linguistics, endangered languages, language curriculum development, Aboriginal languages, language revitalization, language planning and policy, language rights, sociolinguistics, Tlingit, Cree, language documentation, Hudson’s Bay Company, fur trade, ethnohistory, oral histories
Protest, riots, civil disobedience, media and First Nations, media and racism, immigration, immigrants
Information ethics, information policy, information technology, sustainability, information practice, indigenous initiatives, Indian residential schools, libraries
First Nations, international relations
Indigenous history and Indigenous women’s history – Texas, Mexico, US-MX border, Indigenous rights & land defense, human rights of Indigenous peoples, gender, violence, genocide
Himalaya, Nepal, First Nations, indigenous, anthropology, linguistics, endangered languages, digital, archives, museums, Bhutan, India, Tibet, technology
I am an expert in Canadian First Nation rights and titles, as it relates to Federal and Provincial Resource management. This includes a speciality in mining law. This prompts a discussion in equity and the sustainablity of a finite, location-specific resource.
Indigenous literary studies, Indigenous studies, Indigenous arts and expression, speculative fiction (fantasy, science fiction and horror), representations of race and sexuality in popular culture and speculative fiction, cultural studies, animal studies.
Missing and murdered Indigenous women, violence, colonization, decolonization, Indigenous peoples, justice, Indigenous law, Two-Spirit, LGBTQ2S, sexuality, gender, sex work
First Nations of the Northwest Coast, visual culture, art market economies, identity production, representation, repatriation, cultural property, aboriginal cultural tourism, collaborative and critical museology