Kevin FitzMaurice - Professeur associé
DéPARTEMENT d'études autochtonesTél.: 705-673-5661 poste 410
- Ph.D. Indigenous Studies, Trent University
- M.A. Canadian – Indigenous Studies, Trent University
- B.A. Political Science, Queen's University
- B.Comm. University of Ottawa
Sujets de spécialisation
- Indigenous – Settler Political Relations, Reconciliation Studies, Criminal Justice and Family Law, Indigenous Governance and Urban Studies, Media Studies, Indigenous Research Methods, Housing and Homelessness, and Indigenous Critical Theory.
- INDG/POLI 3105 Canadian Law, Politics and Indigenous People
- INDG 3116 Indigenous People and the Criminal Justice System
- INDG 3117 Social Policy, Family Law and Indigenous Peoples
- INDG 3215 Indigenous Community Based Research Methods
- INDG 3056 The City as Home: International Perspectives on Indigenous People in Urban Centres
- INDG 3066 Indigenous People in Canadian Urban Centres
- INDG 3226 Indigenous Critical Theory
- INDG 2136 Indigenous Political Resistance in Canada: An Integrated Media Analysis
Intérêts de recherche
- Dr. Kevin Fitzmaurice is an Associate Professor with Indigenous Studies at the University of Sudbury, where he specializes in Indigenous-Settler political relations, Urban Indigenous Studies, and Indigenous Critical Theory. He is presently a Regional Co-Director for the SSHRC ‘Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network’ national research, a North Eastern Ontario Lead with the National Centre for the Collaboration on Indigenous Education, and a Co-Investigator on Indigenous homelessness and the urban Native housing program in Ontario with the Poverty, Homelessness and Migration Study. As well, he was a Research Associate for the 2011 Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP) and the 2007 Ontario Urban Aboriginal Task Force (UATF).
Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ses activités de recherche, voir:
1) The Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network: https://uakn.org/
2) The National Centre for the Collaboration on Indigenous Education: https://www.nccie.ca/
3) The Poverty, Homelessness and Migration Study: https://www3.laurentian.ca/homelessness/
4) The Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP): https://www.tassc.ca/tarp.html
5) The Ontario Urban Aboriginal Task Force: http://ofifc.org/publication/urban-aboriginal-task-force-ontario-final-report
Pour des copies PDF des travaux de M. Fitzmaurice, voir sa page de profil sur Academia.edu: https://usudbury.academia.edu/KevinFizmaurice
- Fitzmaurice, K 2019. Biinidsa: Going Home to Clean Up in Eds. Hankard. M. The Clean Place: Honouring Indigenous Spiritual Roots of Turtle Island. J.Charlton Publishing. Vernon. B.C.
- Fitzmaurice, K and Newhouse, D. 2018. ‘Indigenous Governance and Citizenship’ in Issues in Canadian Governance. J Craft and A Clarke. Edmond Press.
- Fitzmaurice, K. 2016. ‘The Alberta Tar Sands - gwatanziwag wii-di-goshinowaad – manno- The Choices That We Make’ in We Still Live Here: First Nations, the Alberta Oil Sands, and Surviving Globalism. Ed. Hankard, M. and Charlton, J. JCharlton Publishing.
- Fitzmaurice, K and Newhouse, D. 2016. ‘Surviving the Long Assault: Manno and the path to Indigenous Reconciliation’ in Survivance and Reconciliation: 7 Forward/ 7 Back: 2015 Canadian Indigenous Native Studies Association Conference Proceedings. Ed. Hele, K. Aboriginal Issues Press.
- Fitzmaurice, K and McCaskill, D. 2016 Aboriginal Communities in the City: Reflections Along the Path to Self-Government, 4th Edition Visions of the Heart: Canadian Aboriginal Issues, Dickason and Long. Oxford University Press. (Article: refereed)
- Fitzmaurice, K. 2015. ‘The State of Urban Aboriginal Communities’ in Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN) Research Paper Series. (Article: refereed)
- Fitzmaurice. K. McCaskill. D. and Cidro, J. 2014. Life Histories: Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP). Book: Aboriginal community refereed
- Fitzmaurice. K. McCaskill. D. and Cidro, J. 2014. Organizational Case Studies: Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP). Book: Aboriginal community refereed
- Fitzmaurice, K. 2014. ‘Transforming Racism and the construction of Zhaganash- Whiteness in Critical Race Theory and Indigenous Knowledge’ article published as part of the 40th Algonquin Conference proceedings, University of Minnesota Press.
- Fitzmaurice. K. McCaskill. D. and Cidro, J. 2012. Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP). Book: Aboriginal community refereed
- Fitzmaurice, K., Newhouse, D. and McGuire-Adams, T. 2012. Well Being in the Urban Aboriginal Community: Fostering Biimaadziwin, a National Research Conference on Urban Aboriginal People. Edited Book: Thompson Educational Publishing Incorporated. (Book: refereed)
- Fitzmaurice, K. 2012. 'Transgressing the Boundaries of Indigenous Studies: Traces of 'White Paper' Policy in Academic Patterns of Indigenization. in Canadian Journal of Indigenous Studies as part of special publication of June 2012 'Celebrating Indigenous Knowledges: People, Land, and Culture' conference at Trent University (Article: refereed)
- Fitzmaurice, K. and Slegers, B. 2012. Wasauksing First Nation: Community-Based Strategic Planning Final Report. (Aboriginal community refereed).
- Fitzmaurice, K. 2011. ‘Apologies, Truth, and Reconciliation: Indigenous Knowledge and the Decolonization of Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal relations in Canada’ in White-Indian Relations: Moving Into the 21rst Century. Galda Verlag Press. (Article: refereed)
- FitzMaurice, K and McCaskill, D. 2011. ‘Socio-economic Progress for Aboriginal people in Ontario. Long-term Strategic Planning Study’ for Aboriginal Affairs Ontario. (non-refereed)
- FitzMaurice, K. and McCaskill, D. 2011. Urban Aboriginal People in Canada: Community Trends and Issues of Governance 3rd Edition of Visions of the Heart: Canadian Aboriginal Issues, Dickason and Long. Oxford University Press.
- FitzMaurice, K. 2011. ‘The Emergence of the Aboriginal Individual: Decolonizing the Ethics of Urban Aboriginal Research’ Chapter in Freedom of Expression: Culture and Religion. Ed. Mbonimpa, M. and Copeman, G. Friesens Press. (Article: refereed)
- FitzMaurice, K. 2010. ‘Are White People Obsolete? Indigenous Knowledge and the Colonizing Ally in Canada’ Chapter in Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous-non-Indigenous Relationships. Ed. Davis, L. University of Toronto Press: Toronto. (Article: refereed)