Faculty in the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies conduct research in a wide range of areas, a reflection of the School’s long history and interdisciplinary milieu, alongside the evolving range of the critical issues driving the contemporary debate in Canada. The areas of research broadly defined include Indigenous Studies; Critical Settler Studies; Canadian, Quebec, and Regional Studies; Nation-building, Nationalisms, and Nation-branding; Critical Heritage Studies, Conservation and Sustainability; Culture, Memory, and Place; Social Justice: Voice, Power, and Policy; Gender and Sexualities; and Identity, Representation, and Performance. In the following sub-sections, you will find more detailed information on the research areas and publications of each member of the faculty, as well as key Journals in which they are active. Please contact them individually for more information.
Faculty Research in the News
Monday, May 8, 2023
Trycia Bazinet Successfully Defends her Doctoral Dissertation!
Trycia Bazinet has defended her doctoral dissertation, "Is the Water Leaving? World-Making in the Settler-Colonial Context at Abitibi Lake, Québec, unceded Abitibi8inni Aki... More
Monday, May 1, 2023
Kahente Horn-Miller Awarded a 2023 3M National Teaching Fellowship
Congratulations to Kahente for receiving this prestigious award! The 3M National Teaching Fellowship is Canada’s most prestigious recognition of excellence in post-secondary... More
Thursday, March 30, 2023
Jennifer Henderson’s translation of a book by Dr. Dalie Giroux, The Eye of the Master: Figures of the Quebecois Colonial Imaginary,” has just been published by McGill-Queen’s UP
The Eye of the Master: Figures of the Québécois Colonial Imaginary (Carleton Library Series/McGill... More