Jesse Thistle (Metis, Cree) is currently doing an MA at the University of Waterloo, and is a recent BA graduate of York University. His research interests are Indigenous history, especially Metis, Canadian colonization, Metis health research, homelessness, and addiction studies. He has published articles on HIV in contemporary Canadian reserves, Canadian policies on homelessness, his family history, and his journey to sobriety. He is currently researching Metis history in Toronto, northern Ontario, and road allowance communities in Saskatchewan.
Veröffentlichungen bei WAXMANN:
Conflicts and Cohabitation
2016, 260 Seiten, broschiert, 32,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-3385-4