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This thesis examines differences amongst cabin features at the Buffalo Lake Métis Wintering Site (FdPe-1), a late Fur Trade-era archaeological site located in central Alberta. I discuss Métis ethnogenesis as it relates to the roving groups of Plains Métis that occupied this site, as well as how...
This thesis is a comprehensive qualitative study of four youth-serving organizations, iHuman Youth Society (iHuman) and YOUCAN Youth Services (YOUCAN) in Edmonton, and Ndinawewaaganag Endaawaad Youth Resource Centre (Ndinawe) and Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) in Winnipeg. I analyze the...
Abstract This study examined three teachers’ experiences with infusing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) literature and content into the curriculum using the memoir Fatty Legs (Jordan-Fenton & Pokiak-Fenton, 2010). Participants were recruited indirectly from an overarching research project....
Fish, Food and the Fur Trade: The use of Hudson’s Bay Company’s post journals for Moose Factory, Cumberland House, Edmonton House, Fort Athabasca, and Ile a la Crosse to reconstruct the provisioning of fish, fowl and game, ca. 1777 - 1827Download
Most historical research of the fur trade era has focused on the trade of fur and there has been limited recognition of the use of fish for non-commodity uses. Fish were not a commodity that the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) traded for the purpose of exporting back to Europe as had been done with...
From One Colonization Road to Another? Everyday Memories of the Social and Economic Conditions in Minnewakin, Stone Lake, and Lundar, Manitoba, 1940-1960Download
Proceeding World War II, Canada moved into a period of economic prosperity that brought considerable social change to the Interlake region of Manitoba, and in turn, Metis and Halfbreed ways of life in the area. The research that would inform these changes began with Manitoba’s postwar...
Material Traces of Ethnogenesis: An Archaeological and Spatial Analysis of the Metis Cultural Landscape in the Canadian West, 1700-1880Download
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2012: Our pilot project will address the question of Métis territory and identity via the remains of Métis landscapes in the archaeological record, particularly the material culture and spatial arrangements of known over-wintering sites in the Canadian Parklands, and...
SSHRC IDG Awarded 2018: The research seeks to disrupt settler, colonial, race-based understandings of the Métis-as-mixed and as victims of fragmented social geographies, by applying a place-based analysis of Métis peoplehood. Drawing on methods from Archaeology, History, Women's Studies, and...
This research examines the life journeys of three Métis women in an attempt to discover whether each individual’s healing process from a traumatic experience or experiences brought spiritual transformation, and if so, was that spiritual transformation rooted in a reclaiming of their Métis...