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Leo Baskatawang


Assistant Professor


Dr. Leo Baskatawang is an Anishinaabe scholar from Lac Des Mille Lacs First Nation in Treaty #3 territory. His primary research interests include: the history of Indigenous peoples (with particular attention to the Anishinaabe); Indigenous law and Canadian policy; treaty interpretation and implementation; Indigenous education; Indigenous resistance and activism; the processes of colonization, reconciliation, and decolonization; as well as Indigenous literature, art, and representation.


Baskatawang, Leo. 2023. Reclaiming Anishinaabe Law: Kinamaadiwin Inaakonigewin and the Treaty Right to Education. ‎ University of Manitoba Press.

Baskatawang, Leo. 2023. “A Brief History of Reconciliation in Canada.” Peace Review 35 (1): 109–18.

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