Emily Faries - Professeure associée

DéPARTEMENT d'études autochtonesEmily Faries
Tél.: 705-673-5661 ext. 409
Courriel: efaries@usudbury.ca

Éducation
  • B.A. Sociology, Laurentian University
  • B.Ed Education, Laurentian University
  • M.Ed. Curriculum, University of Toronto
  • D.Ed. Curriculum, University of Toronto
Sujets de spécialisation
  • Native Community-Based Research, First Nations Education, First Nations (Cree) Culture and Traditions
Cours enseignés
  • INDG 1105 The Original People of North America
  • INDG 2205 The Aboriginal People : Family and Community
  • INDG 2285 North American Native People: Tradition and Culture
  • INDG 3005 Education and Native People
  • INDG 3215 Native Community-Based Research Methods
Intérêts de recherche
  • Community-based and community-owned research on various topics such as education, health, and governance.
Publications récentes
  • 2006. Keeping our Fire Alive: Towards Decolonizing Research in the Academic Setting. In WINHEC (World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium) Journal. Co-authored with T. Moeke-Pickering, S. Hardy, S. Manitowabi
  • 2003. A Wholistic Framework for Aboriginal Policy Research. Status of Women Canada. Co-authored with J.Fiske, C.Kenny, C.Voyageur
  • 2002. The Health of Ontario First Nations People: Results from Ontario First Nations Regional Health Survey. In Canadian Journal of Public Health. Co-authored with H.MacMillan, A.MacMillan, H.McCue, D.Offord
  • 2002. History of Quebec and Canada: A Native Perspective. Ottawa Ontario: Nortext Publisher (Cree School Board). Co-authored with S.Pashagumskum
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