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Jarvis Brownlie

he/him

Image of Jarvis standing against a brick wall with his arms folded.

Dr. Jarvis Brownlie is a transgender white settler Canadian who teaches history at the University of Manitoba. His research focuses on Canadian settler colonialism, Crown-First Nation relations, treaties, and hydropower extractivism. He is currently involved in community-driven, collaborative research with Inniniw and Ithine communities in northern Manitoba on the current and historical impacts of hydro dams, with a particular focus on gendered experiences. 

Image Credit: Ruth Bonneville

Publications/Papers

Brownlie, Jarvis. “‘Our Fathers Fought for the British:’ Racial Discourses and Indigenous Allies in Upper Canada,” Social History/Histoire sociale vol. L, no. 102 (Nov. 2017), 259-284.

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