Winnipeg, Chief Theresa SpenceMB – Friday, December 21, 2012

Open Letter to the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper and the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston:

We, as academics teaching in universities, witness the courageous and honourable actions of Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence to defend the land and Indigenous peoples of Canada. Chief Spence has said that she is willing to die for her people, and we will not stand silent while she starves to death on the doorstep of our Parliament. We call on our government to meet immediately with Chief Spence and to initiate a comprehensive plan to address the urgent situation in Aboriginal communities across this country.

On December 11, 2012, Chief Theresa Spence began a hunger strike, calling the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper and the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston to “initiate immediate discussions and the development of action plans to address treaty issues with First Nations across Canada.” Chief Spence wishes to raise concerns about the disregard of First Nations peoples by the Government of Canada, such as the continued failure to address poverty experienced in Indigenous communities, especially those living in rural and isolated communities. Chief Spence also wants to discuss recent bills that were passed in the legislature without First Nations consultation, including the omnibus Bill C-45 which included changes that removed all environmental protection from the vast majority of Canadian waterways, along with many other attacks on the environment. In addition to endangering the future of all Canadians, these changes violate Aboriginal and treaty rights by permitting the destruction of hunting and fishing economies. These concerns and others are clearly expressed in the Idle No More movement manifesto, which we encourage all Canadians to read and discuss in their communities.

We have been saddened and ashamed to witness the way that Chief Spence has been ignored by our government. We have been deeply disappointed to observe the refusal of both the Prime Minister and the Governor General—the Queen’s representative—to meet with her or acknowledge the importance of her concerns.

We stand in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence’s attempts to change the abusive manner in which the Canadian Government has ignored, threatened, and bullied Indigenous peoples. As teachers interested in contributing to a just and sustainable future where the rights of all Canadians are respected, we recognize that Canada’s history is one of exploitation, dispossession and marginalization of Indigenous peoples, denial of their rights and sovereignty, indifference to their suffering, and in many cases the destruction of their land. We also recognize the strength, resilience, and profound respect for Mother Earth that exist in Indigenous communities and welcome this current mobilization against the government-sponsored destruction of the environment.

We urge all people of Canada to enter into respectful dialogues about Aboriginal rights and treaties, and to take meaningful action in your communities to ensure the honouring of our treaties, respect for self-determination, and the protection of our environment for the generations to come.

While we are publishing the following list of academics who have signed the letter, we will continue to republish this letter as we gather additional names. If you would like to sign this letter go to our FB page at https://www.facebook.com/AcademicsInSolidarityWithChiefTheresaSpence?ref=stream and post your name, position, and departmental/university affiliation or email the information to Academics4ChiefSpence@gmail.com. Thank so much for standing in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence. For more information about the Idle No More Movement go to http://idlenomore1.blogspot.ca/
This letter has been translated into French and Spanish. Should you wish to translate the letter into another language please do so and send it to Academics4ChiefSpence@gmail.com.

We the undersigned, endorse the open letter written on Friday, December 21, 2012 to the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper and the Right Honourable Governor General David Johnston:

1. Roewan Crowe, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies & Co-Director, Institute for Women’s & Gender Studies, University of Winnipeg.
2. Catherine Taylor, Professor, Faculty of Education and Dept of Rhetoric & Communications, University of Winnipeg.
3. Robin Jarvis Brownlie, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba
4. Angela Failler, Chancellor’s Research Chair, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Research Affiliate Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Winnipeg.
5. Adele Perry, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair, Department of History, University of Manitoba.
6. Rachel Zolf, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Calgary.
7. Rachael Van Fossen, Part-time Faculty, Department of Theatre, Concordia University. Faculty, MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College.
8. Tracy Whalen, Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications, University of Winnipeg.
9. Laura Ishiguro, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia.
10. David Churchill, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba.
11. Pauline Greenhill, Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Winnipeg.
12. Alex Wilson, Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan.
13. Heather Milne, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Winnipeg.
14. Erin Wunker, Assistant Professor (limited term), Department of English/ Canadian Studies Program, Dalhousie University.
15. Karis Shearer, Assistant Professor, Department of Critical Studies, UBC (Okanagan).
16. Chloe Brushwood Rose, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, York University, Toronto.
17. Elise Chenier, Associate Professor of History, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.
18. David Camfield, Associate Professor, Labour Studies, University of Manitoba.
19. Mary Jane McCallum, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Winnipeg.
20. Elena Basile, Contract Faculty, Department of English, York University; Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto.
21. Wendy Pearson, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research, University of Western Ontario.
22. Heather Snell, Assistant Professor, University of Winnipeg
23. Christopher Keep, Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario.
24. Kevin FitzMaurice, Associate Professor Indigenous Studies, University of Sudbury/Native Laurentian.
25. Ashok Mathur, Canada Research Chair in Cultural and Artistic Inquiry, Thompson Rivers University.
26. Roland Bohr, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Winnipeg; Director Centre for Rupert’s Land Studies.
27. Justin Jaron Lewis, Associate Professor, Department of Religion, Acting Coordinator, Judaic Studies Program, University of Manitoba.
28. Heather Devine, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Calgary.
29. David Winter, Associate Professor, Dep’t of History, Brandon University.
30. Cindy Egan, Geomorphologist/Environmental Engineering lecturer Challenger Institute of Technology currently and Curtin University Western Australia.
31. Peter Ives, Associate Professor, Politics, University of Winnipeg.
32. Pamela Banting, Associate Professor, English Dept., University of Calgary.
33. Glen Coulthard (Yellowknives Dene), Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies Program and Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia.
34. Scott Morgensen, Associate Professor, Department of Gender Studies, Queen’s University.
35. Chris Andersen (Metis), Associate Professor, Director, Rupertsland Centre for Metis Research, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.
36. Joseph Lowndes, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oregon.
37. Ann Travers, Associate Professor, Dept of sociology & anthropology, Simon Fraser university, Burnaby, BC.
38. M. Sam Cronk, Claremont Scholar and Visiting Professor, Claremont Colleges; Digital Curator, Scripps College.
39. Marc Pinkoski, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology & Political science, University of Victoria.
40. Kevin Bruyneel, Associate Professor of Politics, History and Society Division, Babson College.
41. Coll Thrush, Associate Professor of History, University of British Columbia.
42. J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Associate Professor of American Studies and Anthropology, Wesleyan University, Connecticut (USA).
43. Shalene Jobin, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.
44. Vic Muñoz, Professor of Psychology & Gender Studies, Wells College, Aurora, NY, Cayuga Territory.
45. Ricardo A. Bracho, Visiting Multicultural Faculty, The Theatre School, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
46. Gordon Christie (Inuvialuit), Associate Professor, Director of Indigenous Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia.
47. Andrew Woolford, Professor of Sociology, University of Manitoba.
48. Huma Dar, lecturer, University of California at Berkeley.
49. Hayden King, Assistant Professor of Politics, Ryerson University.
50. Jennifer Katz, Assistant Professor, University of Manitoba.
51. Tara Milbrandt, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Augustana Faculty, University of Alberta.
52. Bethany Schneider, Associate Professor of English, Bryn Mawr College.
53. Michael Orsini, Associate Professor, School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa.
54. Dean Saranillio, Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University.
55. David Murakami Wood, Canada Research Chair in Surveillance Studies, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University.
56. Theresa Runstedtler, Assistant Professor of American Studies, Department of Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo (SUNY).
57. Alex M. McComber M.Ed. Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education, Faculty of Education, McGill University.
58. Daphne Gilbert, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
59. Max Haiven, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dept. of Art and Public Policy, New York University.
60. Bruno Cornellier, Postdoctoral Associate, Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies, University of Manitoba; Contract Faculty, University of Winnipeg.
61. Sheri M. McConnell, Field Education Coordinator, School of Social Work, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
62. Christiane Wilke, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa.
63. P. Sean Brotherton, Assistant Professor, Yale University.
64. Ann Braithwaite, Associate Professor, Coordinator, Women’s Studies, UPEI.
65. Kim TallBear, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California, Berkeley.
66. Melanie Niemi-Bohun: PhD Candidate, Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta, Edmonton AB.
67. Theresa McCarthy, Assistant Professor, Native American Studies, University at Buffalo.
68. Heather Zwicker, Professor and Vice-Dean of Arts, University of Alberta.
69. PhebeAnn Wolframe, PhD Candidate, Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton ON.
70. Paige West, Tow Associate Professor of Anthropology, Barnard College and Columbia University, NYC.
71. Laura Peers, Reader and Curator, University of Oxford.
72. Amanda Glasbeek, Associate Professor, Department of Social Science, York University.
73. Margaret M. Bruchac, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania.
74. David R. Miller, Emeritus Professor, Indigenous Studies, University of Regina.
75. Bobby Noble, Associate Professor, York University.
76. Siobhan Senier, Associate Professor, University of New Hampshire.
77. Deborah Cowen, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Toronto.
78. Eric Gary Anderson, Associate Professor, George Mason University.
79. Greg Albo, York University.
80. Jill Doerfler, Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies, University of Minnesota-Duluth (USA).
81. Gillian Calder, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria (B.C.).
82. Clint Carroll (Tsalagihi Ayehli), Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
83. Natasha Myers, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, York University.
84. Brenna Bhandar, Lecturer in Property Law, Queen Mary School of Law, University of London, UK.
85. Mary Ellen Donnan, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Bishop’s University.
86. Maria Belen Ordonez, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science and School of Interdisciplinary Studies, OCAD University.
87. David McNally, Professor of Political Science, York University, Toronto.
88. Denise Horoky, Research Librarian, Faculty of Education, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada.
89. Zoe A Meletis, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC.
90. Petra Kuppers. Professor of English. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
91. Janice Ristock, Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Manitoba.
92. Davina Bhandar, Associate Professor, Canadian Studies, Trent University.
93. Ari Gertrude Karl Hardy, PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies Programme, Queen’s University, Kingston ON (Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe lands).
94. Judith Sayers, National Aboriginal Economic Development Chair, and Assistant Professor of Business and Law, University of Victoria, BC.
95. Jane Dryden, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Mount Allison University, Sackville NB.
96. Mark Streeter, PhD Candidate, Department of English, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
97. Treena Orchard, Assistant Professor in the School of Health Studies, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario.
98. Ann Kottner, Adjunct Professor, Dept. of English, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ, USA.
99. Michael Doan, PhD Candidate, Philosophy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
100. Wendee Kubik, Women’s & Gender Studies, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
101. Stu Marvel, Postdoctoral Fellow, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, GA.
102. Shawn Cassiman, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH.
103. Erin Knuttila, PhD Student in Sociology, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan.
104. Michel Bouchard, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, British Columbia.
105. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
106. Patricia Kelly Spurles, Associate Professor and Head of Anthropology, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB.
107. Sheryl Lightfoot, Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies Program and Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia.
108. Lynette Shultz, Associate Professor and Co-Director, Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research, University of Alberta.
109. Winona Wheeler, Associate Professor and Department Head, Native/Indigenous Studies Dept, University of Saskatchewan.
110. Tessa Reed, Assistant Professor in Indian Studies, Department of Language and Ethnic Studies at Bemidji State University, Bemidji, Minnesota USA.
111. Andrea Walsh, Associate Professor, Visual Anthropology, University of Victoria.
112. Jeffrey Canton, Lecturer, Children’s Studies Program, Department of Humanities, York University, Toronto, ON.
113. Lesley Belleau, Ph.D Candidate in Indigenous Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario- Instructor of Indigenous Literature- Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie ON.
114. Alec Couros, Professor of Educational Technology & Media, University of Regina.
115. Emily Eaton, assistant professor, university of Regina.
116. Adien Dubbelboer, Academic Coordinator, Rhetoric and Composition, Athabasca University.
117. Renee Holt, PhD student, Cultural Studies and Social Thought, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.
118. Ada Jaarsma, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Dept. of Humanities, Mount Royal University.
119. Jeanette Bushnell, Anishinaabe, PhD.
120. Robbie Richardson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University.
121. Shko’deh Bluesky, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia.
122. Bruce Braun, Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota.
123. Kirby Brown, Cherokee Nation, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon.
124. Malissa Phung, PhD candidate, Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
125. Emma Doran, PhD candidate, Communication and Culture Dept., Ryerson and York Universities.
126. Craig Campbell , PhD. Assistant Professor in Anthropology and Cultural Forms. University of Texas at Austin.
127. Adam Gaudry, Ph.D. Candidate, Indigenous Governance, University of Victoria; Henry Roe Cloud Fellow, Yale University.
128. Robert Nichols, Assistant Professor, Political Science and Philosophy, University of Alberta.
129. Leslie Kern, Assistant Professor, Geography & Environment, Mount Allison University.
130. Ryan Duplassie, PhD Candidate, Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
131. David Tough, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Carleton University
132. Toban Black , PhD Candidate, Sociology with Environment & Sustainability, Western University.
133. Marie Hammond Callaghan, Associate Professor, History and Women’s and Gender Studies, Mount Allison University.
134. Lisa Trimble, PhD, Faculty of Education, McGill.
135. Steve D’Arcy, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Huron University College.
136. Sandy Grande, Associate Professor, Connecticut College.
137. Sarah Henderson, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Toronto.
138. Leanne Simpson, PhD, Conjunct Faculty, Indigenous Studies PhD Program, Trent University.
139. Karen Froman, contract instructor, University of Winnipeg Education ACCESS Programs.
140. Kristen Gilchrist, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Carleton University, Algonquin Territory.
141. Robert Majzels, Associate Professor, English Department, University of Calgary.
142. Melanie Sommerville, PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
143. Steve Daniels, Assistant Professor, rta School of Media, New Media Fine Art. Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
144. Darryl Leroux, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminology, Saint Mary’s University.
145. Karen Wall, Associate Professor, Communication Studies, Athabasca University.
146. Angela Aujla, Professor, Department of Liberal Studies, Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.
147. Gillian Roberts, Lecturer in North American Cultural Studies, Department of American and Canadian Studies, University of Nottingham, UK.
148. June Scudeler, PhD Candidate, English Department, University of British Columbia.
149. Matthew Farish, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Program in Planning, University of Toronto.
150. Alan Dudley Brown, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS.
151. Kristopher Wells, Assistant Professor and Associate Director, Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services, University of Alberta.
152. Gladys Rowe, MSW Candidate and Sessional Lecturer, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba, WPG, MB.
153. Sameena Eidoo, Ph.D., Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
154. Meghan Y. McCune, Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, Michigan State University, and Director of Social Sciences and Instructor of Anthropology and Sociology, Jamestown Community College, Olean NY.
155. Sharon Cowan, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh School of Law, Scotland, UK.
156. Lorraine McNeil, Professor, School of Language and Liberal Studies, Fanshawe College.
157. Ricardo Torres, Counseling Faculty, Full Professor Rank, California State University, Sacramento.
158. Kelly Aguirre, PhD Candidate, Dept. of Political Science, University of Victoria.
159. Jane Tolmie, Associate Professor, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University.
160. Pam Creasy (Kwakiutl), Associate Professor, Ashford University.
161. Karen Capuder (Kanien’keha:ka), PhD, Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Washington.
162. Eric Ritskes, PhD student, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
163. Jamey Essex, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada.
164. Rhonda Martens, Associate Professor, Philosophy, University of Manitoba.
165. Lisa Alexandrin, Associate Professor, Department of Religion, University of Manitoba.
166. Shannon Maguire, Doctoral Fellow, TransCanada Institute, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph.
167. Sandra Whitworth, Professor, Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto, ON.
168. Theresa Warburton, PhD Candidate, Department of Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo.
169. Aislinn HeavyRunner-Rioux, PhD Student, Educational Leadership, University of Montana.
170. Joanne Barker (Lenape), Associate Professor, American Indian Studies, San Francisco State University.
171. Zaagaate Kwe Chantal Fiola (Metis Anishinaabe), Sessional Instructor, Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
172. Heather Hartung-MacRae Heather MacRae, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto, ON.
173. Carrianne Leung, Sessional Instructor, OCAD University, Toronto, ON.
174. Mark Jackson, Senior Lecturer, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.
175. Luana Ross (Salish), Associate Professor and Co-Director of Native Voices, University of Washington in Seattle.
176. Katharine Winstanley, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
177. Hannah McGregor, PhD Candidate, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.
178. Yoke Sum Wong, History, Lancaster University, UK.
179. Andrea Pinheiro, Assistant Professor, Fine Art, Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
180. Anthony Paré, Professor, Faculty of Education, McGill University, Montreal, QC.
181. Yale Belanger, Associate Professor, Department of Native American Studies, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
182. Suzanne Mills, Assistant Professor, Labour Studies and Geography and Earth Sciences, McMaster University, Ontario.
183. Allison Gonsalves, PhD. Lecturer, Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University.
184. Peter Nyers, Associate Professor of the Politics of Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Department of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
185. Gwen Reid, MBA. Anishinaabekwe, Sessional Instructor. Seven Generations Education Institute. Kenora, Ontario, Canada.
186. Erin Morton, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada.
187. Jennifer Andrews, PhD, Professor, Department of English, UNB, Fredericton, NB, Canada.
188. Mark Rifkin, PhD, Associate Professor, English and Women’s and Gender Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
189. Makere Stewart-Harawira, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
190. Rebecca Anweiler, MFA, MEd. BFA Programme, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.
191. Derek Sayer, FRSC, Professor Emeritus (Canada Research Chair), University of Alberta.
192. Janice Williamson, Professor, Department of English & Film Studies, University of Alberta.
193. Melanie Richter-Montpetit, Sessional Faculty, York University, Toronto, ON.
194. Kate M. Daley, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, York University.
195. Irene S. Vernon, Phd, Colorado State University , Chair Department of Ethnic Studies.
196. Andrea Smith, Associate Professor, Media and Cultural Studies, UC Riverside, Riverside, CA.
197. Brenna Clarke Gray, Instructor, Department of English, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC.
198. Derek Maisonville, Humanities Teacher, John Abbott College, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue , QC.
199. Jonneke Koomen Jonneke Koomen, Politics Department, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon.
200. George Jaach Trudeau, Instructor / Cultural Lecturer, Anishinaabemowin (North American Native Anishinaabe Language), Walpole Island Ontario, Canada, Residing in Michigan, U.S.A.
201. Ami Harbin, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Women & Gender Studies, Oakland University (Michigan).
202. L. Pete Lambert, PhD Candidate, U of Sask, Juris Doctor.
203. Dave Thomas, Assistant Professor, Politics & International Relations, Mount Allison University.
204. Chris Bruckert, Associate Professor, Criminology, University of Ottawa.
205. Rebecca Coulter, Professor, Faculty of Education, Western University.
206. Fiona J. Green, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Co-Director, Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies, and Associate Dean of Arts, University of Winnipeg, MB.
207. Andil Gosine, Associate Professor, Sociology, York University.
208. Katherine Turner, Ph.D. Student, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba.
209. Helen Hoy, Professor Emeritus, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph.
210. Claire McLeish, MA Candidate in Popular Music and Culture, and Teaching Assistant, University of Western Ontario.
211. Matt James, Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Victoria.
212. Natasha Myers, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, York University.
213. David Koukal, Professor of Philosophy, University of Detroit, Mercy, USA.
214. Serina Patterson, PhD Student, Department of English, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
215. Dia Da Costa, Associate Professor, Department of Global Development Studies, Queen’s University.
216. Mary Deminion, PhD Student, Department of Classical Studies, University of Western Ontario, London, ON.
217. Ednie Kaeh Garrison, Visiting Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies Department, University of South Florida, USA.
218. Matthew Davidson, Tutorial leader, Department of History, Trent University, Ontario, Canada.
219. Valentina Capurri, Limited Term Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada.
220. Kenneth MacKendrick, Associate Professor, Department of Religion, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.
221. Shannon Dea, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Arts Teaching Fellow, University of Waterloo.
222. Jasmin Mujanović, PhD Candidate, Political Science, York University, Toronto.
223. Celeste Pedri, Anishinabekwe, Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation, mother, drum carrier, PhD student, Department of Anthropology, University of Victoria.
224. Dave Hudson, Assistant Librarian, University of Guelph.
225. Douglas Back, Associate Professor, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto, Ontario.
226. Ursula Pflug, Instructor, Loyalist College, Belleville, On.
227. Sarah Paynter Faculty, Geography Department, Douglas College, New Westminster, Canada.
228. Amber Meadow Adams, Kanyen’kehaka, ABD PhD, Transnational Studies Department, SUNY Buffalo, USA.
229. Barb MacDonald Ph.D. Student, Critical Disability Studies, York University, Toronto, Ont., Canada.
230. Kristin Burnett, Associate Professor, Indigenous Learning, Lakehead University.
231. Jodey Castricano, PhD, FOCAE. Associate Professor, Department of Critical Studies, The University of British Columbia, Okanagan, Kelowna, BC.
232. Laura Shepherd, Associate Prof., International Relations, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
233. Dory Nason, Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies Program and Department of English, UBC.
234. Betty Braaksma, librarian, University of Manitoba.
235. Elizabeth A. Scott, PhD Candidate, Sessional Lecturer, Department of History, University of Saskatchewan.
236. Juliana Espana Keller, Professor of Studio Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
237. Firoza Elavia, Contract Faculty, Cinema and Media Studies, York University.
238. Paul Watkins, PhD Candidate, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph.
239. Jamie Magnusson, Associate Professor of Education, OISE, University of Toronto.
240. Lisa Robin Spider Woman Sanford, Council Woman, Cherokees of Idaho.
241. Nicole Wegner, Instructor, Political and International Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
242. Corrasable Eton Keith, langergraber instructor, Emily Carr University.
243. Heather McLean, Sessional Instructor, York University.
242. Wanda Charles, Professor, Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
243. Martin Cannon, Assistant Professor of Education, OISE/ University of Toronto.
244. Sean Z. Springer, PhD student and Teaching Assistant, History, Simon Fraser University.
245. Cerelia Athanassiou, PhD Student, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, UK.
246. Wanda Martin, PhD Candidate, School of Nursing, University of Victoria. Victoria, BC.
247. Nathaniel Laywine, PhD Student, Communication Studies, McGill University.
248. Devon G. Peña, Ph.D.. Professor of Anthropology, American Ethnic Studies, and Program on the Environment, 2013 NACCS Scholar, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (Creek/Chicano)
249. Corinne Mason, PhD Candidate, part-time professor, Institute of Women’s Studies, University of Ottawa.
250. Mary MacLachlan, Assistant Professor, Historical and Critical Studies, NSCAD, Halifax, NS.
251. Paul Martin, Faculty Development Coordinator, MacEwan University, Edmonton, AB.
252. E. N. (Gene) Anderson, Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside.
253. Terezia Zoric, Senior Lecturer in Social Diversity in Schooling, OISE, University of Toronto.
254. Katherine Burnett, MA Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria.
255. Johan Sandberg McGuinne (South Saami), PhD Student, the School of Arts and Humanities, Stirling University, Scotland.
256. Shana Siegel, Ph.D. Sociology, Adjunct Professor, NYC.
257. Lyndsay Moffatt, Assistant Professor early literacies, University of Prince Edward Island.
258. Kathleen Reed, Assessment & Data Librarian, Vancouver Island University.
259. Jordana Greenblatt, Postdoctoral Research Team Member, International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen.
260. Adam Lewis, PhD Candidate, Environmental Studies, York University.
261. Trish Salah, Lecturer, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Social Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
262. JoAnn Jaffe, Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Studies, University of Regina.
263. Risa Horowitz, Assistant Professor, Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Regina.
264. Sara Matthews, Assistant Professor, Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
265. Anne Toews, PhD candidate, Department of History, York University.
266. Kristine Alexander, Kent Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of History, University of Saskatchewan.
267. David J. Carlson. Professor of English. California State University, San Bernardino.
268. Sandy McEvoy, Assoc. Director, Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights, UMass Boston, USA.
269. Alexandra Boutros, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
270. Julian Higuerey Núñez, Assistant, Graduate Studies. OCAD University.
271. Kasim Husain, PhD candidate, English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
272. Rhon Teruelle, Course Instructor/PhD Student, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
273. Meenal Shrivastava, Associate Prof, Political Economy & Global Studies, Athabasca University.
274. Jennifer MacLatchy, MA Candidate, Mount Saint Vincent University.
275. Royce Freeman, Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant, Social and Linguistic Anthropology, University of Oklahoma.
276. Judy Rebick, former CAW Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy, Ryerson University.
277. Sandra Beardsall, Professor of Church History and Ecumenics, St. Andrew’s College, Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan.
278. Hayley Marama Cavino, PhD Student, Adjunct Instructor, Cultural Foundations of Education, Syracuse University.
279. Stephanie Southmayd, PhD candidate, English, University of Toronto.
280. Wes Pope, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon.
281. Laura Elizabeth Ludtke, DPhil Candidate, English, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.
282. Ozlem Sensoy, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University.
283. Brian Donnelly, PhD, Professor, Sheridan Institute, Oakville ON.
284. Celia Haig-Brown, Professor, York University.
285. Taryn Beukema, PhD Candidate, Department of English, Queen’s University, Kingston ON.
286. Irene Loughlin, Instructor, Visual Art, Brock University, and Sheridan College.
287. Catherine Burwell, Assistant Professor, University of Calgary.
288. Kristen Hardy, PhD student and Teaching Assistant, Social & Political Thought, York University.
289. Jesse McKee, Curator, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre.
290. Juliana Espana Keller, Professor, Studio Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
291. Pablo Gonzalez, Lecturer, Chicano Studies, UC Berkeley
292. Tanya Gulliver, PhD candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
293. Kathleen James-Cavan, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Saskatchewan.
294. Nancy Van Styvendale, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Saskatchewan.
295. Roberto D. Hernández, Assistant Professor, Dept of Chicana and Chicano Studies, San Diego State University.
296. Nicole Cropley, MA Student and Teaching Assistant, Art History, York University.
297. Jovita Angelica Guillen Hernandez, retired, Skagit Valley Community College, Social Science Division Chair, English Dept Chair, Literature and Composition Instructor
298. Alexander Livingston, Assistant Professor of Government, Cornell University.
299. Charlotte Lombardo, Program Director, MPH in Health Promotion, University of Toronto.
300. Jonathan Adjemian, PhD Student and Teaching Assistant, Programme in Social & Political Thought, York University.
301. Erin Millions, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Manitoba.
302. Melissa Campbell, PhD Candidate, Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies, University of Toronto.
303. Darren Pacione, PhD Candidate, Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University.
304. Elizabeth Elbourne, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of History and Classical Studies, McGill University.
305. Katherine Bracken Ward, Anthropology, Victor Valley College.
306. Andrea Day, PhD Candidate, English, University of Toronto.
307. Charlie Peters, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English, Film, and Theatre, University of Manitoba.
308. Craig Jennex, PhD student, Department of English & Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
309. Ken Kirkwood, Assistant Professor, School of Health Studies, Western University.
310. Miriam Jones, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept. of Humanities and Languages, University of New Brunswick.
311. Francisco-Fernando Granados, Sessional Faculty, Department of Art, OCAD University, Toronto ON.
312. Scott de Groot, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Queen’s University.
313. Vanessa Lehan-Streisel, Contract Faculty, York University, Philosophy Department.
314. Alexandre Brassard, Director of Research, Glendon College, York University.
315. Melody McKiver, Anishinaabekwe, MA candidate, Ethnomusicology, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
316. Ricky Varghese, PhD Candidate, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Social Justice Education, University of Toronto
317. Cogito Cogitata Lisa Guenther, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, US
318. David Seitz, PhD Candidate, Human Geography and Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Toronto.
319. Noah Moss Brender, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Bishop’s University.
320. Jila Ghomeshi, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Manitoba.
321. Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto; Adjunct Professor, Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta.
322. Richard Milgrom, Associate Professor, Department of City Planning, University of Manitoba.
323. Cristina D’Amico, PhD student, Department of English, University of Toronto.
324. Arok Wolvengrey, Associate Professor, Algonquian Language and Linguistics, Dept. of Interdisciplinary Studies, First Nations University of Canada.
325. Denis Yarow, PhD Candidate, English, University of Toronto.
326. Shiloh Whitney, PhD Candidate, Philosophy, McGill University; Lecturer, Philosophy, University of Maine, Orono.
327. Roger Beck, Professor Emeritus, Classics and Historical Studies, University of Toronto.
328. Eva Portillo, PhD Candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University.
329. Janice Wallace, Associate Professor, University of Alberta.
330. Cressida Heyes, Professor and Canada Research Chair, Philosophy, University of Alberta.
331. Garson Hunter, Associate Professor, University of Regina.
332. Marie Battiste, Professor, University of Saskatchewan.
333. Sujith Xavier, PhD Candidate & Senior Fellow, Critical Research Laboratory in Law & Society, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
334. Charlotte Marie Chadwick, M.A. Candidate (Research), Department of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne.
335. Kimberley Wilde, MA, Administrative Assistant and Sessional Instructor, Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
336. Ann Massmann, Associate Professor, Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico.
337. Irene Vasquez, Associate Professor, American and Chicana and Chicano Studies, University of New Mexico.
338. Cindy Holmes, Sessional Instructor, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC.
339. Anne Fleming, Associate Professor, Creative Studies, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus.
340. Alanaise Goodwill, Assistant Professor, First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling, Brandon University.
341. Johannah May Black, PhD Student, Department of Political Science, York University.
342. Sharyn Clough, PhD, Professor, Philosophy, Oregon State University.
343. Jeannie Morgan, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia.
344. Mark Gowland, Theresa’s Helper, Chief Visualist at the Pure Creation Institute, Hamilton, Ontario.
345. Coel Kirkby, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.
346. John Russon, Professor of Philosophy, University of Guelph, Guelph ON, Canada, N1G 2W1.
347. Kevin Whitfield, PhD Candidate, Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University.
348. Roy Coulthard, PhD Candidate, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta.
349. Joyce Mastenbrook, Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology Department, University of Washington, Seattle, WA USA.
350. Kevin Spice, PhD Candidate, Department of Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
351. John Paul Catungal, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography and Program in Planning, University of Toronto.
352. Steven Galloway, Assistant Professor, Creative Writing Program, University of British Columbia.
353. Keith Maillard, Professor & Chair, Creative Writing Program, the University of British Columbia.
354. Andrea MacPherson, Instructor, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, BC.
355. J Jeffrey Keays, Studio Unit Leader, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK.
356. Elizabeth Bahe, PhD student, School of Education, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, USA.
357. Graham Woodgate, Principal Teaching Fellow, Environmental Sociology of the Americas, Institute of the Americas, University College London, UK.
358. Bo Causer, MSc. E-learning University of Edinburgh, BEd. Arts Education University of Regina, BA University of Guelph. *****
359. James Bartoli, MA candidate, History, University of San Diego, California, USA.
360. Hayley Rodgers, Bachelor of Education Student, University of Alberta, Canada.
361. Lauren Corman, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
362. Larry Sanders, Research Associate, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina.
363. Karen Foster, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Management Department, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS.
364. Maria-Ines Arratia, Assistant Professor (retired) McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
365. Patricia Trish Elliott, Assistant Prof., School of Journalism, University of Regina.
366. Travis V. Mason, Dalhousie University, Sessional Instructor.
367. Balca Arda, PhD Student, Department of Political Science, York University.
368. Elise Smith, Research Fellow, Faculty of History, University of Oxford.
369. Erik W Davis, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
370. John Oughton, Professor of Learning and Teaching at Centennial College, Toronto and PhD Student, Education, York University.
371. Alicia Turner, Assistant Professor, Humanities, York University.
372. Christopher John Doran, Professor, Social science, UNB, New Brunswick, Ca.
373. K. S. A. Brazier-Tompkins, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Saskatchewan.
374. Arsalan Kahnemuyipour, Assistant Professor, Linguistics, University of Toronto Mississauga.
375. James Muir, Department of History & Classics and Faculty of Law, University of Alberta.
376. Rebecca Raby, Associate Professor, Child and Youth Studies, Brock University.
377. Tali Boritz, Postdoctoral fellow, Psychology, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health/University of Toronto
378. Jennifer Selby, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
379. Doris Buss, Associate Professor and Graduate Supervisor, Department of Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University.
380. Arie Molema, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
381. Ye’shatst^slahawi Williams, PhD Student, College of Education, University of Arizona.
382. Ann Beer, M.A., D.Phil (Oxford), retired from McGill University (former Associate Professor in Education), now teaching at John Abbott College.
383. Theodore McLauchlin, Postdoctoral Fellow, Université de Montréal.
384. Marica Cassis, Assistant Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
385. Mark Abley, acquisitions editor, McGill-Queen’s University Press.
386. Amelia Clarke, Assistant Professor, School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED), University of Waterloo.
387. Marni Binder, Associate Professor, School of Early Childhood Studies, Ryerson University.
388. William Arnal, Associate Professor, University of Regina.
389. Lori Laiwa, PhD Candidate, Native American Studies, University of California, Davis.
390. Anne McGuire, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto.
391. Wendy Beauchemin Peterson PhD Candidate, Asbury Theological Seminary; Adjunct Faculty Providence University College and Providence Theological Seminary; Faculty NAIITS: North American Institute for Theological Studies.
392. Elsie Lewison, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography and Program in Planning, University of Toronto.
393. Jasminka Kalajdzic, Assistant Professor, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law.
394. Murat Guney, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University.
395. Mark Jones, Seneca College.
396. Candida Rifkind, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Winnipeg.
397. Jason Haslam, Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Dalhousie University.
398. Judy Davidson, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, University of Alberta.
399. Heather Saunders, Manager of Reference and Information Services, Harris Learning Library, Nipissing University.
400. Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, Assoc. Prof. Native American Studies Dept., University of California, Davis.
401. Isobel Waters, Senior Instructor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba
402. Melissa V. Leal, PhD- Native American Studies Faculty, California State University, Sonoma.
403. Tanis MacDonald, Associate Professor, Department of English and Film Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
404. Julie Gregory, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Queens University.
405. Kathryn Mockler, Western University.
406. Vanessa Brown, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Carleton University.
407. Lisa Bavington, PhD Candidate, Physical Education and Sport, University of Otago.
408. Barbara A. Barnes, Lecturer, Gender & Women’s Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
409. Luana Ross, Associate Professor and Co-Director of Native Voices, University of Washington.
410. Xuan Thuy Nguyen, Postdoc fellow & lecturer, School of Health, Policy and Management, York University.
411. Tamara Vukov, Professeure Adjointe, Départment de Communication, Université de Montréal.
412. Daniel Breyer, assistant professor of philosophy, Illinois State University.
413. Jesse Proudfoot, postdoctoral fellow, Department of Geography, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.
414. Mary Hood, Associate Professor, School of Art, Arizona State University.
415. Adam Barker, Teaching Fellow, Department of Geography, University of Leicester.
416. Paul Nesbitt-Larking Professor, Political Science, Huron University College.
417. Michelle McGeough. Assistant Professor. Institute of American Indian Art. Museum Studies/Art History.
418. Erin Graham, PhD Candidate and Sessional instructor, Educational Studies, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC.
419. Jim Clifford, Postdoctoral Fellow, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, Toronto.
420. Nicole Collins, Assistant Professor, Drawing & Painting Program, Ontario College of Art & Design University.
421. Jodene Baccus, Contract faculty, Department of Psychology, The University of Winnipeg.
422. Rodney Hunt, Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University.
423. Tim Smith, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria.
424. Leah Morton, PhD Candidate & Instructor, History, University of Manitoba.
425. Susan DeLisle, PhD Candidate, Dept of Geography, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
426. Krystle Maki, PhD Candidate, Dept of Sociology, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
427. Dana Olwan, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Syracuse University.
428. Henry Hornstein, Ph D, Assistant Professor, Dept of Business & Economics, Algoma University.
429. Patricia Stokes, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Ohio University.
430. Juliana West, PhD (Cand.), Instructor, Faculty of Social Work, U of Manitoba.
431. Ralph Callebert, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Dalhousie University.
432. Rebeca Rivera, lecturer, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington, Bothell.
433. Hyla Willis, Associate Professor of Media Arts, Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, USA.
434. Kyla Wazana Tompkins, Associate Professor, Pomona College.
435. Nat Hurley, Assistant Professor, University of Alberta.
436. Matt Fodor, Ph.D. Candidate, York University.
437. James Naylor, Associate Professor, Department of History, Brandon University.
438. Lorena Elke (Dobbie), SP Educator, University of Toronto.
439. Keri Cronin, Chair & Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts, Brock University.
440. Taiaiake Alfred, Professor and Director, Indigenous Governance, University of Victoria.
441. Tania Aguila-Way, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Ottawa.
442. Elizabeth Pentland, Associate Professor, York University.
443. Tobold Rollo, PhD Candidate, University of Toronto.
444. Hans Skott-Myhre, Associate Professor, Brock University.
445. Julie James, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University.
446. Reg Johanson, Instructor, Capilano University.
447. Barbara Pierson, director of behavioral health services, Lassen County, California (Wampanoag).
448. Gretchen Jude, PhD candidate, Performance Studies, University of California, Davis.
449. Cecelia O’Brien, graduated with a BA in History from Florida State University.
450. Caroline Seck Langill, Associate Dean, Faculty of Art, OCAD University, Toronto.
451. Mumford, Canada Research Chair, Aboriginal Arts and Literature, Trent University.
452. Kathleen Venema, Associate Professor, English Department, University of Winnipeg.
453. Roger Beck, Professor Emeritus, Classics and Historical Studies, University of Toronto.
454. Eva Portillo, PhD Candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University.
455. Michelle Stewart, Assistant Professor, Justice Studies, University of Regina.
456. Darlene Juschka, Associate professor, WGST, University of Regina.
457. Michelle Meagher, Assistant Professor, Women’s Studies Program, University of Alberta.
458. Myra Rutherdale, Associate Professor, York University.
459. Mark Ruml, Associate Professor, Religion & Culture, University of Winnipeg.
460. John Zibell, Phd Candidate, University of California, Davis, Performance Studies.
461. Cynthia Wu, Assistant Professor of Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo (SUNY).
462. Carlos Colorado, Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture, University of Winnipeg.
463. Catherine Nolin, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC).
464. Marusya Bociurkiw, Associate Professor, RTA School of Media, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
465. Caroline Laurent, PhD student, Sorbonne University, Paris.
466. Peter McDonald, PHD Candidate, English Literature, University of Chicago
467. Christine Schreyer, Assistant Professor, Community, Culture and Global Studies, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus.
‎468. Lina Sunseri, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Brescia University College at Western University.
469. Steven Loft, National Visiting Trudeau Fellow, Ryerson University, Toronto.
470. Barbara Patrick Hunting, Instructor, Sociology and Gender Studies, Bishop’s University.
471. Mike Evans, Professor, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia.
472. Jennifer Musial, Lecturer, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Northern Arizona University.
473. Marshall Beier, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, McMaster University.
474. Praba Pilar, Post Doctoral Fellow, Institute of Women and Gender Studies, University of Winnipeg.
475. Florentien Verhage, Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Washington & Lee University.
476. Geeta Patel, Associate Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Virginia.
477. Jon Salsberg, Associate Director, Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM), Dept. of Family Medicine, McGill University.
478. Susan Knabe, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies and the Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario.
479. Gillian Roberts, Lecturer in North American Cultural Studies, University of Nottingham, UK.
480. Debra Parkes, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba.
481. Janice Freeman, Instructor, Rhetoric and Communication, University of Winnipeg.
482. Mavis Reimer, Canada Research Chair in Young People’s Texts and Cultures, Professor
Department of English, University of Winnipeg.
483. Rob Innes, Assistant Professor, Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
484. Alan Sears, Professor, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University.
485. Carlos Munoz Jr, Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley.
486. Francine Kay, Music Department, Princeton University.
487. Dina El Dessouky, Lecturer, Writing Program, University of California, Santa Cruz.
488. Anna Zalik, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
489. Janet Tamalik McGrath, Ph.D., Independent scholar.
490. Norman Zlotkin, Associate Dean Academic, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
491. Ester Reiter, Associate Professor, School of Women’s Studies, York University.
492. Michelle Hartman, Associate Professor, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University.
493. Donna Patrick, Director, School of Canadian Studies, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology & Canadian Studies, Carleton University.
494. Ilan Kapoor, Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
495. Mary Ellen Davis, part-time instructor, School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montréal.
496. Jin Haritaworn, Assistant Professor in Gender, Race and Environment, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
497. Reuben Roth, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Laurentian University.
498. Indhu Rajagopal, Professor, Department of Social Science, York University.
499. Marcia McKenzie, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan.
500. Eryk Martin, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Simon Fraser University.
501. Deborah Cook, Professor of Philosophy, University of Windsor.
502. Wanda Wiegers, Professor, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
503. Rebecca Hall, PhD Candidate/Teaching Assistant, Political Science Department, York University.
504. Elizabeth MacNamara, Associate Prof., Faculty of Medicine, McGill University.
505. Noël Sturgeon, Dean,Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
506. Tiffany Muller Myrdahl, Junior Ruth Wynn Woodward Chair of Gender & Urban Studies, Assistant Professor, Department of Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies, Simon Fraser University.
507. Michael Nijhawan, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, York University.
508. Steven Jordan, Associate Professor, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, Faculty of Education, McGill University.
509. Shelagh Campbell, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta.
510. Sarah Krotz, University of Alberta.
511. Jim Vernon, Associate Professor, Philosophy, York University.
512. Helen Ramirez, Women and Gender Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
513. Suzanne Lenon, Assistant Professor, Women & Gender Studies, University of Lethbridge.
514. Frehiwot Tesfaye, Assistant Professor, York University.
515. Andrew Miller, Ph.D., Sessional Instructor , Department of Native Studies, University of Winnipeg.
516. Luke Stewart, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, The University of Waterloo.
517. J.I. Little, Professor, FRSC, History Department, Simon Fraser University.
518. Kathleen Lahey, Professor, Faculty of Law, Queen’s University.
519. Mark Goodman, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Department of Equity Studies, York University.
520. James Clark, Teaching Assistant, PhD candidate, Department of English, York University.
521. Sabah Alnasseri, Associate Professor, Political Science, York University.
522. Peter J. Mataira, PhD., Assistant Professor & Director of Indigenous Affairs.
523. Myron B. Thompson, School of Social Work, University of Hawaii, Manoa.
524. Barbara Rahder, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
525. Liette Gilbert, Associate Professor, York University.
526. Felipe Montoya-Greenheck, Chair of Neotropical Conservation, Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
527. Sara Matthews, Assistant Professor, Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
528. Sarah Hornstein, Contract Faculty, York University.
529. Allan Greenbaum, Contract faculty, Social Science; Environmental Studies, York University.
530. Patricia Molloy, Contract Faculty, Wilfrid Laurier University.
531. Martin Dufresne, author, Éditions du remue-ménage.
532. Anne O’Connell, Associate Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University.
533. Jody Berland, Professor, Department of Humanities, Senior Faculty Associate, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University.
534. Deborah Barndt, Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
535. Leyna Lowe, PhD student, York University.
536. Aziz Choudry, Assistant Professor, Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University.
537. Mara Eksteins, Professor, Assaulted Women and Children Counsellor and Advocate Program, George Brown College, Toronto.
538. Heather Campbell, Associate Professor, Department of English, York University.
539. Conrad Alexandrowicz, Ass’t Professor, Movement, Acting and Devised Physical Theatre, Department of Theatre, University of Victoria.
540. Lily Cho, Associate Professor, York University.
541. Nancy Viva Davis Halifax, Assistant Professor, M.A. and Ph.D. Program in Critical Disability Studies, School of Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Health, York University.
542. Ian Balfour, Professor, Dept. of English, York University.
543. David Spring, Professor of Mathematics, Glendon College, York University.
544. Roxanne Mykitiuk, Associate Professor of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
545. Sonja Killoran-McKibbin, PhD Candidate, York University.
546. Ali Kazimi, Associate Professor, Department of Film, Faculty of Fine Art, York University.
547. Reem Bahdi, Associate Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.
548. Karen Swift, Professor, School of Social Work, York University.
549. Karen Murray, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, York University.
550. Doreen Fumia, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University.
551. David T. McNab, Associate Professor of Indigenous Thought and Canadian Studies, Departments of Equity Studies and Humanities, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University.
552. Paul Downes, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Toronto.
553. James Laxer, Professor of Political Science, department of equity studies, York University.
554. Isolde Daiski, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, York University.
555. Linda Briskin, Professor, Social Science Department/School of Women’s Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University.
556. Peter Mayo, FRSA, Professor, University of Malta.
557. Carlota McAllister, Associate Professor, Anthropology, Deputy Director, Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean, York University.
558. Jessica Parish, PhD candidate, York University, Toronto.
559. Ricardo Grinspun, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, York University.
560. Ummni Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Carleton University.
561. Daniel Heath Justice, Associate Professor, First Nations Studies and English, University of British Columbia.
562. Parin Dossa, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University.
563. T. Kalaniopua Young (Kanaka Maoli), Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
564. Natalie Kouri-Towe, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Social Justice Education, University of Toronto, OISE.
565. Konstantin Kilibarda, PhD candidate, Political Science, York University.
566. Joseph Yracheta Graduate Student, Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, Indigenous affiliation: Raramuri (Tarahumara), P’urhepecha (Tarascan).
567. Mary Shearman, Instructor/PhD Candidate in the Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Simon Fraser University.
568. Judith Owens, Associate Professor, Department of English, Film, and Theatre, University of Manitoba.
569. Lilian Yap, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Political Science, York University.
570. Owen Chapman, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University.
571. Mark Leier, Professor, History Department, Simon Fraser University.
572. Justin Podur, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
573. Kevin Gould, Assistant Professor, Dept of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
574. Judy Haiven, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Saint Mary’s University.
575. Dip Kapoor, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
576. Margot Francis, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies/Sociology, Brock University.
577. Steven Tufts, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, York University.
578. Joseph H Herrera,
 Ph.D. Student, American Studies, Department of Critical Culture, Gender and Race Studies,
Washington State University, Pullman.
579. Punam Khosla, Doctoral Candidate, York University.
580. Dawn Moore, Associate Professor, Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University.
581. Sherna Berger Gluck, Professor Emerita, Department of History, California State University, Long Beach.
582. Rashmi Luther, Lecturer, School of Social Work, Carleton University.
583. Denise Marie Nadeau, Affiliate Associate Professor, Department of Religion, Concordia University.
584. T. Jackie Cuevas, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Women’s and Gender Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.
585. Michael Skinner, York Centre for International and Security Studies (YCISS), York University.
586. Joy Moore, Faculty, Dawson College, Montreal.
587. Laura Ludtke, DPhil candidate, University of Oxford at St Anne’s College.
588. Janice Wallace, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta.
589. Stefan Kipfer, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
590. Michael C.K. Ma, Criminology Department, Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
591. Jennifer R. Kelly, Professor and Chair, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
592. Kevin Moloney Dept of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, York University.
593. Emily Gilbert, Associate Professor, Director, Canadian Studies and Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto.
594. Willeen Keough, Chair, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Associate Professor, History, Simon Fraser University.
595. Greg Shupak, Sessional Faculty, University of Guelph.
596. Paola Bacchetta, University of California, Berkeley.
597. Gregory Baum, Professor Emeritus, Religious Studies, McGill University, Montreal.
598. Dara Culhane, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University, burnaby, b.c.
599. Nadine Sookermany, Professor, Assaulted Women’s and Children’s Counsellor/Advocate Program, Social Service Worker Program, George Brown College.
600. Deborah Simpson, Assistant Professor, International Studies Program, University of Regina.
601. Marjorie Griffin Cohen, Professor, Political Science/Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Simon Fraser University.
602. Joanne Naiman, Professor Emerita, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University.
603. Anne Meneley, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Trent University.
604. Quintin Hewlett, Ph.D. Candidate, Communications & Culture, York University.
605. Mary Louise Adams, Associate Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Department of Sociology and Graduate Program in Cultural Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston.
606. James N. Porter, York University.
607. Adrienne Carey Hurley, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies, McGill University.
608. Alex Latta, Associate Professor, Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
609. Huma Dar, Lecturer, Asian American & Asian Diasporas Studies Program, Ethnic Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley.
610. Sean Carleton, PhD Student, Frost Centre for Canadian & Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
611. Sam Noumoff, Retired professor, Political Science, McGill University.
612. Gerda Cammaer, Associate Professor, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University.
613. Stuart Cryer, Retired professor, Cambrian College, Sudbury.
614. Jeremy Webber, Canada Research Chair in Law and Society, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria.
615. Nalini Persram, Associate Professor, York University.
616. Monique LeSarre, Assistant Professor, Counseling Psychology & Transformative Inquiry Department, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco.
617. Lynne Cohen, Professor (Retired), Visual Arts Department, University of Ottawa.
618. Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, Associate Professor of Race and Resistance Studies, Senior Scholar, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Initiative, College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University.
619. Martin Klein, Professor Emeritus, Department of History, University of Toronto.
620. Edwin E. Daniel, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University.
621. Peter Eglin, Professor of Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University.
622. Mike Burke, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University.
623. Andrew Lugg, Professor Emeritus, University of Ottawa.
624. Peter Fitting, Professor Emeritus, French and Cinema Studies, University of Toronto.
625. Kim Sawchuk, Professor, Communication Studies, Concordia University.
626. Trevor Purvis, Assistant Professor, Department of Law & Legal Studies/Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University.
627. Denis Rancourt, Retired Professor of Physics, University of Ottawa.
628. Bill Skidmore, Instructor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University.
629. Len Findlay, Professor of English, University of Saskatchewan.
630. Ian Angus, Professor, Department of Humanities, Simon Fraser University.
631. Gary Kinsman, Professor, Sociology Department, Laurentian University.
632. Harry Smaller, Associate Professor Emeritus, York University.
633. Kirsten Kozolanka, Associate Professor, Carleton University.
634. Chris Vance, PhD Candidate, York University, Toronto.
635. Herman Rosenfeld, Sessional course director and Instructor, Political Science Department at York University and Labour Studies at McMaster University.
636. Hi, my name is Elisha Opwam and I support Chief Theresa Spence fully. I am proud that she is willing to die for us and to defend the land. I graduated from the First Nations University of Canada with a Bachelor of Administration. If you need anything else please ask.
637. Jasmin Zine, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology & Muslim Studies Option, Cultural Analysis & Social Theory (CAST) M.A Program, Wilfrid Laurier University.
638. Nada Elia, PhD, Antioch University, Seattle, WA.
639. Sheila Wilmot, Contract Faculty, Ryerson University.
640. Jennifer A. Stephen, Associate Professor, Department of History, York University.
641. Peter Gose, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University.
642. Vannina Sztainbok, Lecturer, Sociology, University of Toronto Scarborough.
643. Peter Cole, Assistant Professor, EDCP, University of British Columbia.
644. Jeff Corntassel, Indigenous Governance, Faculty of Human & Social Development, University of Victoria, Cherokee Nation citizen.
645. Stacy Douglas, Lecturer, Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University.
646. James Deutsch, FRCP(C), Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
647. Marty Roth, Professor Emeritus, Department of English, University of Minnesota.
648. Patricia Palulis, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa.
649. Mary-Jo Nadeau, Independent scholar and contract faculty (Toronto, Ontario).
650. Bill Burgess, Professor, Geography Dept., Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey BC.
651. Cheryl Sim, PhD Candidate, Études et pratiques des arts, Écoles des arts visuels et médiatiques, Université de Québec à Montréal.
652. Erin Morton, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of New Brunswick.
653. Beverley Best, Associate Professor, Graduate Programs Director, Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.
654. Rebecca Johnson, Professor of Law, University of Victoria.
655. Alexandre Da Costa, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Social Justice Education, University of Toronto.
656. Mai Taha, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
657. Carolyn Podruchny, Associate Professor, Department of History, York University.
658. Jessica MacCormack, Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University.
659. Noa Shaindlinger, PhD candidate, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto.
660. Casey Kirkpatrick, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Western Ontario.
661. Rhonda R. Dass, Director, American Indian Studies Program, Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, Minnesota State University, Mankato.
662. Maia Joseph, Sessional Lecturer, Arts Studies in Research and Writing, University of British Columbia.
663. Jasmine Rault, Assistant Professor, Culture and Media, Eugene Lang College, The New School, New York.
664. Lynn Caldwell, Sessional Lecturer, University of Saskatchewan; Faculty at St. Andrew’s College, Saskatoon.
665. Karen Fricker, Assistant Professor of Dramatic Arts, Brock University.
666. Jennifer V. Evans, Associate Professor and Graduate Chair, Department of History, Carleton University.
667. Paige West, Tow Associate Professor of Anthropology, Barnard College and Columbia University, NY.
668. Janet McAdams, Robert P. Hubbard Professor of Poetry, English Department, Kenyon College, Gambier OH.
669. Joy Dixon, Associate Professor of History, Associate Head, Department of History, University of British Columbia.
670. Annie Grace Ross, Assistant Professor, First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University.
671. David Shorter, Associate Professor and Vice Chair, World Arts and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles.
672. Lara Wilson, University Archivist, University of Victoria.
673. Neil Balan, Lecturer, Edwards Schools of Business, Sessional Lecturer, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
674. Catherine Duchastel, Administrative Support worker, Communications and Physical Needs and Resources, Subcommittees, Access York, M.A. candidate, Critical Disability Studies, Faculty of Health, York University.
675. Barbara Crow, Interim Dean, Graduate Studies, York University.
676. Jon Paul Fiorentino, Department of English, Concordia University.
677. Rae Staseson, Chair, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University.
678. Sharron Wall, Lecturer, Public Relations Program, McGill University.
679. Heather Igloliorte, Assistant Professor of Aboriginal Art History, Concordia University.
680. Shona Harrison, Lecturer, English and Engineering, University of British Columbia.
681. Kelly Pitman, Instructor, English, Camosun College, Victoria, BC.
682. Crystal McKinnon, PhD candidate, LaTrobe University.
683. Vanessa Pfunder, CHRP, HR Generalist, Edmonton.
684. Aisha Jamal, Assistant Professor, Trent University.
685. Sean Craig, Professor, Seneca College.
686. Sheryl Newton, Instructor, English ABE, University of the Fraser Valley.
687. Jennifer Beth Spiegel, Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Art History and Communications, McGill; Part-time Faculty, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University.
688. Paula Mohan, Lecturer, Political Science, Madison College, Madison, WI, USA.
689. Dorothy Christian Dorothy Christian, PhD Student, Dept. of Educational Studies University of British Columbia.
690. Lindsay Galbraith, Instructor, Haida Gwaii Semester, Dept. of Geography, University of Cambridge.
691. Elizabeth Williamson, Member of the Faculty, The Evergreen State College.
692. Kathleen Buddle, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Canada.
693. Bernice Downey. Doctoral Candidate , Anthropology and Health, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
694. Colin Martin, Doctoral Candidate, Department of English, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
695. Min Kaur, Doctoral student, Sociology & Equity Studies in Education, OISE/University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Professor, Social Service Worker Program, George Brown College.
696. Clayton Jo-Ann Episkenew Jo-Ann Episkenew, Director, Indigenous People’s Health Research Centre, University of Regina, Saskatchewan.
697. Jonathan Dewar, Director of the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre & Special Advisor to the President, Algoma University.
698. Alyosha Goldstein, Associate Professor of American Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA.
699. Laura Parisi, Associate Professor, Dept. of Women’s Studies, University of Victoria, Canada.
700. Lisa Kahaleole Hall, Associate Professor and Chair, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Wells College, Aurora, NY, USA.
701. Jackie Nixon, Sessional Lecturer an Student Counselor, First Nations University of Canada, SK, Canada.
702. Jenny Wannas, Sessional Instructor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
703. Leanne Unruh, Sessional TA and MA candidate, OCAD University, Toronto, ON.
704. Sajida Jalalzai, PhD Candidate, Columbia University, New York, NY.
705. Misao Dean, Professor, Department of English, University of Victoria.
706. Brenda Gardipee, Division Chief of Human Services, Chippewa Cree Tribe, Rocky Boy’s Reservation, Montana and enrolled member of Chippewa Cree Tribe.
707. Lisa Monchalin, Faculty, Department of Criminology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
708. Marshall Fuller, Associate Director of Research Development and Adjunct Lecturer of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma.
709. Rebecca Caines Assistant Professor in Creative Technologies, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Regina.
710. Cecilia Martell, Faculty, Department of English, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC.
711. Karen Robson, Faculty, Sociology, York University, Toronto.
712. Kerry Preibisch, Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology, University of Guelph.
713. Abigail Levin Abigail Levin, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Niagara University, NY.
714. Fay Fletcher, Associate Professor, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta.
715. Tiffany Lee, Associate Professor, Native American Studies, University of New Mexico.
716. Jennifer Bond, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
717. Megan Bang, Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of Washington.
718. Terri Flowerday, Associate Professor Educational Psychology, University of New Mexico.
719. Colleen Anne Dell, Professor, Department of Sociology & School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan.
720. Oriel María Siu, Assistant Professor, Latino Studies, University of Puget Sound.
721. Sarah McCullough, PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies, UC Davis.
722. Alicia Hibbert (Metis), Research Coordinator, Faculty of Extension and Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta.
723. Stephanie Ross, Associate Professor, Work & Labour Studies, York University.
724. Beenash Jafri, PhD Candidate, Gender, Feminist & Women’s Studies, York University.
725. Robin Minthorn, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Native American Studies, University of New Mexico.
726. Miye Nadya Tom, PhD Candidate, Post-Colonialisms and Global Citizenship, Center of Social Studies, Associated Laboratory of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.
727. Jennifer Poudrier, Associate Professor, Sociology, Co-PI Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan.
728. Kristin Dowell, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, University of Oklahoma.
729. Mark Lance, Professor of philosophy, Professor of justice and peace, Georgetown University.
730. Terri-Lynn Brennan, Education Management Advisor, CUSO/VSO Nepal.
731. Tristan Jones, Doctoral Student, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University – New Brunswick, NJ, USA.
732. Roberta Lamb, Associate Professor, School of Music, Queen’s University, Canada.
733. Jon Parmenter, Associate Professor, History Department, Cornell University.
734. Deborah Curran, Faculty of Law University of Victoria.
735. James Starkey, Adjunct Professor of Education/First Nations Studies, Native Philosophy, Traditional Teaching Methodologies, Antioch University Seattle.
736. Sheila Gruner, Assistant Prof, Algoma U.
737. William Hackborn, Professor of Mathematics and Computing Science, Augustana Campus, University of Alberta.
738. Kenneth H. Lokensgard, Lecturer, Religious Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
739. Carolyn Smart, Lecturer, Dept. of English, Queen’s University.
740. Gordon Cleveland, Economist, Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough and Senior Fellow, Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne.
741. Jenny Wannas Instructor, Ed Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
742. Tanya McFadyen, PhD Candidate, Education, York University.
743. Simone Weil Davis, PhD, University of Toronto Trinity College.
744. Ju Hui Judy Han, Assistant Professor, Geography, University of Toronto.
745. Lisa Sharik, Phd. Student, Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University.
746. Eva C. Karpinski, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies,York University.
747. Arlo Kempf, PhD, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles; Lecturer, Department of, Humanities, Social Sciences, & Social Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
748. Sandra Hoenle, Instructor, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary.
749. Marva Milo, PhD student and Teaching Assistant, Gender, Feminist & Women’s Studies, York University.
750. Daphne Jeyapal, Course Instructor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.
751. Shelly Birnie-Lefcovitch, PhD, RSW, Associate Professor, School of Social Work Memorial University.
752. Micki Honkanen, PhD candidate, Political Science, York University.
753. Wendy McKeen, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, York University.
754. Nancy Jackson, Associate Professor, OISE, University of Toronto.
755. Kim Pate, Executive Director, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies, Ottawa.
756. Pat O’Riley, Associate Professor, Dept. of Curriculum & Pedagogy, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia.
757. Craig Willis, Associate Professor & Chancellor’s Research Chair, Department of Biology and C-FIR, University of Winnipeg.
758. Colin Mooers, PhD, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University.
759. Jane Bailey, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
760. Gail Fraser, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
761. Simon Black, Lecturer, Department of Social Sciences, York University.
762. Krista Lynes, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, Concordia University.
763. Sakej Henderson, IPC, Native Law Centre, Saskatoon.
764. Ute Lischke, Professor, Chair, Department of English and Film Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
765. Susan B. Boyd, Chair in Feminist Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia.
766. Kent McNeil, Distinguished Research Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
767. Evren Ozselcuk, PhD Candidate, Communication and Culture Course Director, Dept. of Communication Studies, York University.
768. Ian Roderick, Associate Professor, Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
769. Constance Backhouse, C.M., O.Ont., F.R.S.C., Professor of Law, University of Ottawa.
770. Radhika Mongia, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, York University.
771. Peter Bohmer, Faculty in Political Economy, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA.
772. Daphne Taylor-Garcia, Assistant Professor, University of California, San Diego.
773. Jessica Marion Barr, Ph.D. Candidate, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University.
774. Dayna Nadine Scott, Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
775. Professor Martha Jackman, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
776. Sean Wilkinson, MA Student, Simon Fraser University.
777. Jennifer Baker, PhD Candidate and Sessional Instructor, University of Ottawa, Department of English.
778. Rachel Berger, Associate Professor of History, Concordia University.
779. Lesley J. Wood, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, York University.
780. Stephen Slemon, Professor, English & Film Studies, University of Alberta.
781. Laam Hae, Associate Professor, Political Science, York University.
782. Ted Rutland, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment Concordia University.
783. Aruna Srivastava, Associate Professor, Department of English, International Indigenous Studies Program, University of Calgary.
784. Colleen Wagner, Associate Professor, Dept. of Film, York University.
785. Magdalena Olszanowski, Teaching Assistant, Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal.
786. Jerry M. Spiegel, Professor, School of Population & Public Health, Faculty of Medicine & Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia
787. Derek Simon, Associate Professor and Dept Chair, Department of Religious Studies, St Thomas University.
788. Jonathan Anuik, Assistant Professor, Theoretical, Cultural and International Studies
in Education, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
789. Sonia B-Inkster, Educator, Tian Fu College, Mianyang City, Sichuan Province, PRC.
790. William Jenkins, Associate Professor, York University, Toronto.
791. Douglas Young, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Urban Studies, Department of Social Science, York University
792. Sean Craig, Professor, Coordinator, Seneca College, Toronto.
793. Garry Potter, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University.
794. Stephen Peters, PhD Student, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University.
795. Michaela McMahon, PhD Student and Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
796. Donna Sharkey, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education and Professional Studies, State University of New York.
797. Alison Hearn, Associate Professor, Rogers Chair of Studies in Journalism and New Information Technology, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario.
798. Arun P. Mukherjee, Professor, Department of English, York University.
799. Kim Jackson, Phd Candidate, Environmental Studies, York University.
800. Sarena Seifer Sarena Seifer, Adjunct Professor, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph.
801. Judy Pocock, Sessional Lecturer, Writing and English Departments, York University and University of Toronto.
802. Kim Jackson, PhD student, Environmental Studies, York University.
803. Brandon Laforest, PhD student. Environmental studies. York University.
804. Christina Rousseau, PhD Candidate in Humanities, York University.
805. Aaron Fox, Music, Columbia Univ., New York, Turtle Island.
806. Anna Stirr, Assistant Professor, Asian Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
807. Jessica R. Cattelino, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, UCLA.
808. Joanne St Lewis, Asst. Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
809. Fred Myers, Silver Professor of Anthropology, New York University.
810. Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Professor of Anthropology & Gender Studies, Columbia University.
811. Robert Warrior (Osage), Director and Professor, American Indian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
812. David Palumbo-Liu, Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, and Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University.
813. Richard T. Rodriguez, Associate Professor, English and Latina/Latino Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
814. Christopher Larkosh, Asst Prof Dept of Portuguese, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, USA (Wampanoag Lands).
815. Renee Ann Cramer, Associate Professor and Director, Drake University’s Program in Law, Poliitcs, and Society.
816. RedSun SunHawk EagleHawk, Writer, Covert Researcher.
817. Melody Li, PhD Student. Washington University, St. Louis.
818. Brian K. Hudson (Cherokee Nation), PhD Candidate, Department of English at the University of Oklahoma.
819. Jessica Bardill, Lecturer, Stanford University.
820. Kevin Lamoureux, PhD Candidate, Instructor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
821. Mike Bergsgaard, Instructor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
823. Audra Simpson, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University.
824. Wade Nelson, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Rhetoric, Writing and Communications, University of Winnipeg
825. Lee Anne Block, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
826. Valerie Baseley, MA, Instructor, Rhetoric, Writing & Communications, University of Winnipeg.
827. Barry Nolan, Instructor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
828. Leah Gazan, PhD Candidate, Instructor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
829. Don Metz, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
830. Debbie Schnitzer, Professor, Department of English, University of Winnipeg.
831. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers, Professor, Department of Rhetoric, Writing and Communication, University of Winnipeg
832. Jennifer Clary-Lemon, Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications, University of Winnipeg
833. Chris Campbell, M.A., Research program coordinator, Education & Cultural Studies
834. Jodi A. Byrd, Associate Professor, American Indian Studies/English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
835. Timothy David Clark, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, York University / Sessional Lecturer, Department of Political Studies, Trent University.
836. Brad Weiss, Professor of Anthropology, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
837. Barbara Harrison Barbara Harrison, PhD Candidate, Brock University.
838. Anne-Marie Mawhiney, Professor of Social Work, Laurentian University.
839. Lynda M. Collins, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, University of Ottawa.
840. Veronica Fynn, Adjunct Professor, School of Population and Public Health
841. Tyler Shipley, Dept of Political Science, York University
842. Sunera Thobani, Associate Professor, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, University of British Columbia.
843. Sarah Henzi, PhD, Lecturer, Études anglaises, Université de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Canada.
844. Leigh MacEwan, MSW, PhD, School of Social Work, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario.
845. Lara Karaian, Assistant Professor, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University
846. Max Karpinski, Graduate Student, McGill University, Department of English
847. Margot Young, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia
858. Tamara de Szegheo Lang. Doctoral Student, Graduate Programme in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
859. James Cairns, Assistant Professor, Contemporary Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
860. Marc Golden, Professor, Department of Classics, University of Winnipeg.
861. Robert Byrnes, Assistant Professor, Rhetoric, Writing and Communications, University of Winnipeg.
862. Paul Betts, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg.
863. Amy Cooper, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA.
864. Nadine Naber, Program in American Culture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
865. Barbara Buttes, Yankton Sioux Tribe, Sociocultural Anthropologist (UCLA), Wicanpi Research & Consulting, Inc., Lincoln, NE.
866. Ashwani Peetush, Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada.
867. Rosemary Lee, Trinational Coalition to Defend Public Education,.US section.
868. Paul Hébert Doctoral Candidate in History, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. USA.
869. Chris Teuton, Associate Professor of American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
870. Tara Browner, Professor, Ethnomusicology and American Indian Studies, UCLA.
871. Henry Heller, Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba.
872. Debbie Gascoyne, Instructor, Camosun College, Victoria BC.
873. Brenda Proctor, Instructor, Camosun College, Victoria, BC.
874. Lauren Freeman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Concordia University.
875. Hilary Davis, Course Director, Humanities, York University, Toronto.
876. Alyssa Mt. Pleasant, Assistant Professor of American Studies & History, Yale University.
877. Joseph Buss, Associate Professor of History, Oklahoma City University.
878. Carol Hay Carol Hay, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Lowell.
888. Alvin Lim, Assistant Professor in International and Comparative Politics, American University of Nigeria.
889. Jennifer Bracewell, Doctoral Candidate in Archaeology, McGill University.
890. Chelsea Gabel, Post-doctoral candidate, Health, Aging and Society Department, McMaster University.
891. Stephen Wall, Chair, Indigenous Liberal Studies Department, Institute of American Indian Arts.
892. C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, Assistant Professor of History, Illinois College.
893. Taylor Spence, Visiting Assistant Professor, Sewanee, The University of the South.
894. Rachel Hurst, Women’s and Gender Studies, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Occupied Mi’kmaq Territory.
895. Stan Chung, Vice President Academic and Research, Red River College, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
896. Cheryl Cowdy, Assistant Professor, Children’s Studies Program, Dept. of Humanities, York University, Toronto.
897. Tara Browner, Professor, Ethnomusicology and American Indian Studies, UCLA
898. Daniel Scott, School of Child & Youth Care, University of Victoria.
899. Amy Lonetree, Associate Professor of History, University of California, Santa Cruz.
890. Caroline Andrew, Emeritus Professor, University of Ottawa.
891. Alice Nash, Associate Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
892. Ron Verzuh, PhD Student, Simon Fraser University.
893. Ariel Salzmann, Associate Professor, Islamic and World History, Department of History, Queen’s University.
894. Margaret Hillyard Little, Full Professor, Gender Studies & Political Studies Departments, Queen’s University, Kingston.
895. Marc Spooner, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Regina.
896. Katherine Spring, Associate Professor, Film Studies Program Coordinator, Dept. of English and Film Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
897. Cynthia Levine-Rasky, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Queen’s University.
898. Alyssa Mt. Pleasant, PhD, American Studies Program & Department of History, Yale University.
899. Mervyn Horgan, Assistant Professor & Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Sociology, Acadia University.
900. Ian Fanning, PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University.
901. Mark Gabbert, Associate Professor and Head, Department of History, University of Manitoba.
902. Meenal Shrivastava, Associate Professor and Academic Coordinator, Global Studies and Political Economy, Athabasca University.
903. Sandrina de Finney, Associate Professor, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria.
904. Meaghan Frauts, PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies Queen’s University, Kingston ON.
905. Gail Vanstone, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities, York University.
906. Marcia Bell, Humanities Division, York University.
907. Alison Taylor, Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies and Director, Community Service-Learning, University of Alberta.
908. Judy Hellman, Professor of Political and Social Science, York University.
909. Susan Johnston, History Instructor, Camosun College, on unceded Lekwungen territory at Victoria BC.
910. Andrea Sterzuk, Associate Professor of Education, University of Regina.
911. Kate Bride Kate Bride, Postdoctoral Fellow, York University, Toronto, ON.
912. Shazia Iftkhar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Communication Studies, University of Michigan.
913. T’ai Smith, Assistant Professor of Art History, University of British Columbia.
914. Kathryn Labelle, Assistant Professor, History Department, University of Saskatchewan.
915. Raven Sinclair Raven Sinclair, Associate Professor, Social Work, University of Regina,.Saskatoon.
916. Jennifer Adese, Assistant Professor, School of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Kiji Sibi.
917. G. B. Shand, Professor (Emeritus), English/Drama Studies, Glendon College, York University.
918. Jerry Goodswimmer (BSW/MEd/Doctoral Educational Student), University of British Columbia, Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation, AB.
919. Justin Carroll, Assistant Professor of History, Indiana University East.
920. Jenny Davis, PhD Student, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Colorado-Boulder.
921. Jennifer J. Reed, PhD candidate, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Department of Sociology.
922. Erin Sutherland, PhD Student, Cultural Studies, Queens University.
923. Morgan Vegas, Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing, Arts (Native Studies/History) University of Alberta.
924. Tony Claydon, Professor, Early Modern History, Bangor University, Wales, UK.
925. Stark Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe), Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Victoria.
926. Alex Lubin, Associate Professor, American Studies Department, University of New Mexico.
927. Ann McGrath, Professo,r Australian National University, Australia.
928. Damon Akins Damon Akins, Assistant Professor, History Department, Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina.
929. Sarah Kastner, Graduate Student (PhD English), Queen’s University, Ontario.
930. Mario A. Caro, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Draper Interdisciplinary Graduate Program, New York University.
931. Treena Delormier, PhD, Assistant Professor, Office of Public Health Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
932. Mary Hardy, Professor of Actuarial Science, University of Waterloo, Ontario.
933. Marc Andre Fortin, PhD, Assistant Professor, English Literature, Universite de Sherbrooke.
934. Madeleine Thien, Instructor, International MFA in Creative Writing, City University of Hong Kong.
935. Sarah Bracke, Assistant Professor Sociology, University of Leuven, Belgium.
936. Mishuana Goeman , Assistant Professor, Gender Studies and AISU, CLA.
937. Elizabeth Molnar, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh.
938. Constance Russell, Associate Professor and Chair, Faculty of Education, Lakehead University.
939. Emma Elliott, PhD Candidate of Educational Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle.
940. Doro Wiese, Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam (UvA), NL.
941. Eve Tuck, Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations, State University of New York at New Paltz.
942. Cliff Eyland, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba
943. Jeff Munroe, Employer Outreach Officer, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
944. Carleen Jackman, Masters of Social Work, Indigenous Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, Kitchener, Ontario.
945. Catherine Kellogg, Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Alberta.
946. Ardele Lister, Associate Professor, Visual Arts Dept, Rutgers University.
947. Sirma Bilge, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Université de Montréal.
948. Alexander Ervin, Professor, Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan.
949. Will Straw, Director, McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, McGill University.
950. Justin E. H. Smith, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Concordia University, Montreal.
951. Sarah Artt, lecturer in English and Film, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland.
952. Erin Dolmage, Phd Candidate, Department of History, York University.
953. Helene Strauss, Department of English, University of the Free State.
954. Eva Mackey, Associate Professor, Carleton University.
955. Joshua Synenko, PhD Candidate, York University.
956. Ketan Shankardass, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Wilfrid Laurier University.
957. Charlotte Bosseaux, Senior Lecturer, Translation Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
958. Vera Parham, Assistant Professor, History University of Hawaii Hilo.
959. Katrina Keefer, PhD Candidate, History Department, York University, Canada.
960. Emilia Nielsen, PhD Candidate, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice, University of British Columbia.
961. Julie Bacon, PhD Candidate, Department of Environmental Studies, Science, and Policy, University of Oregon.
962. Rachel Berger, Associate Professor, History Department, Concordia University.
963. Boyda Johnstone, PhD Candidate, Department of English, Fordham University, Bronx NY.
964. Kirsten Weld, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Harvard University
965. Merrick Pilling, PhD Candidate, Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University, Toronto, ON.
966. Carolina Suransky, University of Humanistic Studies, the Netherlands.
967. Burcu Baba, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University.
968. Dorian Lebreux, PhD candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University.
969. Deborah A. Miranda, Professor of English, Washington and Lee University.
970. Margaret Kress White, PhD Candidate, University of Manitoba.
971. Laura Landertinger, PhD Candidate, University of Toronto.
972. Mavis Fenn, Associate Professor, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
973. Bonnie Devine, Associate Professor & Founding Chair, Indigenous Visual Culture Program, OCAD University, Toronto.
974. Scott Kurashige, Professor, American Culture and History, Director of Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, University of Michigan.
975. Jonathon Bakan, contract faculty, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
976. James Parker, Rupert E. Edwards Chair in Piano Performance, Head of Keyboard Studies, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto
977. Anne Mease, Instructor/Coordinator, Yukon College, Whitehorse, Yukon.
978. Doris R. Jakobsh, Associate Professor, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario.
979. Matthew Flisfeder, Independent Scholar, Sessional Instructor at OCAD U, Ryerson, Trent, and Laurier.
980. Gina Velasco, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies Dept, Keene State College, New Hampshire.
981. Aurelia Kinslow PhD Student & Year of Indigenous Education Communications Coordinator, University of British Columbia.
982. Emily Macgillivray, PhD Student and Graduate Student Instructor, American Culture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
983. Sonya bawshkeeng anungo kwe Atalay, Assistant Professor, Anthropology and Commonwealth Honors College, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
984. Dee Shanger, Film & Photo Department (formerly), Ryerson University, Toronto.
985. Paulette F.C. Steeves, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, Binghamton University Binghamton NY.
986. Kirsty Robertson, Assistant Professor, Contemporary Art and Museum Studies, Department of Visual Arts, University of Western Ontario.
987. Timothy Pearson, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Department of Visual Arts, University of Western Ontario.
988. Jeanette Bushnell, Anishinaabe, PhD, Lecturer, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
989. Mary Greenfield, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, Yale University.
990. Katie Mazer, PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Toronto.
991. Kit Dobson, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mount Royal University
992. Sarah Blacker, PhD Candidate, Department of English and Film Studies, University of Alberta.
993. Linda Warley, Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Waterloo.
994. Teya Rosenberg, Associate Professor, Department of English, Texas State University-San Marcos.
995. Stacey Hannem, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminology, Wilfrid Laurier University.
996. Kathryn Carter, Associate Professor of English, Wilfrid Laurier University.
997. Claire Hooker, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator, Health Humanities, University of Sydney.
998. Jessica Rosinski, PhD Student, Political Science, University of British Columbia.
999. Luanne Martineau, Associate Professor, Studio Arts, Concordia University.
1000. Lowery Malinda Maynor Lowery, Associate Professor of History, University of North Carolina Natives-Chapel Hill.
1001. Annette Portillo, Assistant Professor, Native American Studies, University of Texas, San Antonio.
1002. Carrie Bernard, Assistant Clinical Professor Department of Family Medicine McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1003. Julia Riddell, MA Candidate, Clinical-Developmental Psychology, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
1004. Karoline Guelke, Ph.D. student, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Victoria.
1005. Julia Aoki, PhD Student, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University.
1006. Cathy Mattes, Assistant Professor, Visual and Aboriginal Arts, Brandon University.
1007. Peter C. Van Wyck, Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.
1008. Julie L. Reed (Cherokee Nation) Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
1009. Ruth Koleszar-Green (Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan) Instructor, School of Social Work, Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.
1010. Hannah Dyer, PhD Candidate, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
1011. Catharine Mason, Associate Professor of English and Linguistic Ethnography, Université de Caen Lower Normandy.
1012. Susan Lord Professor, Head of Department, Film and Media, Queen’s University.
1013. Shelagh Keeley, Lecturer, Dept. of Arts, Culture and Media, University of Toronto, Scarborough.
1014. Elizaveta Solomonova, Ph.D. candidate, Individualized Program, Lecturer, Psychology Department. Université de Montréal.
1015. Kevin Joel Berland, Associate Professor of English & Comparative Literature, Penn State, Canada Council Doctoral Fellow.
1016. Samir Gandesha, Associate Professor, Dep’t of Humanities and Director of the Institute for the Humanities, SFU.
1017. Lisa Ordell, Graduate Student, Dept of Educational Psychology and Leadership, UVic.
1018. Brooke M. Bauer (Catawba Indian Nation), PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, NC.
1019. Lisa Ordell, Graduate Student, Dept of Educational Psychology and Leadership, UVic.
1020. Brooke M. Bauer (Catawba Indian Nation), PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, NC.
1021. Cathy van Ingen, Associate Professor, Dept of Kinesiology, Brock University.
1022. Stephen K. Levine, Professor Emeritus, York University; Associate Provost, The European Graduate School.
1023. Anne Cumming, Chair, Department of English, North Island College, Courtenay, B.C.
1024. Leslie Allin, PhD candidate, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph
1025. Severin Fowles, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University.
1026. Triny Finlay, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of New Brunswick.
1027. Wenona Victor, Indigenous Studies Faculty, History Department, University of the Fraser Valley.
1028. Candace Fujikane, Associate Professor, English Department, University of Hawai’i.
1029. Darren Patrick, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
1030. Kate Krug, Assistant Professor, Chair, Anthropology/Sociology Department Cape Breton University.
1031. Sarah Flicker, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
1032. Nicky Duenkel, Assistant Professor, Community Studies Department, Cape Breton University.
1033. Beth Aileen Dillon, Ph.D. Candidate, Interactive Arts & Technology, Simon Fraser University.
1034. Kathleen Cross, Assistant Professor, Communication, Simon Fraser University.
1035. Kristopher Woofter, Instructor, Dawson College, Montreal.
1036. Marcos Daniel Moldes, PhD Candidate and Sessional Instructor School of Communication Simon Fraser University.
1037. John Carlaw, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Political Science, York University
1038. Elizabeth Pickett, LLM, retired, Carleton University Law Department.
1039. KwaMolas Atje, retired elder.
1040. Karen Smith, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
1041. Donna M. Chovanec, Associate Professor, Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
1042. Anthony Fenton, PhD Candidate, Political Science, York University.
1043. Geoffrey “Markus” Scott-Alexander, MA, CAGS, PhD Candidate, Senior Faculty, Arts Health and Humanities, European Graduate School (Saas Fee, Switzerland).
1045. Ann Porter, Associate Professor, Political Science, York University.
1046. Elisabeth Abergel, Professor,
Department of Sociology,
Université du Québec à Montréal.
1047. David Lloyd, Department of English, University of California at Davis.
1048. Rosalind Hampton, PhD student, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University.
1049. Allison Morehead, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Queen’s University.
1050. Rachel Echenberg, Sessional Lecturer, Fine Art Department, Dawson College.
1051. Jan Yorke, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Laurentian University.
1052. Alicia Hawkins, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Laurentian University.
1053. Lucien Pelletier, Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Sudbury.
1054. Réal Fillion, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Sudbury.
1055. Heather Jessup-Falcioni, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Laurentian University.
1056. Jessica Taylor, Part-time Lecturer & Midwife, School of Midwifery, Laurentian University.
1057. Darrel Manitowabi, School of Native Human Services. Laurentian University.
1058. Kaili Beck, Sociology/Labour Studies Program, Laurentian University.
1059. Rachel Haliburton, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Sudbury.
1060. Lee Frew, Contract Faculty, Department of English, York University.
1061. Nancy Steele, Coordinator Central Option, Aboriginal Infusion Lead, OISE/University of Toronto.
1062. Donna Coombs, Executive Assistant to the Chair, Political Science, University of Alberta.
1063. Jessica Ball, Professor, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria.
1064. Jarrett Martineau, Frog Lake Cree Nation, Ph.D. Candidate, Indigenous Governance, University of Victoria.
1065. Rob McMahon, PhD Candidate, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University.
1066. Fuyuki Kurasawa, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, York University.
1067. Richard A. Ingram, Research Associate, CGSM: Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University.
1068. Richard Pickard, Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of English, University of Victoria.
1069. Rebecca Thornhill, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept Radiology, University of Ottawa.
1070. Kevin Scannell, Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Saint Louis University (Missouri).
1071. Nancy Bleck, Sessional Faculty, Faculty of Critical + Cultural Studies / Faculty of Visual + Material Practice, Emily Carr University.
1072. J P Leary, Assistant Professor, Humanistic Studies-First Nations Studies, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
1073. Alison Hope Alkon, Assistant Professor and Co-Chair, Department of Sociology, University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA).
1074. John Munro, Assistant Professor, Department of History, St. Mary’s University.
1075. Kristin Burnett, Associate Professor, Indigenous Learning Department/Lakehead University.
1076. Jamie Hoskins, MA Candidate, Anthropology, Simon Fraser University.
1077. Shelley Hulan, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature, University of Waterloo.
1078. Susie Wileman, Co-ordinator, Student AccessAbility Centre, Dawson College.
1079. Elizabeth Whitmore, Professor Emerita, School of Social Work, Carleton University.
1080. Herbert Pimlott, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
1081. Alex Trimble Young, Doctoral Candidate, English Department, University of Southern California.
1082. Janis Cole, Professor, Faculty of Art, OCAD University, Toronto.
1083. Dr Fiona Nicoll, University of Queensland, St Lucia (Brisbane, Australia).
1084. Mandy Koolen, Laurentian University.
1085. Susan Drummond, Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
1086. Michael Anthony Hart, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
1087. Paul James, Director of the United Nations Global Compact, Cities Programme, Director, Global Cities Research Institute, RMIT, Researcher in the Globalism Research Centre, Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, London.
1088. Elizabeth Sheehy, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
1089. Liza Lorenzetti, Instructor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1090. Natasha Bakht, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
1091. Tanya McFadyen, PhD Candidate, Education, York University.
1092. Vanessa Clark, Sessional Instructor and PhD student, School of Child and Youth Care, Human and Social Development, University of Victoria.
1093. Meg Luxton, Professor, Director,.Graduate Program in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University.
1094. Sara Dorow, Associate Professor, Sociology University of Alberta.
1095. Lin Snelling, Associate Professor of Dance, Department of Drama, University of Alberta.
1096. Carmela Murdocca, Associate Professor, Sociology, York University.
1097. David Olesik, North South Studies Profile Co Coordinator, Economics Department, Dawson College.
1098. Lucinda Vandervort, Professor of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
1099. Patricia Romano, Faculty member, Dept. of Humanities, Dawson College.
1100. Thomas Lamarre, Professor, East Asian Studies, McGill University.
1101. James Tully, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria.
1102. Stanley G. Knick, Director, Native American Resource Center, Associate Research, Professor, American Indian Studies Department, University of North Carolina Pembroke (Pembroke, NC).
1103. Mary Jane Mossman, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
1104. Linda McMullen, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan.
1105. Linda Cullum, Associate Professor, Graduate Officer, Department of Sociology, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1106. Kate Rossiter, Assistant Professor, Health Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
1107. Patrick Barnard, English Teacher, Department of English, Dawson College, Montreal.
1108. Kristalyn M. Shefveland, Assistant Professor of American History, University of Southern Indiana (Evansville, IN).
1109. Sylvie Perron, Faculty, Modern Languages, Dawson College.
1110. Joseph Rosen, Teacher, Humanities, Dawson College.
1111. Johanne Saint-Charles, Directrice – Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la biologie, la santé, la société et l’environnement (CINBIOSE), Professeure – Département de communication sociale et publique, Université du Québec à Montréal.
1112. Parviz Haggi, Professor of Mathematics, Dawson College.
1113. Rob Heynen, Sessional Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, York University.
1114. Greta Hofmann Nemiroff, Coordinator, Women`s Studies, Dawson College.
1115. José Antonio Lucero, Associate Professor, Joff Hanauer Honors Professor, Chair, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington (Seattle, WA).
1116. Eve Haque, Associate Professor, Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, Equity Studies, York University.
1117. Brenda Firman, Associate Professor, Kenanow Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, University College of the North.
1118. Ruthann Lee,
Assistant Professor, ,Department of Critical Studies, ,Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies,
University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus.
1119. Paul Nadasdy, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology and the American Indian Program, Cornell University.
1120. Elaine Power, Associate Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Studies, Queen’s University.
1121. Kaili Beck, Sociology/Labour Studies Program, Laurentian University.
1122. Dina Georgis, Assistant Professor, Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto.
1123. Rita Wong, Associate Professor, Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
1124. Hernan E. Humana, Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Science, Faculty of Health, York University.
1125. OmiSoore H. Dryden, PhD Candidate, Sociology and Equity Studies In Education, OISE/University of Toronto.
1126. Kirsten Emiko McAllister, Associate Professor, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University.
1127. Audra Simpson, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University (New York).
1128. Owen Toews, PhD Candidate, Earth and Environmental Sciences, City University of New York Graduate Center.
1129. Katja Thieme, Lecturer, Arts Studies in Research and Writing, University of British Columbia.
1130. Jessica F. Harkins, PhD student, Department of American Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
1131. Christine A. Stewart, Assistant Professor, English and Film Studies, University of Alberta.
1132. Amina Jamal, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University.
1133. Murray Cooke, Contract Faculty, Political Science Department, York University.
1134. Geneviève A. Dumas, Professor, Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen’s University.
1135. Jane Helleiner, Professor, Department of Sociology, Brock University.
1136. Nicholas Brown, PhD Candidate, Department of Landscape Architecture & American Indian Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1137. Mervin Mckay, Instructor, Kenanow Bachelor of Education, Faculty of Education, University College of the North.
1138. Parastou Saberi, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
1139. Rod Dolmage, Professor, Educational Administration, University of Regina.
1140. Dzifa Afonu, Training for Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Psychology Department, University of East London.
1141. Emily Simmonds, PhD candidate, Science and Technology Studies York University.
1142. Aaron Trotman-Grant, Student, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen’s University.
1143. John R. Calvert, 
Associate Professor, 
Faculty of Health Sciences,
 Simon Fraser University.
1144. Renate Eigenbrod, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba.
1145. Himani Bannerji, Professor, Department of Sociology, York University.
1146. Stephen Cain, Associate Professor, Department of English, York University.
1147. Dorit Naaman, Associate Professor, Film and Media, Queen’s University.
1148. Sheila Batacharya, Sessional Lecturer, Ryerson Stream Vic One, Victoria College, Victoria University in the University of Toronto.
1149. Deborah Harrison, Professor (retired) and Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, University of New Brunswick.
1150. Annalee Yassi, Professor, School of Population and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia.
1151. Sylvia Söderlind, Professor, Department of English, Queen’s University.
1152. Dia Da Costa, Associate Professor, Global Development Studies, Queen’s University.
1153. Kim Renders, Department of Drama, Queen’s University.
1154. Emilio del Valle Escalante (k’iche’ maya, Guatemala), Associate Professor of Spanish, Romance Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1155. Sedef Arat-Koc, Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University.
1156. Kerry Taylor, Course Director, Law and Society Program, Department of Social Science, York University.
1157. David Singh, Research Fellow, Indigenous Studies Research Network, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia).
1158. Patrizia Gentile, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Carleton University.
1159. Sandra Jeppesen, Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies, Media Studies, Lakehead University.
1160. Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Indigenous Studies Research Network, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia).
1161. Carla Fehr, Wolfe Chair in Science and Technology Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Waterloo.
1162. Faye Ginsburg,
Professor of Anthropology,
New York University.
1163. Freya Kodar, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria.
1164. Marjorie Ratcliffe, Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, The University of Western Ontario.
1165. Darryl Edwards, PhD Student and part-time lecturer, Laurentian University.
1166. David Heap, Associate Professor, Linguistics & French, University of Western Ontario.
1167. Dominique Vuvan, Postdoctoral Fellow, International Laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research, University of Montreal and McGill University.
1168. David Banoub, a PhD candidate and sessional in the history department at Carleton University.
1169. Ilyan Ferrer, PhD Candidate, School of Social Work, McGill University.
1170. Nick Ruest, Digital Assets Librarian, Scott Library, York University.
1171. Paul Antze, Associate Professor (Emeritus), Department of Social Science, York University.
1172. Emilie Cameron, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University.
1173. Karen Smith, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
1174. Donna M. Chovanec, Associate Professor, Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta.
1175. Terry Costantino, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
1176. Lise Weil, Faculty, Individualized Masters of Arts Program, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt.
1177. Milena Placentile, MMSt, Presently unaffiliated.
1178. Willox Ashlee Cunsolo, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Climate Change Adaptation Research Group, Department of Geography, McGill University.
1179. George Jaach Trudeau, Instructor of Anishinaabemowin / Culture Lecturer, Anishinaabe History.
1180. Melissa Hardie, Senior Lecturer in English, University of Sydney.
1181. Mel Berning, MFA Adjunct Instructor, English, Pulaski Technical College, Arkansas.
1182. Mathieu Brûlé, PhD candidate (ABD), History, York University.
1183. Carolyn Guertin, Languages and Communications, University of North Texas at Dallas.
1184. Melissa Pickles, MD, Resident in Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal.
1185. Maxine V.H. Matilpi, J.D., LL.M, Women’s Studies and First Nations Studies, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, B.C.
1186. Renay Egami, Associate Professor, Dept. of Visual Arts, University of British Columbia Okanagan.
1187. Nicholas Brown, PhD Candidate, Department of Landscape Architecture & American Indian Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1188. Jeff Benvenuto, PhD student, Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers-Newark.
1189. Storm Lee Sanders, University of Saskatchewan; Sociology Instructor, First Nations University of Canada; Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology; Aboriginal Justice and Criminology Program Coordinator, Department of Sociology, U of S.
1190. Dr. Faisal Moola, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto.
1191. Laurie Milner Dr. Laurie Milner, Concordia University.
1192. Rose Ernst, Assistant Professor, Seattle University
1193. Florence St. Pierre First Nation University Northern Campus, Indigenous Studies.
1194. Harvey Chang, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University.
1195. Christine Elsey Faculty of Arts, at University of the Fraser Valley.
1196. Liza Lorenzetti, Instructor (Doctoral Student), Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1197. Edward Ou Jin Lee, Doctoral Candidate, Sessional Instructor, McGill School of Social Work.
1198. Danika Medak-Saltzman, Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder.
1199. Nathaniel Taylor, current MSM graduate student, Baker University, Graduate of Haskell Indian Nation University, B.A. American Indian Studies Program Lawrence, Kansas USA.
1200. Gillian Bartlett, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
1201. Rima Berns-McGown, adjunct faculty, diaspora studies, Department of Historical Studies, University of Toronto at Mississauga.
1202. Lizzie Cornish, Honours Degree from The University of Life.
1203. Ganaele Langlois, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
1204. Sean Smith, European Graduate School.
1205. Robyn Bourgeois, Ph.D Candidate, University of Toronto; Sessional Instructor, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, ON.
1206. Marcia Oliver, Assistant Professor, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, ON.
1207. Alex Levant, Contract Lecturer, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.
1208. Carrie E Humchitt, BA, LLB, Alumni of SFU, UBC Faculty of Law, currently legal counsel for the Heiltsuk Nation in Bella Bella BC, Heiltsuk Nation.
1209. Panayota Papadeas, Professor, Legal Studies, School of Business, St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology, Windsor, ON.
1210. Diana Young, Associate Professor, Carleton University Department of Law.
1211. Ponni Arasu, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Toronto.
1212. Jillian M. Jacklin, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1213. Leslie M. Tutty, Professor (retired), Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1214. Maureen Seguin, PhD Candidate, Public Health and Policy, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, London, UK.
1215. Brett Story, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography and Program in Planning, University of Toronto.
1216. Stasha Huntingford, Phd student, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1217. Stephanie McCarthy, Doctoral (PhD) Candidate, French and Comparative Literature, Université Paris-Sorbonne/Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV), Paris, France.
1218. Alan Wong, Ph.D. Candidate, Special Individualized Program, Concordia University, Montreal; Teacher, English Department, Vanier College, Montreal.
1219. Leila Pourtavaf, PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
1220. Griffin Epstein, PhD Student,Hhumanities, Social Sciences and Social Justice Education Department, OISE, University of Toronto.
1221. Laurette McGuire, Assistant Professor, California State University, San Marcos.
1222. Jack Hixson-Vulpe, PhD Student, Gender, Feminist, and Women’s Studies York University.
1223. Angela Wilson, PhD Candidate, Dept of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal.
1224. Barbara Thompson, OTD, LCSW, Professor, The Sage Colleges, Troy, NY, USA.
1225. Trevor Reed, Pre-Doc Fellow, Dept. of Music, New York, NY.
1226. Megan Carney, Postdoctoral Lecturer, Anthropology, University of Washington.
1227. Stephanie B. Thorne, PhD candidate, Musicology, Florida State University.
1228. Nicole Cohen, PhD Candidate, York University/Instructor, Journalism, Laurier Brantford.
1229. Manuela Popovici, Course instructor and PhD candidate, School of Social Work, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
1230. Jane Helleiner, Professor, Sociology, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
1231. Julie Kaye, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan.
1232. Onar Usar, PhD student, Critical Disability Studies Program, York University, Toronto.
1233. Sara Spike, PhD Candidate and Contract Instructor, Department of History, Carleton University.
1234. Carrie Nolan, Assistant Professor, Education, Ambrose University College.
1235. Jason Errol Salamon, PhD student, Communication Studies, McGill University.
1236. Jenny Wills, Assistant Professor, English Department, University of Winnipeg.
1237. Judy Girard, Sessional Lecturer, School of Social Work, Carleton University.
1238. Simon Reader, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Toronto.
1239. Adam M. Sowards, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Idaho.
1240. Jessica Dolan, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, McGill University.
1241. Kari Brozowski, Associate Professor, Health Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
1242. Heather Ladd, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Lethbridge.
1243. Saelan Twerdy, PhD student, Art History, McGill University.
1244. Stephen Guy, PhD candidate, English, Queen’s University.
1245. Cheryl Aro, PhD student, Social Dimensions of Health, University of Victoria.
1246. Valerie Minnett, PhD candidate, History Department, Carleton University.
1247. David Hugill, Department of Geography, York University.
1248. Vanessa Oliver, Department of Sociology, Mount Allison University.
1249. Brianne Collins, PhD Student, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary.
1250. Adam Solomonian, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia.
1251. Robert Zacharias, Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies, University of Toronto.
1252. Heather Davis-Fisch, English and Theatre Faculty, University of the Fraser Valley.
1253. Byron Dueck, Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, Open University.
1254. Marty Fink, Part-Time Faculty at Concordia University, English Department and Simone de Beauvoir Institute.
1255. Jessica Dunkin, Part-Time Faculty, Carleton University and University of Ottawa.
1256. Jocelyn Parr, Permanent Faculty at Dawson College, History Department.
1257. Beth Anne Beth Robertson, Ph.D. Candidate, Carleton University.
1258. Olivia Sultanescu, PhD Student, Department of Philosophy, York University.
1259. Alice MacLachlan, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, York University.
1260. Claude Denis, Professor, School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa.
1261. Daniella Sanader, MA Candidate, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1262. Paul Fontaine, PhD student, Communication Studies, McGill University.
1263. Heather Rosenfeld, MS student, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1264. Frances Greenslade, Instructor, Department of English, Okanagan College.
1265. Menno Meijer MA, teaching assistant, King’s University College at Western University.
1266. Mike McLaughlin, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Carleton University.
1267. Nicolina Baccari, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Carleton University.
1268. Danijela Zutic, PhD student, Art History, McGill University.
1269. Leslie Brown, Associate Dean, Faculty of Human & Social Development, University of Victoria.
1270. Ian Laplante, PhD Candidate, Department of History, York University.
1271. Carl Sack, MS Candidate, Teaching Assistant, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1272. Prof. Valérie d. Walker, ecole beaux arts, D+CART, CUPFA! Concordia University, Montréal. QC, Canada.
1273. Alex Dnu Doctoral candidate, Sessional Faculty, Department of Political Science, McMaster University.
1274. Lindsay Ruth Hunt, PhD provisional candidate, Secondary Education, University of Alberta.
1275. Christopher Webb, Teaching Assistant and MA Candidate, York University, Toronto.
1276. Floridalma Boj Lopez, Doctoral Student, University of Southern California.
1277. Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land, Adjunct, CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, PhD Student in Sociology at CUNY Graduate Center.
1278. Michael Wilkinson, Professor of Sociology, Trinity Western University.
1279. Rachel Ariss, Assistant Professor, Legal Studies, University of Ontario Institute of technology (UOIT) Oshawa, Ontario.
1280. ‎Sanda Rodgers, Professor Emeritus Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
1281. Richard McCutcheon, Associate Professor, Conflict Resolution Studies, Canadian Mennonite University.
1282. Lena Carla Palacios, PhD Candidate, Department of Integrated Studies in Education and Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1283. Sabine LeBel, PhD Student, York U/Writing Instructor, U of T.
1284. Richard Matthews, Assistant Professor of Social Justice and Peace Studies, King’s University College at the University of Western Ontario.
1285. Samantha King, Associate Professor/Associate Director, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University.Rebecca Todd, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto.
1286. Kjetil Rodje, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
1287. ‎Bob Woodham, Professor of Computer Science, University of British Columbia.
1288. Heather Morrison, PhD, Sessional Instructor, SFU School of Communication.
1289. Julie Farnum, Assistant Professor, Dept of Anthropology, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey, USA.
1290. Fiona Nicoll, University of Queensland.
1291. Simon Fisher, Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1292. Elena McGrath Thistle, PhD Candidate History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1293. Susan O’Donnell, Researcher and Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, University of New Brunswick.
1294. Trish Luker Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
1295. Robert Lame Bull McDonald, MD Blackfeet/Ottawa, Named after Great, Great, Grand Father, Lame Bull, Member of the War Bonnet Society Council of Traditional Chiefs of the Blackfoot Confederacy, The McDonald Clinic, Inc. Chairman/ of the Board.
1296. Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Associate Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Western University.
1297. Jessi Taylor, PhD Student, Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate Theological Union.
1298. Susan Thomson, Assistant Professor, Peace and Conflict studies, Colgate University, Canadian national.
1299. Craig McLuckie Associate Dean of Arts and Foundational Programs, College Professor (English), Okanagan College.
1300. Diane Conrad, Associate Professor, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta.
1301. S.D. Jowett, PhD Candidate, Dept of History, Queen’s University.
1302. Madelaine Morrison, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, Carleton University.
1303. Satoko Itani, PhD Candidate, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto.
1304. Brenda Macdougall, Chair Metis Research, uOttawa.
1305. Nicole St-Onge, History, uOttawa.
1306. Alex Hemingway, PhD student, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia.
1307. Wendy Pringle, MA Candidate, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1308. Alissa Overend, Faculty Lecturer, Department of Sociology, MacEwan University.
1309. Tim Walters, College Professor, Department of English, Okanagan College.
1310. Mascha Gugganig, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia.
1311. Mimi Thi Nguyen, Associate Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies and Asian American Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
1312. Colin Snowsell, College Professor, Department of Communications, Okanagan College.
1313. Dana Lewis, McGil University, Doctoral Candidate Faculty of Education, McGill University.
1314. David Lessard, McGill University, PhD Candidate Department of Anthropology.
1315. Rima Hussein, Independent Researcher, Berlin.
1316. Melissa Redmond, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Carleton University.
1317. Lynn Lavallee, Associate Professor, Ryerson University.
1318. Jon Short, Contract Faculty, York University.
1319. Yvonne Zylan, Associate Professor, Hamilton College, United States.
1320. Jordy Cummings, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of Poltiical Science, York University.
1321. Janis A. Fairbanks, PhD Candidate, American Studies, Michigan State University.
1322. Neil McLaughlin, Associate Professor, Sociology, McMaster University.
1323. Tasha Beeds, PhD student, Department of Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
1324. Jolene Armstrong, Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Athabasca University.
1325. Anh Hua, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies, San Diego State University.
1326. Émilie Pigeon, PhD Candidate, Department of History, York University.
1327. Kent O’Grady, Honours Student, Bachelor of Arts-History, Athabasca University.
1328. Shauneen Pete, assistant professor, Faculty of Education, University of Regina.
1329. Brenda St Germain MSW Candidate, Indigenous Specialization, University of Victoria, Lecturer.
1330. Laura Spitz, Associate Dean, Cornell Law School.
1331. Katherine Ovens, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of English, York University
1332. Jessica Mach, MA Student, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1333. Kobie Spriggs, MA Student and Research Assistant,Department of Philosophy/ Political Science, University of Regina.
1334. Lisa Jeanne Jodoin, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of English, University of New Brunswick.
1335. Heather Latimer, Sessional Instructor, Co-ordinated Arts program, Columbia.
1336. Isidro D. Ortiz, Professor, Dept. of Chicana and Chicano Studies, San Diego State University.
1337. Gail Perez, Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, University of San Diego.
1338. Yan Bourke, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin.
1339. Joseph Taylor, Assistant Professor of Music, James Madison University.
1340. JR Welch, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 2), Department of Archaeology and School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada.
1341. Gavin Fridell, Canada Research Chair and Associate Professor, International Development Studies, Saint Mary’s University.
1342. Marion Ahrens, Instructor/Coordinator, OISE/University of Toronto.
1343. William Pelech, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1344. Margo Tamez, Assistant Professor, Indigenous Studies, University of British Columbia,Okanagan.
1345. Todd Gordon, Assistant Professor, Contemporary Studies, Laurier University, Brantford, Ontario.
1346. Marcelo Saavedra-Vargas, Department of History & Program of Aboriginal Studies, University of Ottawa on unsurrendered and unceded Algonquin territory, Turtle Island.
1347. Lisa Brooks, Associate Professor of English and American Studies, Amherst College.
1348. Jennifer Guglielmo Associate Professor of History, Smith College.
1349. Mark Hathaway, PhD Candidate and course instructor, University of Toronto.
1350. Rhonda A. Semple, Associate Professor of History, St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish.
1351. Kenneth Fields, Professor of English and Creative Writing, Stanford University.
1352. Emma Cunliffe, Assistant Professor of Law, University of British Columbia.
1353. Linda Heidenreich, Associate Professor, Washington State University.
1354. Rebecca Tillett, Senior Lecturer, American Studies, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.
1355. Anthony Lioi, Associate Professor, Liberal Arts, The Juilliard School, New York, USA.
1356. Timothy Corlis, Lecturer, Canadian Mennonite University Winnipeg, MB.
1357. David Gay, Professor of English, University of Alberta.
1358. Leah Levac, Instructor, University of New Brunswick; Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Manitoba.
1359. Lisa Lefler, Director, Culturally Based Native Health Programs, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC.
1360. Lisa Rey Thomas, Tlingit, Research Scientist, UW.
1361. Sébastien Bluteau, Medical Anthropology Masters Candidate, Anthropology Department, McGill University.
1362. Steve Pavlik, Native American Studies/Native Environmental Science, Northwest Indian College, Bellingham, WA.
1363. Iva GreyWolf, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Alaska Fairbanks and Sitka.
1364. Renee Roman Nose, M.A.I.S., Site Coordinator and English/Art/Sociology Faculty for Northwest Indian College, Tulalip, Washington extension site.
1365. Catriona Rueda Esquibel, Associate Professor, Race and Resistance Studies. College of Ethnic Studies. San Francisco State University.
1366. Malea Powell, Associate Professor of Writing, Rhetoric & American Cultures, Michigan State University.
1367. Déborah B. Santana, Professor, Ethnic Studies Dept, Mills College, Oakland, CA.
1368. Laura E. Lyons, Professor of English, University of Hawai’i.
1369. Luz Calvo, Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, Cal State East Bay, Hayward, CA.
1370. Bernard Quetchenbach, Associate Professor of English, Montana State University Billings.
1371. Naomi Alisa Calnitsky, Ph.D Student, Carleton University, ON.
1372. Bonita L. Bent Nelson, Adj. Professor of Fine Arts & English, Indiana University South Bend.
1373. Michelle Johnson-Jennings, Asst Professor, Research for Indigenous Community Health Director, College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota
Lizzie Cornish, Masters Degree from The University of Life.
1374. Jin-Sun Yoon, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria, Coast Salish Territory, Turtle Island (aka Canada).
1375. Anne Brydon, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University.
1376. Kimberli Lee, Assistant Professor, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
1377. Thomas Conroy, Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Lehman College – City University of New York.
1378. Whitney Larratt-Smith, Ph.D Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Davis.
1379. Barbara Gurr Visiting Assistant Professor, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, University of Connecticut, U.S.
1380. Susan Woolhouse, Adjunct Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.
1381. Sharon Leslie Acoose, Assistant Professor. Indian Social Work, Saskatoon, SK, Canada.
1382. Erin McFarlane, MSW Student, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta.
1383. Bobbi Rahder, PhD student, American Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
1384. Brett Greider, Ph.D., Kresge Core Faculty, University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), High Street, Santa Cruz, CA.
1385. Nancy Duxbury, PhD, Senior Researcher, Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal, and Adjunct Professor, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.
1386. Christoph Hanssmann, Doctoral student, Sociology, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco, CA.
1387. Shira Avni, Assistant Professor, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
1388. Shannon Toll, Doctoral Student, Native American Literature, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.
1389. John W. Warnock, retired from teaching Sociology and Political Economy at the University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan.
1390. Martha Viehmann, PhD., Lecturer in English, Sinclair Community College, Mason, OH. USA.
1391. O’seland William A. O’seland, Lecturer, English Composition and Literature, Northeastern State University at Tahlequah, OK.
1392. Jacki Rand, Associate Professor of History, University of Iowa, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
1393. Sarah Deer, Associate Professor, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN (citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma).
1394. Sherri Swidrovich, Instructor, Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
Lynn McLauchlin, MD, CFPC, FCFP, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.
1395. Maureen Jones, B. Ed., University of of Alberta.
1396. Danette Starblanket, Instructor, Indigenous Studies, First Nations University of Canada.
1397. Maxine Etter Maxine Etter, Ph.D Candidate, Ed. Mgt. & Leadership, New Mexico State University.
1398. Cristina Stanciu, Ph.D., Assistant Prof. of English, VCU, USA.
1399. Derrick M. Nault, Instructor, University of Calgary.
1400. Sima Shakhsari Sima Shakhsari, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies Department, Wellesley College.
1401. Gabriel Levine, PhD candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University.
1402. Stephanie Fitzgerald, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Kansas.
1403. Jeff Berglund, Professor of English, Department of English, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
1404. Annie Liss, Instructor, History and Philosophy Department, South Texas College.
1405. Alexandria Wright, Ph.D candidate, Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley.
1406. Ali Khalidah Ali, Doctoral Student, Department of Religion, University of Toronto.
1407. Prof. Marcelo Saavedra-Vargas, Program of Aboriginal Studies and Department of History, University of Ottawa.
1408. Brett Greider, Ph.D., Kresge Core Faculty, University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), High Street, Santa Cruz, CA.
1409. Michael Dudley, Indigenous and Urban Services Librarian, University of Winnipeg.
1410. Dylan A.T. Miner (Métis), Assistant Professor, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University.
‎1411. Jessica Jacobson-Konefall, Queen’s University, Cultural Studies, Doctoral Candidate.
1412. Paulette Dilks/Egeli MA., Counselling Psychology.
1413. Fortunato Trione, University of Guelph, Modern Languages.
1414. Pamela Speight, Professor, Chair, Visual Art, Vancouver Island University
1415. Lisa King, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
1416. Troy Pine, Garden River First Nation, BSc Fisheries Management, Lake Superior State University.
1417. Wenger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of American Religious History, Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT.
1418. Marie A. Chaney- BA Psychology- Program Director Gryphon Society Sober Living Homes.
1419. Devon Woods, Adjunct Professor, Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, Carleton University.
1420. Marcelo Saavedra-Vargas, Department of History & Program of Aboriginal Studies, University of Ottawa on unsurrendered and unceded Algonquin territory, Turtle Island.
1421. Nancy Forestell, Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, and History, St.Francis Xavier University.
‎1422. David Morgan, Assistant Professor, Chemistry, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
1423. Stephanie DeGooyer, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Willamette University.
1424. Margaret Smith-Zoeller,Associate Director of Clinical Training/Assistant Professor, Argosy University Chicago.
1425. Erika Wurth, Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Western Illinois University.
1426. Colleen Bell, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Studies, Trent University.
1427. Erin Mandzak, Teaching Fellow, Department of History, Queen’s University.
1428. Nadine Attewell, Assistant Professor, English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
1429. Patricia D McGuire professor, Negahneewin, Confederation College, Thunder Bay, ON.
1430. Kathleen Frederickson, Assistant Professor, Department of English, UC Davis.
1431. Rev. F. Mark Mealing, Ph.D., Selkirk College/Castlegar, B.C./Anthropology (retired).
1432. Colm Coogan, MA Phil, Trinity College Dublin.
1433. Ian Whetter, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Manitoba.
1434. Joanna Hearne, Associate Professor of English and Film Studies, University of Missouri.
1435. Catherine Burnette, PhD Candidate, Social Work, University of Iowa.
1436. Timothy R Dougherty, Doctoral Student, Composition and Cultural Rhetoric, Syracuse University.
1437. Sherry Hergott, Women’s Studies Coordinator/Faculty-Humanities, Vanier College, Montreal.
1438. Joanne DiNova, Couchiching First Nation, Treaty 3, Associate Professor, Professional Communication, Ryerson University.
1439. Lila Pine, Mi’kmaq, Associate Professor, RTA School of Media, Ryerson University.
1440. Kelly Black, PhD Student, School of Canadian Studies, Carleton University.
1441. Susan Gerofsky, Assistant Professor, Curriculum & Pedagogy, University of British Columbia.
1442. Andrea Quinlan, PhD Candidate, York University.
1443. Cheryl Donison, Faculty, Communications Department, Vanier College, Montreal.
1444. Walker Robert A. Walker, Ph.D., Professor, Anatomy, New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, New York.
1445. Erin Freeland Ballantyne, Phd Candidate, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, Sessional Instructor Dechinta Bush University, Denendeh.
1446. Erin Jessee, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow / Adjunct Professor, Liu Institute for Global Issues, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
1447. Juliane Okot Bitek, Ph.D Student, Liu Scholar, Interdisciplinary Student Graduate Program, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
1448. Fatima Jaffer Ph.D Student, Liu Scholar at Liu Institute for Global Issues, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
1449. Beth W. Stewart, Ph.D. Candidate, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, Liu Scholar, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia.
1450. Joanne Taylor, Masters Student, University of British Columbia.
1451. Sara Amin, PhD (McGill University), Assistant Professor, Sociology, Asian University for Women
1452. Shirley Ceravolo, Design Student at OCAD University, Toronto, Ontario.
1453. Elisabeth Rose Middleton, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Native American Studies, University of California, Davis.
1454. Hassan Arif, PhD candidate – Sociology, University of New Brunswick – Fredericton.
1455. Katla Isaksdottir, masters studies in Social Anthropology, University of Iceland.
1456. Maggie McDonnell, Cegep teacher, English Department, Vanier College, Montreal.
1457. Johanna Rothe, PhD Candidate, History of Consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz.
1458. Péter T. Balogh, PhD Candidate, School of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa.
1458. Martha Stiegman, School of Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax.
1459. Mark Finkelstein, PhD Candidate, Département des Études françaises, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
1460. Heather Robb, Instructor, English Department, Vanier College, Montreal, QC.
1462. Pamela Rose Toulouse, Associate Professor, School of Education, Laurentian University.
1463. Andrea Strudensky, English Department,Vanier College, Montreal, QC.
1464. Hawley Smith CYW, BCYC, MEd (Candidate) University of Calgary. Instructor for the Child and Youth Care Worker diploma program, Success College.
1465. Nancy Rebelo, Professor of History, Dawson College, Montreal.
1466. Norman Nawrocki, faculty, School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University, Montreal.
1467. Anna-Louise Crago, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, University of Toronto, Toronto.
1468. Ronald Kephart, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL USA.
1469. Serenity Joo Assistant Professor, English Film & Theatre, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.
1470. Cynthia Franklin, Professor, Dept. of English, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.
1471. Hugo De Burgos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology, CCGS, UBCO.
1472. Janik Bastien Charlebois, Ph.D., professeure, département de sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal.
1473. Elaine D. Alexie, MA Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Victoria, VIctoria, British Columbia.
1474. Candis Steenbergen, Contract Faculty, Women’s Studies/Education/SEL, Concordia University. Faculty, HPR, John Abbott College. Montréal, QC.
1475. Michelle Aguayo, Phd Candidate, Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
1476. Aran Osborne, PhD Student, College of Built Environments, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.
1477. Rudy Reimer/Yumks- Assistant Professor First Nations Studies and Archaeology Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC, Canada.
1478. Carla Barrett, Asst. Prof., Sociology, John Jay College.
1479. Andrea Hunter, Consultant Pediatrician, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Assistant Clinical Professor, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1480. Lisa Sonnenburg, Postdoctoral Fellow, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
1482. Colleen Eren, Adjunct Professor, Sociology, Hunter College.
1483. Dean Bavington, Associate Professor, Geography, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
1484. Sarah Gutsche-Miller, Postdoctoral fellow, Musicology, Columbia University, NY.
1485. Tim Hegedus, Ph.D. Associate Professor of New Testament, Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario.
1486. Makayo Justin Nyang’or Student, McMaster University.
1487. Max Ajl, Ph.D Candidate in Development Sociology, Cornell University.
1488. Meredith Evans, Associate Professor, Concordia University.
1489. Kim Snow, Associate Professor, School of Child and Youth Care, Ryerson University.
1490. Kisha Supernant, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
1491. Mary-Ellen Kelm, Professor, History and Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, Simon Fraser University.
1492. Stanley A. Copp, Lecturer, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Langara College, Vancouver.
1493. Gwyneth Lonergan, PhD Candidate, Sociology, University of Manchester, UK
1494. Lisa Uddin, Asistant Professor, Department of Art History and Visual Culture Studies, Whitman College, Walla Walla,WA.
1495. Kath Weston, Professor of Anthropology and Women, Gender, and Sexuality, University of Virginia.
1496. Bonnie J Fournier, Retired Registered Psychiatric Nurse, Vancouver DTES, 1979 to 2003, Missing and Murdered Women.
1497. Andreana Clay, Associate Professor of Sociology, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
1498. Brenda L. Gunn, Assistant Professor, Robson Hall Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.
1499. Linda Steer, Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts and Program in Liberal Arts, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.
1500. Sonnet L’Abbé, Lecturer, Creative Studies, University of British Columbia – Okanagan.
1501. Julianne Pidduck Dr Julianne Pidduck, Associate Professor Communication, Université de Montréal.
1502. Marco Louis Polo, Associate Professor, Department of Architectural Science, Ryerson University.
1503. Patricia Doyle Bedwell BA, JD, LLM, director transition year program and International Development Studies, Dalhousie University.
1504. Jan E. Green, Adult Alternative Learning Education Specialist, a-m’aa-sip and kutiic programs, Nuu-chah-nulth Employment and Training Program, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, Port Alberni, B. C. Canada.
1505. Randolph Jordan, FRQSC Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Communication , Simon Fraser University,Vancouver, BC, Canada.
1506. Lauren Markewicz, Public History Master’s Student and Teaching Assistant, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario.
1507. Alana Vincent, Lecturer in Jewish Studies, University of Chester, Chester, UK.
1508. Sarah Kanouse, Assistant Professor of Art, University of Iowa, US.
1509. Beverley Jacobs (Mohawk), PhD Candidate, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program, University of Calgary, Alberta.
1510. John McAllister, Senior Lecturer, Department of English, University of Botswana.
1511. LeAnne Howe, Professor American Indian Studies, University of Illinois.
1512. Stacey DeWolfe, Instructor, English Department, Vanier College, Montreal, QC.
1513. Michel O’Neill. Professeur associé en santé communautaire et promotion de la santé, Faculté des Sciences infirmières, Université Laval, Québec, QC.
1514. Chantelle Falconer, PhD Candidate, University of Toronto.
1515. Grant Arndt, Assistant Professor, Anthropology and American Indian Studies, Iowa State University.
1516. Kerrianne Ryan Kerrianne Ryan, PhD Candidate, Biology Department, Dalhousie University.
1517. Anne Simpson, Adjunct Faculty, English, St. Francis Xavier University.
1518. Keavy Martin, Assistant Professor, Dept of English & Film Studies, University of Alberta.
1519. Bonita V. Dolmage, former sessional lecturer, University of Regina, Department of English, Campion College, Department of English, Credit Studies Division, English.
1520. Lisa Stevenson, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, McGill University.
1521. Teresa Healy Visiting Professor, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University.
1522. Craig Campbell, Assistant Professor, Adult Education Department, Buffalo State College, SUNY.
1523. Tony Martin MBA-CED candidate, Cape Breton University, Sessional Professor (part time), Community Economic and Social Development, Algoma University.
1524. Erica Fagen, PhD Student, Department of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
1525. Fiona Ryan, DMA Candidate, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.
1526. K. Tsianina Lomawaima, Professor, American Indian Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
1527. Qwo-Li Driskill, Assistant Professor; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies Oregon State University.
1528. Tom Hooper, in support of Chief Theresa Spence. PhD Candidate, History Department, York University.
1529. Karl Jacoby, Professor of History and Ethnic studies; Columbia University, NYC.
1530. Samir Chopra, Professor of Philosophy, Brooklyn College, CUNY, New York City.
1531. Andrea Glover, Librarian; University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta.
1532. Suzanne Brais, professeure, écologie forestière, UQAT.
1533. LeAnne Howe, Professor, American Indian Studies, University of Illinois.
1534. Patti Doyle-Bedwell, Mi’kmaq, lawyer, professor at Dalhousie.
1535. Lynn Gehl, PhD, Independent.
1536. Darren Dias, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto.
1537. Thomas Wharton, Associate Professor, English & Film Studies, the University of Alberta.
1538. Victoria English, Phd, Independent
1539. Alex Megelas, Coordinator, Personal and Cultural Enrichment Program, McGill University
1540. Bobby Douglas, Doctoral student, McGill University.
1541. Stephanie Hamill, RPN, BScN student, Conestoga College & McMaster University.
1542. Carmen J. Nielson, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities, Mount Royal University
1543. Althea Thauberger, Lecturer, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC
1544. Melanie Carrington,
PhD Candidate
School of Social Work, York University
1545. V. Susan Dahinten, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia
1546. Ted Venema, Professor, Hearing Instrument Specialist program, School of Health & Life Sciences, Conestoga College, Kitchener Ontario
1547. Shirley Thompson, Associate Professor, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba,Winnipeg, Manitoba
Bob Russell, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser University
1548. Gillian McCann, Assistant Professor, Religions and Cultures, Nipissing University
1549. Ingrid Mattson, London and Windsor Community Chair in Islamic Studies, Department of Theology, Huron University College at the University of Western Ontario
1550. George B. Spiegelman, Professor Emeritus, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC.
1551. Ellen Judd, Distinguished Professor, Department of Anthropology and Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, University of Manitoba.
1552. Nancy MacDonald, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work,, Dalhousie University
1553. Gretchen King, PhD Candidate, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1554. Tara Sadoway, MSc Student, Department of Biology, McMaster University.
1555. Phil Bellfy, Professor Emeritus of American Indian Studies, Michigan State University.
1556. Bonny Norton, Professor, Department of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia.
1557. Carol Schwartz, Research Associate, Department of Cell and Systems Biology, University of Toronto.
1558. Peter MacMillan, Associate Professor & Chair, School of Education, UNBC.
1559. Moon-Ho Jung, Department of History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
1560. Tami Albin, Associate Librarian, University of Kansas.
1561. Robert Korol, Professor emeritus, Dept. of Civil Engineering, McMaster University.
1562. Alison Reiko Loader, PhD candidate, Communication Studies, Part-time faculty, Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
1563. Dr. Merlinda Weinberg, Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University School of Social Work, Halifax, N.S.
1564. Catherine Murton Stoehr, Seminar Instructor Department of History, Nipissing University.
1565. Laura J. Murray, Associate Professor , Departments of English and Cultural Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston.
1566. Janelle de Rocquigny, Instructor and Research Coordinator, Université de Saint-Boniface; MSc candidate, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba.
1567. Sarah Deer, Assistant Professor, William Mitchell College of Law, Saint Paul, MN.
1568. Michael Kim Zapf, Professor Emeritus of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1569. Dr. Carolyn Campbell, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
1570. Ashley Thomson, J.N Desmarais Library, Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON.
1571. Omer Moussaly, Lecturer, Department of Political Science, (UQAM) Université du Québec à Montreal.
1572. Kevin D. Nixon, PhD Candidate, Instructor, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
1573. FS Crofton, PhD, Instructor, CTLT, Faculty of Applied Science, University of BC.
1574. Robin R. R. Gray, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA.
1575. Fay G.Cohen, Professor (Ret.) Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
1576. Laurie Kocher, Child, Family, and Community Studies, Douglas College, BC.
1577. Tim Hegedus, Associate Professor of New Testament, Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario.
1578. Anna Willats, Faculty, AWCCA Program, George Brown College.
1579. Diana Ralph, MSW, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Carleton University, Retired.
1580. Peter G. Prontzos, Department of Political Science, Langara College, Vancouver, B.C.
1581. David M. Tanovich, Professor, Academic Director, LEAP (Law Enforcement Accountability Project), Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.
1582. Lisa Moore, PhD, Boston University School of Social Work, Clinical Assistant Professor.
1583. Dr. Jim Harding, retired Full Professor and past Director, School of Human Justice Studies, University of Regina.
1584. Ailsa M. Watkinson, Professor, Faculty of Social Work, Saskatoon Campus, University of Regina.
1585. John Troutman, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
1586. Alpna Munshi, Psychiatrist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, lecturer at the University of Toronto.
1587. John M. McKinn, Maricopa, Gila River Indian Community, Associate Director, American Indian Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.
1588. Shami Ghosh, Postdoctoral fellow, Magdalen College, Faculty of History, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford.
1589. Chris Wetzel, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminology, Stonehill College.
1590. Michelle Jacob (Yakama), Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, University of San Diego, CA.
1591. Kirisitina Sailiata, PhD Candidate, American Culture, University of Michigan.
1592. Selena Couture, PhD student, Theatre Studies, UBC.
1593. Graeme MacQueen, Associate Professor (retired), McMaster University.
1594. Jennifer Kramer, Associate Professor in Anthropology and Curator, Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia.
1595. Jim Morrison, Adjunct, Resource & Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University.
1596. Timothy Pyrch, Professor Emeritus of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1597. Carolyn M. Kurle, Assistant Professor, Division of Biological Sciences; Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution Section, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA.
1598. Courtney Lewis, Andrew Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of American Studies, Wesleyan University.
1599. Jennifer A. Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Anthropology, School of Critical Social Inquiry (formerly Social Science), Hampshire College, Amherst, MA.
1600. Estrella Torrez, Assistant Professor, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University.
1601. Patricia Hawes MSW, Wolfville, Nova Scotia
1602. Jeff Kugler, Executive Director, Centre for Urban Schooling, OISE, University of Toronto.
1603. Ann Gallie, Associate Professor, Dept of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University.
1604. Jean Dennison, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
1605. Nadia Jones-Gailani, Adjunct Lecturer, Department of History, University of Toronto.
1606. Sandra Umpleby, Sessional Instructor, Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Victoria.
1607. Zachary Simpson, Assistant Professor Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
1608. Sophie Edwards, Sessional Professor, Algoma University.
1609. Angela Cameron, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law – Common Law Section, University of Ottawa.
1610. Thomas Gerry, Department of English, Laurentian University.
1611. David Fancy, Associate Professor and Past Chair, Department of Dramatic Arts / Marilyn I Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Brock University.
1612. Larry Patriquin, Associate Professor, Social Welfare & Social Development, Nipissing University.
1613. Tonya Henry, Part-time Faculty, Assaulted Women and Children’s Counselor/Advocate Program at George Brown College in Toronto.
1614. Guy Chamberland, Associate Professor, Department of Classical Studies, Laurentian University.
1615. Astrida Neimanis, Visiting Scholar, Department of Gender Studies, Linkoping University (Sweden).
1616. Tracey Prentice, PhD Candidate, Population Health Program, University of Ottawa.
1617. Colleen Cameron, Senior Program Officer, Coady International Institute, Clinical Associate, School of Nursing, St. Francis Xavier University.
1618. Douglas Buck, Associate Professor, Retired, Theater Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, York University.
1619. Robert (Robin) Krause, Professor (Retired), Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba.
1620. Nalo Hopkinson, Professor, Creative Writing, University of California Riverside.
1621. Ron Bourgeault, Instructor, Sociology, University of Regina.
1622. Francesca D’Amico, PhD Candidate in History, York University.
1623. Louis Lefeber, Professor of Economics (emeritus), York University.
1624. Josée Turcotte, Professeure adjointe/Assistante professor, Département de psychologie/ Department of psychology, Université Laurentienne/ Laurentian University.
1625 Michael Keefer, Professor Emeritus, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph.
1626. Paula Butler, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Gender and Women’s Studies, Trent University.
1627. Jordan Bishop, Professor of Humanities (retired, 1990), University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Cape Breton Island.
1628. Peter Blair, Clinical Professor Surgery, University of British Columbia.
1629. David Lloyd, Department of English, UC Davis.
1630. Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Professor, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Dean’s Professor of the Humanities, Syracuse University.
1631. Debbie Keahey, Adjunct Professor, Department of English, University of Northern British Columbia.
1632. Andrew Stevens, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina.
1633. Scott Uzelman, Sessional Instructor, Department of Sociology, Trent University.
1634. John Matthew Barlow, Department of History, John Abbott College (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC); Department of History, Salem State University (Salem, MA).
1635. Mel Watkins, Emeritus Professor, Economics and Political Science, University of Toronto; Adjunct Research Professor, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University.
1636. Zoė Newman, Sessional Assistant Professor, York University.
1637. Jesse Greener, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Université Laval.
1638. Eric Winter, Professor Emeritus, York University.
1639. Máire Noonan, Faculty lecturer, Department of Linguistics, McGill University.
1640. Martin Weinstein, Adjunct Professor, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University.
1641. Marie Thérèse Blanc, Professor, Dawson College.
1642. Gary Geddes, Writer-in-residence, McMaster University.
1643. Cheryl Lousley, Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies, English, Lakehead University.
1644. Rosemary-Claire Collard, PhD Candidate and Sessional Instructor, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
1645. Rose M. Kim, Assistant Professor of Social Sciences, City University of New York.
1646. Tanisha Sri Bhaggiyadatta, Professor, Assaulted Women and Children’s Counsellor Advocate Program, Liberal School of the Arts and Sciences, George Brown College.
1647. Peter Graham, Part time Lecturer, School of Community and Public Affairs, Concordia University.
1648. Naomi M. McPherson, Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology, Community, Culture & Global Studies, University of British Columbia Okanagan.
1649. Heather K. Teague, Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin.
1650. Peter James Hudson, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN).
1651. Hugo De Burgos, Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Okanagan.
1652. William R Thurston, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of British Columbia Okanagan.
1653. Cynthia Franklin, Professor, Dept of English, University of Hawaii.
1654. Herbert Jenkins, Retired, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour McMaster University.
1655. Heather Castleden, Assistant Professor, School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University.
1656. Joel Belliveau, Professeur adjoint, Histoire, Université Laurentienne.
1657. Mary Eberts, Ariel F. Sallows Chair in Human Rights, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
1658. Alvin A. Lee, Professor of English Emeritus and President and Vice-Chancellor Emeritus, McMaster University.
1659. Victoria Wyatt, Associate Professor, Department of History in Art, University of Victoria.
1660. Joanne Taylor, Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies, Anthropology and Indigenous Studies, University of British Columbia Okanagan.
1661. Jacky Vallée, PhD candidate, Anthropology, Université de Montréal; Instructor, Anthropology, Vanier College.
1662. Phyllis Creighton, Adjunct faculty, Faculty of Divinity, Trinity College, University of Toronto.
1663. Sandra Eber, Part time faculty, Cinema department, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.
1664. K.V. Nagarajan, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Laurentian University.
1665. Louis Lefeber, Professor of Economics (emeritus), York University.
1666. Graeme MacQueen, Associate Professor (retired), McMaster University.
1667. Catherine Ann Cameron, Honorary Professor, Psychology Department, University of British Columbia.
1668. Dominique Arbez, Professeure, Université de Saint-Boniface.
1669. Pilar Riaño-Alcalá, Associate Professor, and School of Social Work, University of British Columbia.
1670. Elizabeth Wenghofer, Associate Professor & Director, School of Rural & Northern Health, Laurentian University.
1671. Janice E. Graham, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University.
1672. John Coates, Retired Professor, St. Thomas University.
1673. Craig Proulx, Associate Professor, Anthropology, St.Thomas University.
1674. David Szablowski, Associate Professor of Law and Society; Coordinator, Law and Society Program, York University.
1675. John Collins, Professor and Chair of Global Studies, St. Lawrence University.
1676. Frances Leeming, Associate Professor Continuing Adjunct, Queen’s University.
1677. Barbara Carpio, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, McMaster University.
1678. Janet E. Mullin, Lecturer, Department of History, St. Thomas University.
1679. James Whitehead, Associate Professor, Director of Teaching and Learning, St. Thomas University.
1680. Corinne Hersey, Dept. of Sociology, St. Thomas University.
1681. R.S. Ratner, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia.
1682. Savannah Garmon, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Tokyo.
1683. Kimberly Palmer, PhD student, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
1684. Laura J. Kwak, PhD candidate, Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
1685. Leanne Siracusa, Faculty – School of Nursing, McMaster University.
1686. Jodi Pipes, RN and part-time Clinical Instructor, Faculty member of the School of Nursing, McMaster University.
1687. Debbie Martin, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University.
1688. Fikile Nxumalo, Phd student, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria.
1689. Andrea Ridgley, Professor/Field Work Coordinator, Assaulted Women’s and Children’s Counsellor/Advocate Program, George Brown College.
1690. Martha Wiebe, Instructor, School of Social Work, Carleton University.
1691. Sergio R. Arcaro, Instructor, English, Centennial College, Toronto.
1692. A.M. Rashmini Ernest, Education Advisor, Student Services, Dawson College.
1693. John Peters, Dept. of Political Science, Laurentian University.
1694. Michael Truscello, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mount Royal University.
1695. Naomi Lightman, PhD Candidate, OISE, University of Toronto.
1696. Janet McGeachy, Lecturer, School of Social Work, St. Thomas University.
1697. Wayne Warry, Professor and Director, Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research, Laurentian University.
1698. Gillian Schell, Sessional Instructor, Department of English, Laurentian University.
1697. Dawn Peterson, Hench Post-Dissertation Fellow, American Antiquarian Society.
1698. Sam McKegney, Associate Professor of Indigenous Literatures, Department of English, Queen’s University.
1699. Laurence Steven, PhD, Professor, English Department, Laurentian University.
1700. Matthew Scribner, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English Language and Literature, Queen’s University.
1701. Shannon Mullen, PhD Student, Sociology, University of Ottawa.
1702. Anna J. Willow, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Ohio State University.
1703. Robert C.H. Sweeny, Professor of History, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1704. Patrice Milewski, Associate Professor, School of Education, Laurentian University.
1705. Shin Imai, Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School.
1706. Saba Abbas, PhD Candidate, Gender, Feminist & Women’s Studies, York University.
1707. Andy Weaver, Associate Professor, Department of English, York University.
1708. Bernard Roy, Faculté des sciences infirmières, Université Laval.
1709. Leona English, Professor, Faculty of Education, St. Francis Xavier University.
1710. Dona Bowers, MD CCFP, FCF, Assist Prof, Dept of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa.
1711. Raye Keyser, MA Candidate, Department of Modern Languages, University of St Andrews (UK).
1712. Jane Anderson, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
1713. Karlos Pérez de Armiño, Professor in International Relations, University of the Basque Country.
1714. Y-Dang Troeung, Assistant Professor, City University of Hong Kong.
1715. Ana Vivaldi, PhD Candidate – Anthropology, Liu Scholar – Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia
1716. Evelyn Pinkerton, Associate Professor, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University.
1717. Liz Carlson, PhD candidate, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
1718. May Fu, Assistant Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of San Diego.
1719. Deborah Dergousoff, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Simon Fraser University.
1720. Maureen Wilson, Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1721. Heather Hodgson, Lecturer, First Nations University of Canada.
1722. David Langille, Lecturer, University College, University of Toronto.
1723. Mary Valentich, Professor Emerita, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.
1724. Fatima Uddin, Physician, Department of Family Medicine, University of Toronto.
1725. Jane Birkbeck, Associate Professor, School of Social Work and Human Service, Thompson Rivers University.
1726. Adrienne Chambon, Professor, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.
1727. Lerona Dana Lewis, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education, McGill University.
1728. Graham Riches, Professor Emeritus, School of Social Work, University of British Columbia.
1729. Sandrine Hallion, Professeure agrégée, Département d’études françaises, de langues et littératures, Université de Saint-Boniface.
1730. Richard Kroeker, Professor of Architecture, Dalhousie University.
1731. Andrea L.K. Johnston, University of Toronto, Sociology, Alumni CEO, Johnston Research Inc.
1732. J.I. Vorst, Retired Associate Professor and Senior Scholar, Department of Economics, University College, University of Manitoba.
1733. Antonia Mills, Professor and Acting Chair of First Nations Studies, UNBC.
1734. Behrang Foroughi, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, St. Francis Xavier University.
1735. Ross Hoffman, Associate Professor, First Nations Studies, University of Northern British Columbia.
1736. Carole Roy, Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Adult Education, St. Francis Xavier University.
1737. Andrew Biro, Associate Professor and Dept. Head, Department of Politics, Acadia University.
1738. Florence Flynn, Sessional Lecturer, Thompson Rivers University.
1739. Dawn Hemingway, Associate Professor and Chair, University of Northern British Columbia School of Social Work.
1740. Ernie Lightman, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of social work, University of Toronto.
1741. Lanyan Chen, Associate Professor, Social Welfare and Social Development, Nipissing University.
1742. Bryan Hogeveen, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Alberta.
1743. Joanne Minaker, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, MacEwan University.
1744. Elaine Spencer, Instructor, Social Work Dept., Red Deer College.
1745. Nancy Nicol, Associate Professor, Visual Arts Department, York University.
1746. Marie-Laurence Poirel, Professeure adjointe, École de service social, Université de Montréal.
1747. Larry Haiven, Professor, Dept of Management, Saint Mary’s University.
1748. Maria Fernanda Arentsen, Professeure, Faculté des arts, Université de Saint-Boniface.
1749. Linda Snyder, Associate Professor (Retired), Renison University College – University of Waterloo.
1750. Dominique Damant, Professeure et Directrice, École de service social, Université de Montréal.
1751. Deana Halonen, Distance Delivery Social Work Program Coordinator, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
1752. Colleen Lundy, Professor, Carleton University.
1753. Brenda Bacon, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
1754. Marie Lacroix, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Université de Montréal.
1755. Ty P. Kāwika Tengan, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and Anthropology, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.
1756. Annie Pullen Sansfacon, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Université de Montréal.
1757. Susan Paddon, MA, Concordia University.
1758. David Alper, Professor, School of Social Work, Université de Saint-Boniface.
1759. Jennifer Fowlow, PhD Student in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University.
1760. Anthony Kinik, Assistant Professor, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University.
1761. Margot Parkes, Assistant Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia.
1762. Jesse McLaren, Lecturer, Dept of Community and Family Medicine, University of Toronto.
1763. Randy Johner, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina.
1764. Cory Legassic, Full time Instructor, Sociology-Humanities, Dawson College.
1765. Ritika Goel, MD, MPH, CCFP, Family Physician, Inner City Health Associates, St. Michael’s Hospital.
1766. Elizabeth Lange, Associate Professor, Department of Adult Education, St. Francis Xavier University.
1767. Jonathan Sterne, Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University.
1768. Martha Andrews, Health Promoter, Health Promotion Division – Healthy Communities, Workplaces and Health Equity Sudbury & District Health Unit.
1769. Alicia Batten, Chair and Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Sudbury/Université de Sudbury.
1770. Ryan Alexander Diduck, PhD candidate, Communication Studies, McGill University.
1771. Elizabeth McGibbon, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, St. Francis Xavier University.
1772. Alissa Trotz, Caribbean Studies at New College, and Women and Gender Studies, University of Toronto.
1773. Jonathan Langdon, Assistant Professor, Development Studies Program and Adult Education Department, St. Francis Xavier University.
1774. Colleen Bell, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Studies, Trent University.
1775. Maria Kalogeropoulou, graduate student, History Department, Simon Fraser University.
1776. Noenoe Silva, Professor of Indigenous Politics and Hawaiian language at University of Hawai’i at Manoa.
1777. Susan E. Babbitt, Associate Professor, Philosophy, Queen’s University.
1778. Dirk Rodenburg, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
1779. Roger Keil, York University.
1780. Amelia Jones, Professor and Grierson Chair in Visual Culture; Graduate Program Director, Department of Art History & Communication Studies, McGill University.
1781. Joan Moss, Associate Professor, Institute of Child Study and Dept of Human Development and Applied Psychology, OISE-University of Toronto.
1782. Zoltan Grossman
Professor of Geography / Native Studies,
The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA.
1783. Darryl Edwards, PhD Student and Part time Lecturer, Laurentian University.
1784. Budd L Hall, Co-Chair, UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria.
1785. Mari-Lou Rowley, PhD Candidate, University of Saskatchewan.
1786. Christina V. Cedillo, Assistant Professor, Rhetoric and Gender Studies, Northeastern State University in Oklahoma.
1787. Melanie Zurba, PhD Candidate, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba.
1788. Jeff Mohr, Associate Professor of Social Work, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE, USA.
1789. Andrea Riley Mukavetz, Assistant Professor in Rhetoric and Writing, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, USA.
1790. Andrew Runka, PhD candidate and contract instructor, Carlton University, Ottawa, Ontario.
1791. Shirley Crop Eared Wolf, B.G.S., B.Ed., M.Ed Candidate, University of Calgary.
1792. Babak Bakhtiarynia, PhD candidate, Department of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame.
1793. Devon Greyson, Faculty, Women’s Studies, Capilano University; PhD Candidate, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of British Columbia.
1794. Lawrence D. Berg, Professor of Human Geography, Community, Culture & Global Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada.
1795. Franki Harrogate, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology, Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta.
1796. Mani Rashtipour, MA student, Philosophy of Art, Art University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
1797. Fer Ñuncha Fernanda Soler, PhD student, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University, Montreal, QC.
1798. Emily McInnes-Greenberg, MT Student, Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning, OISE, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.
1799. Yasmeen Narayan, Lecturer in Sociology and Cultural Studies, Department of Psychosocial Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London.
1800. Bernadette Ridley Graduate Student for Social Work at University of Northern British Columbia.
1801. Madhur Anand, Professor, University of Guelph.
1802. Juanita Sundberg, University of British Columbia.
1803. Michelle Hogan, ABD PhD candidate, Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
1804. Ginette G Graveline, PSci Major University of Waterloo.
1805. Rebecca Anweiler, Assistant Professor, BFA Programme, Queen’s University.
1806. Rosemary C. Reilly, Associate Professor and University Teaching Fellow, Concordia University, Montreal, Member Scholar of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, AB.
1807. Ryoa Chung, Professeure agrégée, Département de philosophie, Université de Montréal.
1808. Maxwell A. Cameron, Professor, Department of Political Science, The University of British Columbia.
1809. Pablo Policzer, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, The University of Calgary.
1810. Jeannie Martin, PhD, Department of English, Vancouver Island University.
1811. Bob Lane R. D. Lane, Philosophy, VIU.
1812. Cynthea Masson, Department of English, Vancouver Island University.
1813. Julián Idrobo, PhD. Candidate, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba.
1814. Emma Amador, Doctoral Candidate, History, University of Michigan.
1815. Jordan Sloshower, MD candidate, Yale University School of Medicine.
1816. Dawn Thompson, Department of English, Vancouver Island University.
1817. Durgham Saif , SJD student, Georgetown Law School.
1818. Masrour Zoghi, PhD candidate, University of Amsterdam.
1819. Sue Lloyd, Associate Professor, Visual Studies, Department of Art, University of Toronto.
1820. Carole Lynn Stewart, Department of English, Brock University.
1821. Sonja A. Schwake, Visiting Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Franklin & Marshall College.
1822. Emily Hutchison, Assistant Professor, History, Mount Royal University, Calgary.
1823. Melissa Dalgleish, PhD candidate, York University, Toronto.
1824. Jean-Frédéric Messier, Chargé de cours, École supérieure de théâtre, Université du Québec à Montréal.
1825. Henry Hornstein, Assistant Professor, Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie.
1826. Lisa Cooke, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops.
1827. Erin Baines, Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia.
1828. Andrea Doucet, Professor and Canada Research Chair, Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies, Brock University.
1829. Meriel DeLong, MA student Linguistics, Intensive English Program Lecturer, West Virginia University.
1830. Amanda Chisholm, PhD Student in Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol UK.
1831. Zoë Prebble, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia.
1832. Nishant Upadhyay, PhD Candidate, York University.
1833. Tiina Silvasti, Lecturer, University of Jyväskylä.
1834. Jennie Fleming, Reader in Participation and Social Action, De Montfort University, Leicester UK.
1835. Vappu Kannas, PhD Candidate, University of Helsinki, Finland.
1836. Noaman G. Ali, PhD student, Political Science, University of Toronto.
1837. Jessica Foran, PhD Candidate, Political Science, McMaster University.
1838. Sara Abraham.
1839. Brad Votour, Lecturer, Anthropology/University Studies, St. Thomas University.
1840. Peter Steven, Professor of Film Studies, Sheridan College, Oakville, ON.
1841. Jennifer Gilbert, Centre for Initiatives in Education, Carleton University, Ottawa.
1842. Julie Gorlewski, Assistant Professor, Secondary Education, State University of New York at New Paltz.
1843. Melissa Levin, CI/PhD candidate, Political Science, University of Toronto.
1844. Jessica Evans, Political Science, York University.
1845. Bonnie Freeman, Aboriginal Pre-Doctoral Fellow, School of Social Work, McMaster University, Hamilton.
1846. Cathy Denby, Child and Youth Care Instructor, Ndinawe/ Red River College, Winnipeg.
1847. Barbara Madeloni, Senior Lecturer, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
1848. Patrick Taylor Patrick Taylor, Associate Professor, Humanities, York University.
1849. Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Professor, Human Communication Disorders, Dalhousie University.
1850. Lynne Davis, Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
1851. Larry McNeil, Professor of Photography, Department of Art, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho.
1852. Robert Budde, Department of English, UNBC, Lheidli T’enneh territory / Prince George.
1853. Hayley Goodchild, PhD Candidate, History, McMaster University.
1854. Dina Gilio-Whitaker, Research Associate, Center for World Indigenous Studies.
1855. Katrin Wittig, PhD Candidate, Political Science, Université de Montréal.
1856. Michael Johnson, Professor, Department of English, University of Maine-Farmington.
1857. Nancy Johnston, Senior Lecturer, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Toronto, Scarborough.
1858. Jeremy Stolow, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal.
1859. Andra McCartney, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal.
1860. Gale Coskan-Johnson, Department of Language and Literature, Brock University, St Catharines.
1861. Kamilla Pietrzyk, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto.
1862. Sharon-Rose Charm Bear.
1863. Lauren Muffen.
1864. Jonathan Martineau, Department of Political Science, Concordia University, Montréal.
1865. Peggy Smith, Faculty of Natural Resources Management, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
1866. Julia Hanebrink, Adjunct Faculty, Christian Brothers University, Anthropology, Memphis, Tennessee.
1867. Fodé Sarr, PhD, Professeur de français au MICC.
1868. Carolyn Sale, Associate Professor, English and Film Studies, University of Alberta.
1869. Adrian Stimson, Sessional Instructor, Art & Art History, University of Saskatchewan.
1870. Brandi Lee MacDonald, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, McMaster University.
1871. Megan De Roover, Masters Candidate, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph.
1872. Robert Boschman, Associate Professor, English, Mount Royal University.
1873. Neta Gordon, Associate Professor, English, Brock University.
1874. William Jenkins, Associate Professor, York University.
1875. Erin Manning, Associate Professor, Concordia.
1876. Steven Woods, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Native American Studies, Tulsa Community College.
1877. Virginia Preston, PhD candidate, Stanford University.
1878. Matt Hooley, Visiting Assistant Professor, English, The College of Wooster.
1879. Lisa Forman, Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto.
1880. Jeff Shantz, Department of Criminology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
1881. Dianne Chisholm Professor, English and Film Studies, University of Alberta.
1882. Mary Scott, Media Arts and Digital Technologies, Alberta College of Art and Design.
1883. Danielle Alphonse, Instructor, Early Childhood Education and Care, Vancouver Island University.
1884. Richland Justin B. Richland, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago.
1885. Joanne Valin, Instructor in Academic Writing and English Studies, Nipissing University.
1886. April Vannini PhD Candidate, European Graduate School and Associate Instructor, Royal Roads University, School of Communication and Culture.
1887. Devon G. Peña.
1888. Jane Milton, Associate Professor, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, Halifax.
1889. Dan Hooley, Professor of Classics, University of Missouri.
1890. Freya Vass-Rhee, PhD, UC Riverside.
1891. Paul Bocking, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, York University.
1892. Veronica Strong-Boag, FRSC, Professor, University of British Columbia.
1893. Susan White, Lecturer, Department of Religion and Culture, University of Winnipeg.
1894. Patti Nyman, PhD Student, Social and Political Thought, York University.
1895. Laura Moss, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of British Columbia.
1896. Mackenzie Dean, University of Victoria.
1897. Steph Scardellato, MA Candidate, Department of Geography, York University.
1898. Alison Fisher, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education, York University.
1899. Lisa Szabo-Jones, PhD Candidate, English and Film Studies, University of Alberta.
1900. Cheryle Kelm, Professor, School of Physiotherapy, Dalhousie University.
1901. Melanee Thomas, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary.
1902. Joan Buckley, Dept of Management and Marketing, University College Cork, Ireland.
1903. Stephanie Dotto, PhD Student, Frost Centre for Canadian and Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
1904. Nicole Cardinal, Sessional Instructor, Sociology Department, Laurentian University; Lecturer, Division of Human Sciences, Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
1905. Leah May Walker, Associate Director, University of British Columbia Aboriginal People’s Health, St Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver.
1906. Stephanie Ritch, Aboriginal Counsellor and Student Liaison, Aboriginal Cultural and Support Services, Lakehead University.
1907. Charlotte Jones, Acting Director, Grenfell Art Gallery, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1908. Majorie Angel Brown, PhD Student, Leadership, Higher and Adult Education LHAE, OISE Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto.
1909. Tara Balog, Graduate Assistant/Graduate Student, Lakehead University.
1910. Taina Maki Chahal, Contract Lecturer, Department of English and Department of Anthropology, Lakehead University.
1911. Erin Manning, Associate Professor, Research Chair, Philosophy and Relational Art, Concordia University.
1912. Brian Massumi, Professor, Université de Montreal.
1913. Paul Berger, Acting Chair, Undergraduate Studies in Education, Faculty of Education, Lakehead University.
1914. Karen St. Amand, Instructor, Queen’s University School of English.
1915. Enda Brophy, Assistant Professor, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University.
1916. Sébastien Rioux, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Geography, University of British Columbia.
1917. Sharlee Reimer, PhD Candidate, Dept. of English & Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
1918. Wilfrid Denis, Professor, Sociology Department, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan.
1919. Katy Campbell, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta.
1920. Rita Dhamoon, Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Victoria.
1921. David Newhouse, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
1922. Julie Singleton, PhD Candidate, Graduate Program in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, York University.
1923. P. Kerim Friedman, Associate Professor, College of Indigenous Studies, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan.
1924. David D. Kupp, Urban & International Development, Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.
1925. Zak Black, MA Candidate, Political Theory, University of Toronto.
1926. Sonia Gauthier, Professeure agrégée, École de service social, Université de Montréal.
1927. Brian Scully, Teacher of Aquatic, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences, Vanier College, Montreal.
1928. Honor Brabazon, Doctoral Candidate in Politics, University of Oxford.
1929. Diane Vincent, Professeure titulaire, Département de langues, linguistique et traduction, Université Laval.
1930. Kathleen O’Grady, Research Associate,
Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University; Founding Director, QUOI Media Group.
1931. Leslie Taylor, Reference & Technical Services Librarian, Lederman Law Library, Queen’s University.
1932. Erin Piotrowski, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Toronto.
1933. Sharon Corbiere-Johnston, M.S.W., Access Supervisor, School of Native Human Services, Laurentian University.
1934. Matt Gordner, PhD Student, Dept. of Political Science, University of Toronto.
1935. Jeff Kochan (Treaty 6 Canadian), Research Fellow in Philosophy, University of Konstanz, Germany.
1936. Fenn Stewart, Doctoral Candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University.
1937. Vaclav Pecl, Director, United World of Indigenous Peoples.
1938. Nick Dyer-Witheford, Associate Professor, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, University of Western Ontario.
1939. Vivian M. Jimenez Estrada, OISE – University of Toronto.
1940. Bonnie M. Freeman, MSW/RSW, Ph.D. Candidate, Social Work, Waterloo Lutheran University.
1941. Aboriginal Pre-Doctoral Fellow, School of Social Work, McMaster University.
1942. Sylvia Hale, Dept. of Sociology, St. Thomas University.
1943. Lynne Davis, Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
1944. Joanne Hui, PhD in Humanities, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture, Concordia University
1945. Lisa Quirke, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto
1946. Sarah Davidson, PhD student, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
1947. Sundar Viswanathan,
York University.
1948. Natalie Beausoleil, Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Health, Division of Community Health and Humanities, Faculty of Medicine, Health Sciences Centre, Memorial University.
1949. Jean Louis Deveau, Assistant Professor, Sociology, St. Thomas University.
1950. Mary Anne Coffey, Contract Faculty, Writing and Social Science Departments, York University.
1951. Kenise Murphy Kilbride, Professor Emerita and Adjunct Professor, Maurice Yeates School of Graduate Studies and School of Early Childhood Studies, Ryerson University.
1952. Randall F. White, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia.
1953. Verla Fortier RN, Clinical Lecturer, School of Nursing, McMaster University, Mohawk College, Conestoga College.
1954. Denise Reaume, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
1955. James K. Rowe, Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria.
1956. Jo Wood, Retired Professor, Department of Psychology, Carleton University.
1957. Angela Robinson, Associate Professor, Social/Cultural Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
1958. Catie Burlando, Research Associate, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba.
1959. Jason Tockman, Sessional Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia.
1960. Maryann Farkas, Lecturer, History/Classics, Dawson College/Montreal.
1961. John Price, Associate Professor, History, University of Victoria.
1962. Trudi Lynn Smith, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Humanities, York University.
1963. Victoria Freeman, Instructor, History Department, York University.
1964. Dr. Margaret J. McGregor, Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Family Practice, University of British Columbia.
1965. Sue McKenzie-Mohr, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, St. Thomas University.
1966. Liisa L. North, Professor Emeritus, York University.
1967. Budd L Hall, Co-Chair, UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria.
1968. Catherine Ann Cameron, Honorary Professor, Psychology Department, University of British Columbia.
1969. Dominique Arbez, Professeure, Université de Saint-Boniface.
1970. Pilar Riaño-Alcalá, Associate Professor, School of Social Work University of British Columbia.
1971. Cathleen Hjalmarson, Dept. Assistant, Rhetoric, Writing and Communications, University of Winnipeg.
1972. Sid Frankel, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
1973. Harvy Frankel, Professor & Dean, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba
1974. Don Schweitzer, McDougald Professor of Theology, St. Andrew’s College, Saskatoon.
1975. Anne Durcan, Family Physician, Northern Medical Unit, University of Manitoba.
1976. Jocelyn Thorpe, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Manitoba.
1977. Bonnie L. Chapman, M.Ed Candidate, Department of Education, University of Regina.
1978. Robert Schwartzwald, Professeur titulaire, Université de Montréal.
1979. Emily Bradbury, Health Promotion Coordinator, Health Promotion Unit, Government of Yukon.
1980. Monika Stelz, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, St. Thomas University.
1981. Jeff Nowers, Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto.
1982. Susan Manitowabi, Assistant Professor, School of Native Human Services, Laurentian University.
1983. Karen Dullea, University of the West Indies, Trinidad.
1984. Natalie Zemon Davis, Adjunct Professor of History, University of Toronto.
1985. Jacinthe Michaud, Associate Professor, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, York University.
1986. Martha Radice, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University.
1987. Katrina Srigley, Associate Professor, Nipissing University.
1988. Lea Caragata, Professor, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.
1989. Natalie Coulter, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies, York University.
1990. Rick Telfer, PhD candidate, Department of Sociology, Western University.
1991. Maria Ines Martinez, University of Manitoba.
1992. Miriam Novick, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Toronto.
1993. Mark Jones, Professor, Department of English, Queen’s University.
1994. Jon Gordon, Contract Academic Staff, Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Alberta.
1995. Patricia E. Perkins, Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
1996. Nathan Edelson, Adunct Professor, School of Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia.
1997. Gillian Creese, Professor, Sociology, University of British Columbia.
1998. Pohanna Pyne Feinberg, Art history teacher, Dawson College.
1999. Lesya Roberts, Student, Water Resource Science/ Lakehead University.
2000. Dr. Fred Wien, Professor Emeritus, School of Social Work, Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
2001. E. Gloria Alice Filax, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies, Athabasca University.
2002. Anita Clair Fellman, Professor Emerita, Women’s Studies Department Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.
2003. Arlene Tigar McLaren, Professor Emerita, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University.
2004. Angus McLaren, Professor emeritus of History, University of Victoria.
2005. Jo-ann Archibald, Associate Dean for Indigenous Education, NITEP Director, Professor of Education, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia.
2006. Laura Eramian, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University.
2007. Eveline Milliken, Associate Professor, Inner City Social Work, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba.
2008. Jill Didur, Associate Professor, English Department, Concordia University.
2009. Tammy McLean, Nursing Instructor, Selkirk College/University of Victoria
2010. Karyn Sandlos, Assistant Professor of Art Education and Director, Master of Arts in Teaching program, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC.
2011. Wilfrid Greaves, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto.
2012. Debra Thompson Debra Thompson, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Ohio University.
2013. Erika Bockstael, PhD Candidate, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba.
2014. Linda Harwood Chair, School of University Arts and Sciences, Selkirk College, Castlegar, BC.
2015. Wendy Robbins, Professor, Dept. of English & Women’s Studies Interdisciplinary Program, UNB.
2016. Christine Downing, Tribal Council for the Passamaquoddy Tribe in Pleasant Point Perry Maine.
2017. Jennifer Gibson, MA student, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
2018. Tyler Jackson Rogers, Ph.D. Student, American Studies, Yale University.
2019. Mary Adkins Cartee, MA student, Society, Culture, and Politics in Education, University of British Columbia.
2020. Christina Salavantis, TA Coordinator Introduction to Sociology, Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario.
2021. Douglas Reid Douglas Reid, Ph.D, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, Queen’s School of Business, Queen’s University.
2022. Tiffany Marie DiMaggio, PhD Student, History, Yale University.
2023. Grace Pollock, PhD, Research Associate, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.
2024. Antoinette Handley, Associate Professor, Dept of Politics, University of Toronto.
2025. Matt Jones, PhD student, Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto.
2026. Cynthia Alexander, Professor, Dept of Politics, Acadia University.
2027. Soren Bondrup-Nielsen, Professor Dept. of Biology, Acadia University.
2028. Debbie Lou Ludolph, Dean of Chapel, Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Wilfrid Laurier University.
2029. Susan Roy, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Waterloo.
2030. Tēvita ʻŌ. Kaʻili, Associate Professor, International Cultural Studies, Anthropology & Jonathan Nāpela Center for Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Studies, Brigham Young University Hawaiʻi.
2031. Teresia Teaiwa, Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Coordinator, Pacific Studies, Va’aomanū Pasifika, Victoria University of Wellington/Te Whare Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui, Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
2032. David Ga’oupu Palaita, Adjunct Professor and Coordinator, Pacific Islands Studies and Ethnic/Interdisciplinary Studies, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.
2033. Myra Rutherdale Myra Rutherdale, Associate Professor, York University.
2034. Sandeep Bhagwati, Canada Research Chair, Inter-X Arts, Concordia University, Montréal.
2035. Vicente M. Diaz, Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
2036. Aaron J. Salā, Assistant Professor of Hawaiian Music and Ethnomusicology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.
2037. Lisa Price, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Acadia University
2038. Thomas Peace, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Native American Studies, Dartmouth College.
2039. Rachel Brickner, Associate Professor, Department of Politics, Acadia University.
2040. Laura Thompson, Assistant Professor, School of Education, Acadia University.
2041. Michael Mascarenhas, Associate Professor and Framing the Global Fellow, Science and Technology Studies Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
2042. Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, Associate Professor/Professeure agrégée, Department of Sociology and Anthropology/Département de sociologie et d’anthropologie, University of Ottawa/Université d’Ottawa.
2043. Jordi Diez, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph.
2044. Jennifer Richard, Academic Librarian, Acadia University.
2045. Andreana Clay, Associate Professor, San Francisco State University.
2046. Claire Kelly, Teacher Candidate, OISE, University of Toronto.
2047. Edward J. McCaughan, Professor, San Francisco State University.
2048. Robert Schwartzwald, Professeur titulaire, Université de Montréal. Recipient, 2008 Governor General’s International Award in Canadian Studies.
2049. Susan Barratt, Lecturer Acadia University, Wolfville, NS.
2050. Cornelia Schneider Cornelia Schneider, Associate Professor, Mount Saint-Vincent University, Halifax NS.
2051. Caleigh Farrell, MA Candidate in Anthropology, and Teaching Assistant, University of Western Ontario.
2052. Graham R. Daborn, Professor Emeritus, Acadia University, Nova Scotia.
2053. Jess Roberts, PhD Candidate, English, Queen’s University.
2054. Becki Ross, Department of Sociology, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, University of British Columbia.
2055. Alison Norman, Postdoctoral Fellow, Canadian Studies, Trent University.
2056. Jaime Denike, PhD Candidate, Department of English, Queen’s University.
2057. Janine MacLeod, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.
2058. Chris Hiller, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.
2059. Jennifer Koshan, Law, University of Calgary.
2060. Lisa Simon, Student, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.
2061. Nuhisifa Seve-Williams, PhD, alumni, The University of Auckland, NZ.
2062. Noreen Barlas, University Instructor, Faculty of Arts and Science, University College of the North, Thompson, MB.
2063. Jen Preston, PhD Candidate, Social and Political Thought, York University, Canada.
2064. Christina Holub, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego State University.
2065. Susan Brigham, Associate Professor, Mount St Vincent University, Halifax, NS.
2066. Melissa S Williams, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto.
2067. Mary Hess, Instructor, Part-time. English Department, SUNY Oswego.
2068. Murray Shaw, Sociology instructor, Douglas College.
2069. Anne Quema, Associate Professor, Department of English, Acadia University.
2070. Chris Hiller, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.
2071. Si Transken, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work and Gender Studies, UNBC.
2072. Katherine Milley, PhD Candidate, University of Toronto, OISE.
2073. Scott Simon, Professeur agrégé, Département de sociologie et d’anthropologie, Université d’Ottawa.
2074. Jasmine Thomas, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Alberta.
2075. Susan Brigham, Associate Professor, Mount St Vincent University, Halifax, NS
2076. Melissa S Williams, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto.
2077. Murray Shaw, Sociology instructor, Douglas College.
2078. Scott Simon, Professeur agrégé, Département de sociologie et d’anthropologie, Université d’Ottawa.
2079. Jasmine Thomas, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Alberta.
2080. Elsa Beaulieu Bastien, PhD candidate, Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.
2081. Gary Bloch, MD CCFP, Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.
2082. André-François Bourbeau PhD, Professor emeritus, Département des Sciences Humaines, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.
2083. Diana Tumminia, PhD. Emeritus. California State University Sacramento.
2084. Carl Gelderloos, PhD candidate, Department of German Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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Cher·e·s collègues enseignant·e·s,

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Winnipeg (Man.) – Le vendredi 21 décembre 2012

Lettre ouverte au Très honorable Premier ministre du Canada Stephen Harper et au Très honorable Gouverneur général David Johnston:

À titre d’universitaires enseignant dans des universités canadiennes, nous sommes témoins de l’action courageuse et honorable de la chef Theresa Spence de la Première nation d’Attawapiskat pour défendre le territoire et les peuples autochtones du Canada. La chef Spence a déclaré qu’elle était prête à mourir pour son peuple et nous ne garderons pas le silence alors qu’elle dépérit au seuil de notre Parlement. Nous appelons notre gouvernement à rencontrer immédiatement la chef Spence et à lancer un plan global visant à remédier à la situation d’urgence que vivent des collectivités autochtones partout au pays.

Le 11 décembre 2012, la chef Theresa Spence a commencé une grève de la faim, appelant le Très honorable Premier ministre du Canada Stephen Harper et le Très honorable Gouverneur général David Johnston à «entamer immédiatement des discussions et l’élaboration de plans d’actions pour résoudre les problèmes liés aux traités signés avec les Premières nations partout au Canada». La chef Spence souhaite discuter avec eux de ses préoccupations au sujet du mépris des peuples des Premières Nations par le gouvernement du Canada, notamment le défaut persistant de lutter contre la pauvreté vécue dans les communautés autochtones, en particulier celles des communautés rurales et isolées. La chef Spence veut aussi discuter des lois récemment adoptées au Parlement sans consultation des Premières nations, y compris la loi omnibus C-45, instaurant des modifications qui ont supprimé toute protection environnementale de la plupart des cours d’eau canadiens, ainsi que de nombreuses autres attaques contre l’environnement. En plus de mettre en danger l’avenir de l’ensemble des Canadien·ne·s, ces changements violent des droits autochtones et issus de traités en permettant la destruction des économies de chasse et de pêche. Ces préoccupations et d’autres sont clairement exprimées dans le Manifeste du mouvement « Idle No More » (La passivité, c’est terminé!), que nous encourageons tou·te·s les Canadien·ne·s à lire et à discuter dans leurs communautés.

C’est avec tristesse et honte que nous assistons à la façon dont la chef Spence est ignorée par notre gouvernement. C’est avec une profonde déception que nous constatons le refus de la part du premier ministre et du gouverneur général – le représentant de la Reine – de la rencontrer ou de reconnaître l’importance de ses préoccupations.

Nous affirmons notre solidarité avec les tentatives de la chef Theresa Spence pour changer la façon abusive dont le gouvernement du Canada a ignoré, menacé et intimidé les peuples autochtones. À titre d’enseignant·e·s qui souhaitons contribuer à un avenir juste et durable fondé sur le respect des droits de l’ensemble des Canadien·ne·s, nous reconnaissons que l’histoire du Canada en est une d’exploitation, de dépossession et de marginalisation des peuples autochtones, de déni de leurs droits et de leur souveraineté, d’indifférence à leurs souffrances et, dans de nombreux cas, de destruction de leurs terres. Nous reconnaissons également la force, la résistance, et le profond respect pour la Terre Mère qui existent dans les communautés autochtones et nous accueillons l’actuelle mobilisation contre la destruction de l’environnement parrainée par le gouvernement.

Nous exhortons l’ensemble des Canadien·ne·s à amorcer des dialogues respectueux sur les droits des autochtones et nos traités avec eux et elles, et à prendre des mesures concrètes dans vos communautés pour assurer le respect de nos traités, le respect de l’autodétermination et à la protection de notre environnement pour les générations à venir.
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Estimado colega:

Si usted está dispuesto a firmar la carta abierta más adelante en apoyo del Jefe Spence y el movimiento Idle No More, favor de agrerar su nombre, cargo, y afiliación academica en departamento y universidad a continuación, o envíar por correo electrónico la misma información a Academics4ChiefSpence@gmail.com.

Winnipeg, MB – Viernes, 23 de diciembre 2012

Carta abierta a la Muy Honorable Primer Ministro de Canadá, Stephen Harper, y el Muy Honorable Gobernador General David Johnston:

Nosotros, como profesores que enseñan en las universidades, hemos sido testigos de las acciones valientes y honorables de Theresa Spence, Jefa de la Primera Nación Attawapiskat, para defender la tierra y los pueblos indígenas de Canadá. Jefe Spence ha dicho que está dispuesto a morir por su pueblo, y no nos quedaremos en silencio mientras ella se muere de hambre a las puertas de nuestro Parlamento. Hacemos un llamado al gobierno canadiense a reunirse de inmediato con la Jefa Spence e iniciar un plan integral para hacer frente a la situación de urgencia en las comunidades aborígenes de todo el país.
El 11 de diciembre de 2012, Jefa Theresa Spence comenzó una huelga de hambre, pidiendo al Muy Honorable Primer Ministro de Canadá, Stephen Harper, y el Muy Honorable Gobernador General David Johnston “iniciar conversaciones inmediatas y el desarrollo de planes de acción para abordar los temas tratados con las Primeras Naciones a través de Canadá. “Jefa Spence desea plantear preocupaciones sobre la falta de respeto de los pueblos de las Primeras Naciones del Gobierno de Canadá, como el continuo fracaso para hacer frente a la pobreza experimentada en las comunidades indígenas, especialmente las que viven en comunidades rurales y aisladas. Jefa Spence también quiere discutir proyectos de ley que fueron aprobadas recientemente en la legislatura sin la consulta de las Primeras Naciones, incluyendo el proyecto de ley ómnibus C-45, que incluía cambios que eliminaban toda la protección del medio ambiente de la gran mayoría de los cursos de agua de Canadá, junto con muchos otros atentados contra el medio ambiente. Además de poner en peligro el futuro de todos los canadienses, estos cambios violan los derechos de los aborígenes y de los tratados al permitir la destrucción de las economías de caza y pesca. Estas preocupaciones y otros están claramente expresados en el manifiesto movimiento Idle No More, que animamos a todos los canadienses para leer y discutir en sus comunidades.

Nos ha entristecido y avergonzado de ser testigos de la forma en que la Jefa Spence ha sido ignorada por nuestro gobierno. Hemos sido profundamente decepcionados al observar el rechazo de ambos el Primer Ministro y el Gobernador General, como representantes de la Reina, de reunirse con La Jefa Spence o reconocer la importancia de sus preocupaciones.
Nos solidarizamos con los intentos de la Jefa Theresa Spence para cambiar la forma abusiva en que el Gobierno canadiense ha ignorado, amenazado, e intimidado a los pueblos indígenas. Como profesores interesados en contribuir a un futuro más justo y sostenible donde los derechos de todos los canadienses son respetados, reconocemos que la historia de Canadá es una de la explotación, el despojo y la marginación de los pueblos indígenas, la negación de sus derechos y la soberanía, la indiferencia ante el sufrimiento, y en muchos casos la destrucción de sus tierras. También reconocemos la fuerza, la resistencia y un profundo respeto por la Madre Tierra que existen en las comunidades indígenas y la bienvenida a esta movilización actual contra la destrucción patrocinada por el gobierno del medio ambiente.
Instamos a todos los pueblos y gente de Canadá a entrar en diálogo respetuoso sobre los derechos de los aborígenes y los tratados, y tomar acciones significativas en sus comunidades para garantizar el honor de nuestros tratados, el respeto a la auto-determinación, y la protección de nuestro medio ambiente para las futuras generaciones.