Renée E. Bédard, PhD

Faculty of Education




Renée E. Bédard, PhD

(Anishinaabe) Assistant Professor
Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education/Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education

Courses Taught

ABST 1P50: Aboriginal Spirituality
ABST 2F14:Decolonizing Aboriginal Women's Identities

Research Interests

Indigenous Ethics, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Research, Indigenous Women, Indigenous Culture and the Arts.

Publications

“Role Models: An Anishinaabe-kwe Perspective,” in Journal of Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la femme, Vo. 26, No. 3,4 (Winter, 2008), 190-192.

“Keepers of the Water: Nnishnaabe-kwewag Speaking for the Water,” in Lighting the Eighth Fire: Liberation, Resurgence and Protectio of Indigenous Nations, ed. Leanne Simpson, (Winnipeg, MB: Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2008).

“Anishinaabe-kwe Ideology on Mothering and Motherhood,” in “Until Our Hearts are on the Ground:” Aboriginal Mothering, Oppression, Resistance and Rebirth, eds., Dawn Memee Lavell-Harvard and Jeanette Corviere Lavell, (Toronto: Demeter Press, 2006), 55-65.
 

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Renee E. Bedard
Renée E. Bédard
Faculty of Education

Brock University
St. Catharines, On.

Room 105, Research and Innovation Building
T 905 688 5550 x4757
E rbedard@brocku.ca