eastern James Bay
Amy Becker Maîtrise Université de Victoria Anthropologie Brian Thom Stz’uminus Storied Places: Community-based Methodologies and Representations of Place in Digital Mapping
Morgane Bonamy Doctorat Université de Montréal Géographie Thora Herrmann Wolverine, Society and Conservation in Canada
Geoffrey Buchanan
Doctorat Université Nationale Australienne Anthropologie Jon Altman Mutant modernity Down Under: The political ecology of caring for country in two Aboriginal communities
Véronique Bussières
Doctorat Université Concordia Géographie, aménagement et environnement Monica Mulrennan et Thora Herrmann Reconciling Biological and Cultural Conservation in Indigenous Coastal Settings: Implications for Marine Protected Area Frameworks
Gonzalo Bustamante Doctorat Université du Québec en Outaouais Sciences sociales appliquées Thibault Martin La gouvernance de l’extraction de ressources naturelles sur les territoires autochtones
Noah Cannon
Maîtrise Université Concordia Géographie, aménagement et environnement Kevin Gould A Historical and Economic Géographie of the Community Well-Being Index: The Role of the Academia–State Nexus in Producing Indigenous Well-Being
Paul-Antoine Cardin
Doctorat Université Laval Géographie Caroline Desbiens Impacts cumulatifs de l’aménagement du Nitassinan de Mashteuiatsh sur les pratiques culturelles des Pekuakamiulnuatsh
Marion Carrier
Maîtrise Université de Montréal Géographie Thora Herrmann Insects tell a story: a web interwoven with entomology and Naskapi knowledge in Kawawachikamach
Damián Castro
Doctorat Université Memorial de Terre-Neuve Anthropologie Mario Blaser Caribou Meat Distribution Networks in the Community of Sheshatshiu
Mélanie Chaplier
Stage Postdoctoral Fulbright Collège Dartmouth Anthropologie Dale Turner The « Paix des Braves » Agreement and the Cree Land Tenure Transformations. For a Political Ontology of Resource Exploitation in James Bay, Quebec.
Erin Consiglio
Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie David Anderson Human-Animal Relationships and Gwich’in Oral History in Old Crow, Yukon Territory
Dee Cullon Doctorat Université de Victoria Anthropologie Brian Thom Fish are Persons Too: Human-fish Relationships on the Northwest Coast
Otilia Del Carmen Puiggros Doctorat Université du Québec en Outaouais Sciences sociales appliquées Thibault Martin Gouvernance territoriale et action historique en Équateur
Karine Desjardins Doctorat Université du Québec en Outaouais Sciences sociales appliquées Thibault Martin Le territoire de la guérison: le renouveau des pratiques spirituelles autochtones
Benoit Éthier
Doctorat Université Laval Anthropologie Sylvie Poirier Orocowewin notcimik itatcihowin: ontologie politique et contemporanéité des droits et de la responsabilité territoriale chez les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok dans le contexte des négociations territoriales globales
Justin Fritz Maîtrise Université de Victoria Anthropologie Brian Thom W̱SÁNEĆ Reef-Net Sites: Digital Mapping, Territoriality, and the Revitalization of the Reef Net Fishery
Justine Gagnon
Doctorat Université Laval Géographie Caroline Desbiens Manikuakanishtuk: La commémoration des lieux et des paysages inondés dans une perspective d’affirmation culturelle
Mathieu Gauthier Maîtrise Université d’Ottawa Mondialisation et développement international Karine Vanthuyne Les projets de vie et le développement extractif: Une enquête sur la mine Éléonore auprès de la Nation crie de Wemindji
Jennifer Glassco
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie John Galaty Beyond an African Youth Crisis: Pastoralist Youth Strategies for Economic Success
Jennifer Gobby
Doctorat Université McGill Sciences des ressources naturelles Peter Brown Towards Decolonization & Decarbonization: Understanding and Supporting Indigenous Efforts for Systems Change in Canada
Camilo Gomez
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott The Value of the Sacred: Extraction of Natural Resources in Indigenous Territories, Culture, Spirituality, and Conflict in the Colombian Amazon
Jeff Hackett
Maîtrise Université Concordia Géographie, aménagement et environnement Sébastien Caquard « As Long as this Land Shall Last »: The Role of Mapping Traditional Knowledge and Use in the Struggle for Self-Determination in Northern Canada
Kelda Helweg-Larsen
Maîtrise Université de Victoria Anthropologie Brian Thom ČaɁak (Islands): How Place-based Indigenous Perspectives Can Inform National Park Visitor Experience Programming in Nuu-chah-nulth Traditional Territory
Gyorgy Henyei Neto
Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie Timothy Ingold Handmade in Sápmi: Duodji, material culture and arguments on identity through traditional handcraft
Tara Joly
Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie Robert Wishart Making productive space: land use, muskeg, and reclamation in the Athabasca oil sands, Fort McMurray, Canada
Evans Kirigia
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie John Galaty Community-based conservation and environmentality in Kenya
Juan Larrea Savinovich
LL.M Université McGill Droit Kirsten Anker Research on the rights of nature, extractive industries and corporate social responsibility in Ecuador
Etienne Le Merre
Doctorat Université Laval et Montpellier SupAgro Géographie Caroline Desbiens Inuit well-being and mining implantation in Nunavik
Jorge Legoas Pena
Stage Postdoctoral Université McGill Anthropologie Thibault Martin Citizenship and planning in the Andes: Governing through science and law in the margins of the Neoliberal State
Avital Li
Prix d’internat de recherche en arts du premier cycle Université McGill Durabilité, sciences et société Daviken Studnicki-Gizbert Alternative Development Initiatives in the Ngobe-Bugle Comarca
Perry Maddox
Maîtrise Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Farming As Politics: Exploring The Meaning Of Agriculture In Two Ngäbé-Buglé Communities
Simon Maraud Doctorat Université de Limoges Géographie physique et environnementale Caroline Desbiens Instrumentalisations de la nature en territoires autochtones: comparaison entre le Sápmi (Suède) et Eeyou Itschee (Québec, Canada)
Francesca Marin Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie Timothy Ingold The first animal to disappear will be the small-scale fisherman
Javier Mateo-Vega
Doctorat Université McGill Biologie Catherine Potvin Elucidating Sustainable Land-use Pathways with the Full and Effective Participation of Indigenous Peoples
Sarah Moritz
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Rob Wishart et Ismael Vaccaro “Fish is there for our descendants!”: Intersections of Interior Salish Upper St’át’imc Fishing, Hydro-Electric Development and Environmental Change in the Fraser River Valley of British Columbia
Wren Nasr
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Politics of protected areas in Eeyou Istchee: Protection, development, and culture on the Eastern James Bay
Claire Poirier Doctorat Université Memorial de Terre-Neuve Archéologie Mario Blaser Hunting Buffalo Under the Ground: Ontological Encounters in Heritage Management
Elias Pottek Doctorat Université de Montréal Géographie Thora Herrmann Communal Conflict and the Geopolitics of Land Tenure and Rural Resource Management in North and South Kivu (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Matthew Pritchard Doctorat Université McGill Géographie Jon Unruh The Co-Evolution of Land Tenure Systems in South Sudan: (Re)defining, (re)developing and (re)expressing human-environment relations in a post-conflict environment
Tamara Ranspot
Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie David Anderson Music and Human-Animal Relations Among Northern Athapaskans
Geneviève Reid
Doctorat Université McGill Géographie Renée Sieber Colin Scott Aspirations of the Cree in Northern Quebec and Geospatial Ontologies
Paula Schiefer
Doctorat Université d’Aberdeen Anthropologie David Anderson Cultivating Salmon. Human-Fish Relations in Bethel, Alaska
Katherine Scott
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott The Cree Nation of Wemindji’s museum/cultural center: links to the past, paths for the future
Divya Sharma
Photo by Alex Tran Photography
Maîtrise Université McGill Biologie Catherine Potvin Genesis of an indigenous social-ecological landscape in eastern Panama
Katie Sinclair
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Policy and Local Engagement: Mining in Arctic Canada
Alyse Stuart
Maîtrise Université Memorial de Terre-Neuve Études de genre Mario Blaser Fracking Canadian Settler Narratives: The Elsipogtog Shale-Gas Protest and Indigenous Women’s Resistance
Annick Thomassin
Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Ronald Niezen, Ismael Vaccaro et Monica Mulrennan Ina ngalmun lagau (this part of the sea belong to us) – Fisheries Co-management and Sea Rights in Torres Strait: A Sea Change in Power Relationships?
Carolina Tytelman Doctorat Université Memorial de Terre-Neuve Anthropologie Mario Blaser People and Trees: Forest Co-Management in Nitassinan-Labrador
Mélanie Wittes Prix d’internat de recherche en arts du premier cycle Université McGill Anthropologie Colin Scott Developing a Website for the Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (CICADA)
Corey Wright Doctorat Université McGill Anthropologie John Galaty Biodiversity dilemmas: indigenous rights and environmental justice in a changing climate and a relentless global economy
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