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Dr. A. Blair Stonechild

Program Coordinator, Indigenous Studies and Professor
Indigenous Studies
Phone:
306.790.5950 ext. 3205
Email:
abstonechild@firstnationsuniversity.ca

Credentials: 

  • BA (McGill)  
  • MA (Regina)  
  • PhD (Regina)  

Research Interests: 

  • Indigenous History
  • Indigenous Policy
  • Indigenous Spirituality
  • Indian Residential Schools  

Expertise:  

  • North American Indigenous History
  • History of Indian Policy
  • Indigenous Post-Secondary Education
  • Museum Practices and Indigenous Peoples  

Major Publications:  

  • Stonechild, Blair and Bill Waiser, Loyal till Death: Indians and the North West Rebellion. Fifth House, Calgary, 1997.  
  • Stonechild, Blair, The New Buffalo: The Struggle for Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education, University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 2006.  
  • Stonechild, Blair, Buffy Sainte-Marie: It’s My Way, Fifth House, Markham, 2012.  
  • Stonechild, Blair, The Knowledge Seeker: Embracing Indigenous Spirituality, University of Regina Press, 2016.  

Courses Taught:  

  • INDG 200 – Introduction to International Indigenous Studies  
  • INDG 228 – Indigenous History –Eastern Canada  
  • INDG 229 – Indigenous History –Western Canada  
  • INDG 270 – Museums and First Peoples  
  • INDG 232 – Indigenous Religion and Philosophy Systems  
  • INDG 290 – History of Indian Residential Schools  
  • INDG 301 – Contemporary Indigenous Peoples of Canada  
  • INDG 320 – Indians and the Hudson’s Bay Company  
  • INDG 332 – Indigenous Religion and Philosophy  
  • INDG 338 – Reserves: Their History and Development  
  • INDG 415 – North American Indigenous Religious Philosophies  
  • INDG 421 – Issues in Self-Determination INDG 890 – Directed Reading and Research 
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