Featured Faculty Publications

Journal Articles and Other Works by SFU Indigenous Studies Faculty Members

Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

Volume 20, Article number: 53, 2024

The Global relevance of locally grounded ethnobiology

Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, Irene Teixidor-Toneu, Chelsey Geralda Armstrong, Julián Caviedes, José Tomás Ibarra, Dana Lepofsky, Alex C. McAlvay, Zsolt Molnár, R. Mónica Moraes, Guillaume Odonne, Melissa R. Poe, Abolfazl Sharifian Bahraman & Nancy J. Turner

People and Nature

April 2024

Ethnoecological perspectives on environmental stewardship: Tenets and basis of reciprocity in Gitxsan and nłeʔkepmx (Nlaka'pamux) Territories

Chelsey Geralda Armstrong, Jennifer Grenz, Jennifer Zyp-Loring, Jade LaFontaine, Leslie Main Johnson, Nancy J. Turner


Volume 53, 2024

The practice of historical ecology: What, when, where, how and what for

Aarón Moisés Santana-Cordero, Péter Szabó, Matthias Bürgi & Chelsey Geralda Armstrong


Volume 382, Number 6676, 2023

The history of Coast Salish “woolly dogs” revealed by ancient genomics and Indigenous Knowledge

Audrey T. Lin et al., including Chelsey Geralda Armstrong and alumnus Jonathan Hartt

People and Nature

July 2023

Contribution of Indigenous Peoples' understandings and relational frameworks to invasive alien species management

Priscilla M. Wehi, Katie L. Kamelamela, Kyle Whyte, Krushil Watene, and Nicholas Reo

American Anthropologist

February 2023

Liberating trails and travel routes in Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en Territories from the tyrannies of heritage resource management regimes

Chelsey Geralda Armstrong, Anne Spice, Mike Ridsdale and John R. Welch

  • Willey Prize (Archaeology Division of the American Anthropological Association)

Ecosystems and People

Volume 19, Issue 1, 2023

Historical ecology of forest garden management in Laxyuubm Ts’msyen and beyond

Chelsey Geralda Armstrong, Natasha Lyons, Alex C. McAlvay, Patrick Morgan Ritchie, Dana Lepofsky and Michael Blake


November 2022

Fossil Fuels and Fossil Kin: An Environmental Kin Study of Weaponised Fossil Kin and Alberta’s So-Called “Energy Resources Heritage”

Zoe Todd

BC Studies

No. 214, Summer 2022

Mischief Making: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, Art and the Seriousness of Play

Bryan Myles


Capilano Review

Spring 2022: 50th Anniversary Issue 1/3

‘f variations’

ross, annie with Catriona Strang

Studies in American Indian Literatures

Vol. 34, no. 1&2 (Spring/Summer 2022)

Edited by June Scudeler & Siobhan Senier

SAIL Special Double Issue: How We Teach Indigenous Literatures

Guest Editors: Michelle Coupal & Deanna Reder


A Call to Teach Indigenous Literatures
Michelle Coupal and Deanna Reder

Using Indigenous-Informed Close-Reading and Research Skills to Unlearn
Deanna Reder

“You Must Unlearn What You Have Learned”: Or, How Yoda, Decolonization, and Indigenous Digital Media Fit Together
Alix Shield

Teaching Indigenous Literatures in French and in Translation
Sarah Henzi

Studies in Canadian Literature

46(2), 186–212, 2021

Special Issue: Indigenous Literary Arts of Truth and Redress / Arts littéraires autochtones de vérité et de réparation

“And Whom We Have Become”: Indigenous Women’s Narratives of Redress in Quebec

Sarah Henzi


Personal and Material Geographies

An Exhibit of Contemporary Craft

Craft Council of British Columbia, 2020

re-sanctify. (reconciliation is remediation).

annie ross

The Canadian Geographer

Volume 63, Issue 4

Winter / hiver 2019

Indigenous Bioregionalisms (love Mother Earth): Relationship, Creation, Ethics, Love

annie ross


47/3, Winter, 2018

on gathering tree roots

annie ross


Journal of American Indian Education

Vol. 57, No. 2, 2018

Indigenous Education: Using the Science of Storywork to Teach With and Within Instead of About Indigenous Peoples

Sheryl MacMath & Wenona Hall

American Indian Culture and Research Journal

Vol. 41, No. 1, 2017

Stó:lō Community Entrepreneurship and Economics: Rebuilding the Circle

Keith James & Wenona Hall

The Capilano Review

Issue 3.3 (Fall, November 2017)



what a prayer looks like

pottery and other beings

annie ross


Canadian Journal of Native Education

Vol. 38, No. 1., 2016

Úcwalmicw and Indigenous pedagogies in Teacher Education Programs: Beginning, Proceeding, and Closing in Good Ways

Kicya7 Joyce Schneider

Canadian Literature

230-231: Indigenous Literature and the Arts of Community, 2016

Indigenous Literatures and the Arts of Community: Editors’ Afterword
Sam McKegney and Sarah Henzi

Entre orature et écriture : souveraineté, décolonisation et culture populaire autochtones
Sarah Henzi

flower headband
land is more than land
annie ross

“This show won’t mean anything unless it comes from ‘the people’”:wâhkôhtowin in Tomson Highway’s Kiss of the Fur Queen Movie Treatment
June Scudeler


Violence Against Women

Vol. 20 (1), 2014

Never Innocent Victims: Street Sex Workers in Canadian Print Media

Susan Strega, Caitlin Janzen, Jeannie Morgan, Leslie Brown, Robina Thomas and Jeannine Carriére