ABOUT

Interdisciplinary Education focused on Indigenous & Western Cultures 

2007 - 2016

2012 - 2014

Fall 2009

1998 - 2002

PhD in History, University of Ottawa, co-directed by Jan Grabowski and Nicole St-Onge     Thesis: “Cannibal Wihtiko: Finding Native-Newcomer Common Ground”     Reading fields: French North America, British North America and Ideologies of Empire in the early to late modern world, all with emphasis on relations with Indigenous peoples

 

Visiting Student, Faculty of Philosophy, Dominican University College, Ottawa

 

Visiting Scholar, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen

 

MA in History, Université de Montréal, co-directed by John Dickinson and Toby Morantz     Thesis: “Merging Euroamerican and Amerindian Understandings of a Shared Past: the     1832 Washaw Conflict”

 

1995 – 2000    Non-credit courses and studies in philosophy & theology, through various institutions

 

1998    BA in English Literature & with courses in Classics, University of Ottawa 1997 –

 

1998    Visiting Student in Canadian & Indigenous Studies, McGill University

 

1993 – 1995    DEC in Languages & Literature, St. Lawrence College, Quebec City 1980 –

 

1993     Pre-university education in Omushkego Aski (James Bay Cree territory) Ontario

Previous Academic Positions, with Emphasis in Indigenous History & Studies

Tuesdays

10:00 am

2007 - 2016

2012 - 2014

Fall 2009

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Indigenous Policy & Reconciliation Work

Saturdays

11:30 am

2007 - 2016

2012 - 2014

Fall 2009

2010 – 2011    Advisor for Indigenous Relations, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops 2006    Parliamentary Secretary’s Assistant, Policy Advisor, and Quebec Issues Manager, Office of the Minister, Indian Affairs & Northern Development Canada 2001 – 2006     Research Historian & Research Ethics Committee Chair, Indian Claims Commission, Ottawa 2001    Historical Research Consultant, Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada

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