Projects

  • Plan Nord and Indigenous peoples: Globalization and development in Northern Quebec

    Teaching Web Project

    Students in Indigenous Peoples and Globalization (FPST 341) have collectively worked to create a comprehensive website outlining the Quebec economic and infrastructure agenda, Plan Nord. The articles explore aspects including but not limited to: land rights, economic benefits, ecological reports, sovereignty, education and housing ramifications, as well as the research of different impact assessments on the environment and local populations.

    Plan Nord and Indigenous peoples

    Globalization and development in Northern Quebec

  • Decolonization and healing in Chisasibi

    Companion website to PhD dissertation

    This website is a companion to my PhD dissertation, in which I explore the connections between autonomy and wellbeing in Indigenous contexts through a case study in the Cree Nation of Chisasibi, Eeyou Istchee (James Bay, northern Quebec). The website includes five (5) Korsakow films (non-linear interactive film web platform) comprised of three (3) hours of footage or a total of 65 clips ranging from 2min to 7 min in length, edited from the eight (8) video interviews conducted during my PhD research.