Publications

Articles

Radu, I. (2018). Blurred boundaries, Feminisms, and Indigenisms: Cocreating an Indigenous Oral History for Decolonization, Oral History Review, 45(1): 29-47.

Parisien-Dumas, J., Jackson, S., Michaud, K., & Radu, I. (2018). A vision for Holistic Wellness Starts at Home: Indigenous urban mobility and two cases of social housing in Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia, Urban Anthropology/Revista de antopologie urbana, 6(11): 91-135.

Radu, I. and Comat, I. (2017). Editorial, Special Edition, Urban Anthropology/Revista de Antopologie Urbana 5(9): 8pps.

Radu, I. (2016). The question of citizenship in a globalized world: Indigenous peoples and the Canadian State. Journal of Urban Anthopology/ Revista de Antropologie Urbană, 5(8): 15 pp.

Lévesque, C., Cloutier, É., Sirois, T., Radu, I, and Labrana, R. (2015). The story of a successful partnership between Aboriginal leaders, practitioners and researchers engaged in a knowledge coproduction approach: The creation, implementation and achievements of the ODENA Research Alliance. In Basile S, Gentelet K, et Gros-Louis McHugh N (Dirs) Toolbox of Principles for Research in Indigenous Contexts: Ethics, Respect, Equity, Reciprocity and Cooperation(pp.138-153).

Radu, I. and House, L. (2015). Miyupimaatisiiun in Eeyou Istchee: Indigenous healing and community engagement in health and social services delivery. In Basile S, Gentelet K, et Gros-Louis McHugh N (Dirs) Toolbox of Principles for Research in Indigenous Contexts: Ethics, Respect, Equity, Reciprocity and Cooperation(pp.154-164).

Radu, I., House, L. and Pashagumskum, E. (2014). Land, life, and knowledge in Chisasibi: Intergenerational healing in the bush, Decolonization Indigeneity, Education and Society, 3(3), 86-105.

Jolly, F., Whiteman, G., Atkinson, M. and Radu. I. (2011). Managing outside: a Cree hunter’s perspective on management education. Journal of Management Education special issue Close Encounters with Indigenous Peoples, 35(1), 27-50, doi:10.1177/1052562910386112.

Book Chapters

Lévesque, C., Cloutier, É., Radu, I., Parent-Manseau, D., Laroche, S., and Blanchet-Cohen, N. (accepted). “Taking action to improve Indigenous health in the cities of Québec and Canada: the example of the Minowé Clinic at the Val-d'Or Native Friendship Centre”, In Reese, L. (eds), Routhledge Global Urban Studies Series.

Radu, I. (2018). “Uschiniichisuu Futures: Healing, Empowerment and Agency Among the Chisasibi Cree Youth”, In Henry, R., LaVallee, A., Van Styvendale, N., & R. Innes (Eds). Global Perspectives on Indigenous Health: Reconciling the Past, Engaging the Present, Animating the Future. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 211-236.

Other peer-reviewed

Radu, I. (2018). Land for Healing: Developing a First Nations Land-based Service Delivery Model, First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework, Thunderbird Partnership Foundation (89pps).

DeLancey, D., Radu, I., Enosse, L. & Ritchie, S. (2018). Measuring Connection: Evaluating Land-Based Programs, Northern Public Affairs 6(1): 39-45.

Radu, I (Ed.). (2018). Global movements, local shifts: migration, immigration and the city, Special Edition, Journal of Urban Anthropology/Revista de antopologie urbana, 6(11): 135pps.

Radu, I. and Comat, I. (Eds). (2017). Emerging forms of Indigeneity, Special Edition, Urban Anthropology/Revista de Antopologie Urbana, 5(9): 128pps.

Lévesque, C. and Radu, I. Feuillets d’information. (2014). Modèles et approches autochtones en matière de santé et services de santé. Val d’Or Native Friendship Center and CURA ODENA, Montreal: INRS.

Lévesque, C., Salée, D., and Radu, I (Eds.). (2012). Les Peuples autochtones et le Plan Nord : éléments pour un débat. Cahier DIALOG no 2012-04, Recueil de textes. Montreal: Institut national de recherche scientifique. Online