- To be announced
- Geralyn Wichers, “Manomin Project restoring wild ‘rice’,” Manitoba Co-operator, 16 November 2020.
- Damien Davis, “’Whose lands are being inundated for my convenience?’ Native studies seminar discusses colonial roots of land extraction,” The Manitoban, 27 October 2020.
- Hannah Tait Neufeld, Brittany Luby, and Kim Anderson, “Indigenous Researchers Plant Seeds of Hope for Health and Climate,” Conversation Canada, 12 February 2019.
- Owen Roberts, “Wild rice comeback eyed by Indigenous harvesters,” GuelphToday.com, 26 November 2018.
- December, 2018. “Manomin Depletion in Northwestern Ontario” with Brittany Luby for CBC Sudbury, CBC London, CBC Windsor, CBC Kitchener-Waterloo, and CBC Thunder Bay.
- 31 May 2021. “Keynote Panel Plenary: Forced Migrations: A Dialogue,” with Chief Lorraine Cobiness, Afua Cooper, Brittany Luby, and Tina Loo for the Canadian Historical Association’s 2021 Annual Meeting: Mobility and Exchange.
- 20 November 2020. “Weaving Anishinaabe Knowledge and Western Science to Understand Manomin Decline on the Upper Winnipeg River” with Samantha Mehltretter for the Latornell Student Symposium, Diversity: The Foundation of Ecosystems & Societies.
- 27 May 2019. “Integrating Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Scientific Understanding to Assess the Impacts of Settler-Imposed Environmental Change on the Upper Winnipeg River’s Wild Rice (Manomin) Productivity” with Brittany Luby and Samantha Mehltretter for the Canadian Water Resources Association’s Shared Water, Competing Ethics: Collaboration in Water Management.
- 10 May 2019. “Defining and Challenging Loss: Community Alliance as a Response to Wild Rice (manomin) Crop Destruction on the Winnipeg River” with Brittany Luby, Andrea Bradford, and Samantha Mehltretter for McGill University’s Loss: A Symposium.
- 11 April 2019. “Community-led Active Research in the Fight for Anishinaabe Food Sovereignty in the Winnipeg River Drainage Basin” with Brittany Luby, Andrea Bradford, and Samantha Mehltretter for the American Society of Environmental History’s Histories at the Intersection of Indigenous Politics and Environmental Activism.
- 24 May 2018. “Environmental Flow Assessment of the Winnipeg River for Wild Rice Crop Growth in the Ochiichagwe’Babigo’IningOjibway Nation” (poster) with Samantha Mehltretter for the Natural Channel Systems’ Sustaining Connectivity: Exploring the Importance of Connectivity in Systems, Knowledge, Practice and Policy.
SEMINARS, WEBINARS, AND GUEST LECTURES
- 8 March 2021, 4:30-6:20 p. m. “Oral History Seminar for Undergraduate Students,” with Chief Cobiness and Brittany Luby for the University of Northern British Columbia.
- 5 March 2021. “Melville-Nelles-Hoffman Lecture in Environmental History,” with Chief Cobiness and Brittany Luby for the University of York’s Department of History.
- 17 December 2020. “‘An Alliance Between Humans and Creatures’: Indigenous Stories of Nature, Healing, and Resilience Webinar Series,” with Brittany Luby and Tiffanie Hardbarger for the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities’ Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change.
- 18 November 2020. “Dammed: The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory” (poster) with Chief Lorraine Cobiness and Brittany Luby for Queen’s University’s Cultural Studies Colloquium.
- 21 October 2020. “The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory,” with Chief Lorraine Cobiness and Brittany Luby for the University of Manitoba’s Native Studies Colloquium.
- 30 September 2020. “Relationality, Sustainability, and Community” guest lecture with Brittany Luby, Samantha Mehltretter, and Chief Lorraine Cobiness for the University of Guelph’s CTS*1000 Culture and Technology: Keywords.
- 29 July 2020. Brittany Luby and Samantha Mehltretter for the University of Guelph’s One Health’s (Net)Working Wednesdays.