journal articles

2016 (with Alison James) “Truth, Reconciliation, and ‘Double Settler Denial:’ Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.” Accepted at Human Rights Review.

2015 (with Raj Patel) “Food Sovereignty as Decolonization: Some Contributions from Indigenous Movements to Food System and Development Politics.” Agriculture & Human Values vol. 32, issue 3: pp. 431-444.

2014 “Self-Determination, Subordination, and Semantics: Rhetorical and Real-World Conflicts over the Human Rights of Indigenous Women.” UBC Law Review vol. 47, issue 2: pp. 495-533.

2011 “Decolonization as Peacemaking: Applying Just War Theory to the Canadian Context.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies vol. 4, issue 1: pp. 21-29.

2008 “In Harm’s Way: Justification, Excuse, and Civilian Safety in Just War Theory.” Mindful vol. III: pp. 22-45.

2008 “Historical Roots, Contemporary Relevance: Explaining the Persistence of Polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Undercurrent vol. V, issue 3: pp. 6-19.

2008 “Afflicting the Comfortable: An Assessment of the Stasis in International Bioethical Discourse.” Hermes vol. IX: pp. 24-41.

2008 “In the Form of a Longhouse: Haudenosaunee Political Philosophy and Social Contract Theory.” Expressions vol. IV: pp. 4-31.

2007 “A House of Many Rooms: Healing Practice and the Ontology of Health in Hmong Tradition and the Diaspora.” JUST vol. I (spring): pp. 73-81.

2005 “Tattoos on our Digital Skin: Privacy and Accountability in Cyberspace.” Hermes vol. VI: pp. 29-40.

2005 “Tradition, Tech, and Transformation: Information Technologies and the Intellectual Property of Indigenous Peoples.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. IX: pp. 46-60.

2005 “Waiting for Some Angel: Indigenous Rights as an Ethical Imperative in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights.” Undercurrent vol. II, issue 2: pp. 16-27.

2004 “Decolonising Feminism: Aboriginal Women and the Global ‘Sisterhood’.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VIII: pp. 9-22.

2003 “The Health Status of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Reflection, Realization, and Response.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VII: pp. 34-48.

in preparation

“Returning to the Source: Revisiting Arendtian Forgiveness in the Politics of Reconciliation.” For submission at Philosophy & Public Affairs.

in preparation

(with Lenore Newman) “Beyond Culinary Colonialism: Situating Indigenous Cuisine amid Discourses & Praxes of Multiculturalism.” For submission at Culture, Agriculture, Food, and Environment.

submitted

“Just and Unjust Reallocations of Historical Burdens: Notes on a Normative Theory of Reparations Politics.” Under review at Les ateliers de l’ethique/The Ethics Forum.

submitted

“From Ethics to Axiologies: Centring Value Frameworks in Social Science Research.” Under review at The International Journal of Social Research Methodology.

2016

(with Alison James) “Truth, Reconciliation, and ‘Double Settler Denial:’ Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.” Human Rights Review vol. 17, issue 3: pp. 303-328.

2015

(with Raj Patel) “Food Sovereignty as Decolonization: Some Contributions from Indigenous Movements to Food System and Development Politics.” Agriculture & Human Values vol. 32, issue 3: pp. 431-444.

2011

Decolonization as Peacemaking: Applying Just War Theory to the Canadian Context.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies vol. 4, issue 1: pp. 21-29.

book chapters

2014  “Indigenous Knowledge.” Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, ed. Alex C. Michalos (New York: Springer): pp. 3229-3233.

in preparation

“Indigenous Peoples and Liberal Human Rights Regimes.” Invited chapter for Human Rights and Liberalism: Crisis and Challenges, ed. Paul Brienza & Yasar Bukan (forthcoming: Theoria & Praxis).

2017

‘Empowerment and Revolution and Real Change:’ An Interview with Fay Blaney.” Making Space for Indigenous Feminism II, ed. Joyce Green (Black Point: Fernwood).

2014

Indigenous Knowledge.” Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, ed. Alex C. Michalos (New York: Springer): pp. 3229-3233.

undergraduate (refereed) publications

2016 (with Alison James) “Truth, Reconciliation, and ‘Double Settler Denial:’ Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.” Accepted at Human Rights Review.

2015 (with Raj Patel) “Food Sovereignty as Decolonization: Some Contributions from Indigenous Movements to Food System and Development Politics.” Agriculture & Human Values vol. 32, issue 3: pp. 431-444.

2014 “Self-Determination, Subordination, and Semantics: Rhetorical and Real-World Conflicts over the Human Rights of Indigenous Women.” UBC Law Review vol. 47, issue 2: pp. 495-533.

2011 “Decolonization as Peacemaking: Applying Just War Theory to the Canadian Context.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies vol. 4, issue 1: pp. 21-29.

2008 “In Harm’s Way: Justification, Excuse, and Civilian Safety in Just War Theory.” Mindful vol. III: pp. 22-45.

2008 “Historical Roots, Contemporary Relevance: Explaining the Persistence of Polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Undercurrent vol. V, issue 3: pp. 6-19.

2008 “Afflicting the Comfortable: An Assessment of the Stasis in International Bioethical Discourse.” Hermes vol. IX: pp. 24-41.

2008 “In the Form of a Longhouse: Haudenosaunee Political Philosophy and Social Contract Theory.” Expressions vol. IV: pp. 4-31.

2007 “A House of Many Rooms: Healing Practice and the Ontology of Health in Hmong Tradition and the Diaspora.” JUST vol. I (spring): pp. 73-81.

2005 “Tattoos on our Digital Skin: Privacy and Accountability in Cyberspace.” Hermes vol. VI: pp. 29-40.

2005 “Tradition, Tech, and Transformation: Information Technologies and the Intellectual Property of Indigenous Peoples.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. IX: pp. 46-60.

2005 “Waiting for Some Angel: Indigenous Rights as an Ethical Imperative in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights.” Undercurrent vol. II, issue 2: pp. 16-27.

2004 “Decolonising Feminism: Aboriginal Women and the Global ‘Sisterhood’.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VIII: pp. 9-22.

2003 “The Health Status of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Reflection, Realization, and Response.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VII: pp. 34-48.

2004

Decolonising Feminism: Aboriginal Women and the Global ‘Sisterhood’.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VIII: pp. 9-22.

2003

2016 (with Alison James) “Truth, Reconciliation, and ‘Double Settler Denial:’ Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.” Accepted at Human Rights Review.

2015 (with Raj Patel) “Food Sovereignty as Decolonization: Some Contributions from Indigenous Movements to Food System and Development Politics.” Agriculture & Human Values vol. 32, issue 3: pp. 431-444.

2014 “Self-Determination, Subordination, and Semantics: Rhetorical and Real-World Conflicts over the Human Rights of Indigenous Women.” UBC Law Review vol. 47, issue 2: pp. 495-533.

2011 “Decolonization as Peacemaking: Applying Just War Theory to the Canadian Context.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies vol. 4, issue 1: pp. 21-29.

2008 “In Harm’s Way: Justification, Excuse, and Civilian Safety in Just War Theory.” Mindful vol. III: pp. 22-45.

2008 “Historical Roots, Contemporary Relevance: Explaining the Persistence of Polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Undercurrent vol. V, issue 3: pp. 6-19.

2008 “Afflicting the Comfortable: An Assessment of the Stasis in International Bioethical Discourse.” Hermes vol. IX: pp. 24-41.

2008 “In the Form of a Longhouse: Haudenosaunee Political Philosophy and Social Contract Theory.” Expressions vol. IV: pp. 4-31.

2007 “A House of Many Rooms: Healing Practice and the Ontology of Health in Hmong Tradition and the Diaspora.” JUST vol. I (spring): pp. 73-81.

2005 “Tattoos on our Digital Skin: Privacy and Accountability in Cyberspace.” Hermes vol. VI: pp. 29-40.

2005 “Tradition, Tech, and Transformation: Information Technologies and the Intellectual Property of Indigenous Peoples.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. IX: pp. 46-60.

2005 “Waiting for Some Angel: Indigenous Rights as an Ethical Imperative in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights.” Undercurrent vol. II, issue 2: pp. 16-27.

2004 “Decolonising Feminism: Aboriginal Women and the Global ‘Sisterhood’.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VIII: pp. 9-22.

2003 “The Health Status of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Reflection, Realization, and Response.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VII: pp. 34-48.

2014 “Indigenous Knowledge.” Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, ed. Alex C. Michalos (New York: Springer): pp. 3229-3233.

2007 Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Vulnerabilities, Adaptation, and Responses to Mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol – A Collection of Case Studies [co-edited with M. Abhainn and K.M. Barnard] (Chiang Mai: IAITPTF).

2007 From Text to Action: Negotiating and Advancing Indigenous Peoples’ Rights through the Convention on Biological Diversity – A Primer for Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations [co-edited with M. Degawan] (Chiang Mai: UNEP/IPNC).

2006 Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to COP-8 of the Convention on Biological Diversity (Chiang Mai: IIFB & IAITPTF).

2016 (with Alison James) “Truth, Reconciliation, and ‘Double Settler Denial:’ Gendering the Canada-South Africa Analogy.” Accepted at Human Rights Review.

2015 (with Raj Patel) “Food Sovereignty as Decolonization: Some Contributions from Indigenous Movements to Food System and Development Politics.” Agriculture & Human Values vol. 32, issue 3: pp. 431-444.

2014 “Self-Determination, Subordination, and Semantics: Rhetorical and Real-World Conflicts over the Human Rights of Indigenous Women.” UBC Law Review vol. 47, issue 2: pp. 495-533.

2011 “Decolonization as Peacemaking: Applying Just War Theory to the Canadian Context.” International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies vol. 4, issue 1: pp. 21-29.

2008 “In Harm’s Way: Justification, Excuse, and Civilian Safety in Just War Theory.” Mindful vol. III: pp. 22-45.

2008 “Historical Roots, Contemporary Relevance: Explaining the Persistence of Polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Undercurrent vol. V, issue 3: pp. 6-19.

2008 “Afflicting the Comfortable: An Assessment of the Stasis in International Bioethical Discourse.” Hermes vol. IX: pp. 24-41.

2008 “In the Form of a Longhouse: Haudenosaunee Political Philosophy and Social Contract Theory.” Expressions vol. IV: pp. 4-31.

2007 “A House of Many Rooms: Healing Practice and the Ontology of Health in Hmong Tradition and the Diaspora.” JUST vol. I (spring): pp. 73-81.

2005 “Tattoos on our Digital Skin: Privacy and Accountability in Cyberspace.” Hermes vol. VI: pp. 29-40.

2005 “Tradition, Tech, and Transformation: Information Technologies and the Intellectual Property of Indigenous Peoples.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. IX: pp. 46-60.

2005 “Waiting for Some Angel: Indigenous Rights as an Ethical Imperative in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights.” Undercurrent vol. II, issue 2: pp. 16-27.

2004 “Decolonising Feminism: Aboriginal Women and the Global ‘Sisterhood’.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VIII: pp. 9-22.

2003 “The Health Status of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Reflection, Realization, and Response.” Enweyin – The Way We Speak vol. VII: pp. 34-48.