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Marlyn Bennett


Associate Professor


Dr. Marlyn Bennett is director of the Masters of Social Work Based in Indigenous Knowledges. She specializes in Indigenous child welfare policy, qualitative research methods using Photovoice and digital storytelling and cultural safety for Indigenous women who have experienced sexual violence.


Albert, Jason, Dorothy Badry, Don Fuchs, Peter W. Choate, Marlyn Bennett, and H. Monty Montgomery, eds. 2022. Walking Together: The Future of Indigenous Child Welfare on the Prairies. Voices from the Prairies. Regina, SK.: University of Regina Press.,

Brownell, Marni, Stephanie Sinclair, Nathan Nickel, Marlyn Bennett, Hygiea Casiano, Anita Durksen, Elizabeth Decaire, et al. 2022. “Outcomes of Children Involved with Child Protection in Manitoba, Canada: A Demonstration Project for Working in Partnership across Government, Community Organizations, and Academia.” International Journal of Population Data Science 7 (3).,

Rieger, Kendra L., Marlyn Bennett, Donna Martin, Thomas F. Hack, Lillian Cook, and Bobbie Hornan. 2021. “Digital Storytelling as a Patient Engagement and Research Approach With First Nations Women: How the Medicine Wheel Guided Our Debwewin Journey.” Qualitative Health Research, 1–13.

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