Dr. Carole Leclair
Associate Professor, Indigenous and Society, Culture, and Environment
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 519.756.8228 ext.5729
Office Location: RCE 317
Every few years I make the journey back to
Thesis Metis Environmentalism: La Tayr pi tout li Moonde.
Supervisors Dr. Peter Homenuck and Dr. Sylvia Bowerbank.
1999/2000 Eshkentam-Nishnaabemang Mzinagan (Ojibwe
1997 M.A. English.
1995 Honours BA English/Gerontology,
Areas of Academic Interest
Aboriginal environmental thought, Indigenous
Studies, English and Indigenous literature, gender and sexualities, radical
democracies, cultural landscapes and women’s activisms.
Carole Leclair and Sandi Warren
(2006) “Portals and Potlatch: Indigenous People and Information Technology”I n
Information Technology and Indigenous People. Editor, Stephen Grant.
Carole Leclair, Lynn Nicholson
and Elize Hartley (2003)“From the Stories Women Tell.” In Strong Women’s Stories: Native Vision
and Community Survival. Eds. Kim
Anderson and Bonita Lawrence.
Carole Leclair (2002) “Memory
Alive: Race, Religion and Metis Identities” Essays on Canadian Writing. Issue 75, Special Issue: Race. Winter
Carole Leclair "Metis Teaching and Learning across Cultures" in Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal, Spring 1998: 123-126. Re-published online in Part Two of the special 25th Anniversary Volume of Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal. Institute for the Study of Women, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS. Spring 2001.