Dr. Sabin’s scholarly agenda considers how the relationship between Indigenous and settler peoples shape Canadian political institutions, intergovernmental relations, and policy processes. This work asks a critical question: In the context of (re)emerging Indigenous systems of law and government, what is the future direction of liberal democracy in Canada? A related secondary research agenda explores how other identity groups – such as those based in race, religion, and sexuality – shape Canadian public policy and government.


Jerald Sabin

Jerald Sabin

Assistant Professor
Graduate Supervisor, Indigenous Policy and Administration

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Indigenous-settler intergovernmental relations; northern political development; comparative federalism; identity politics; public administration.


Honours

  • SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2017-2019
  • John McMenemy Prize, Canadian Political Science Association, 2015




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