• Robert C. Paehlke

    ROBERT C. PAEHLKE is a professor emeritus of Environmental and Resource Studies and Political Science at Trent University in Peterborough. The founding editor of the journal Alternatives: Canadian Ideas and Action, Paehlke is the author of Democracy’s Dilemma, Conservation and Environmentalism, and Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics.

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  • Pamela Palmater

    Dr. Pamela D. Palmater is a Mi’kmaw citizen and member of the Eel River Bar First Nation in northern New Brunswick. She is a practicing lawyer and currently an Associate Professor and the Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University. She has been recognized with many awards and honours for her social justice advocacy on behalf of First Nations generally, and Indigenous women and children specifically, and most recently for her work related to murdered and missing Indigenous women.

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  • Bryan D. Palmer

    Bryan D. Palmer

    Bryan D. Palmer was the Trent University Canada Research Chair (2001-2015), and currently chairs the Department of Canadian Studies.

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  • Martin Pâquet

    Martin Pâquet

    Martin Pâquet is professor of history at Université Laval and holds the Chair for the Development of Research in French Culture in North America (CÉFAN).

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  • Shiri Pasternak

    Shiri Pasternak is the co-founder and former Research Director at Yellowhead Institute (2018-2021), currently on a research leave from the Institute. She is an Assistant Professor in Criminology at X University. Her book, Grounded Authority, published by the University of Minnesota Press, is an in-depth critique of the federal land claims policy in Canada from the perspective of Algonquin law, and was published in 2017. It won the Canadian Studies Network Book Prize in 2017 and the Western Political Science Association Clay Morgan Award for Best Book in Environmental Political Theory. It also won an honourable mention from the Association & Anthropology, Legal Studies Association Book Prize. Pasternak is the co-author of three major Indigenous policy analysis reports published by the Yellowhead Institute, as well as numerous briefs on issues like critical infrastructure, international law, and abolition. She is a frequent contributor to national newspapers and magazines, receiving an honourable mention this year by the Digital Publishing Awards for her writing on the Wet’suwet’en conflict in 2020. She has also published academic writing in the South Atlantic Quarterly, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, Antipode, the New Brunswick Journal of Law, and Environment and Planning D. She writes about resource extraction, Crown-First Nations fiscal relations, police, and the relationships between capitalism and colonialism.

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  • Matt Petersen

    Matt Peterson is an organizer at Woodbine, an experimental space in New York City. He is the co-director of The Native and the Refugee, a multi-media documentary project on American Indian reservations and Palestinian refugee camps.

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