Joyce Green

Professor Emerita
PhD (University of Alberta); MA (University of Calgary); BA/BSc (University of Lethbridge)

E-mail: Joyce.

Research interests
* Indigenous resurgence, Indigenous feminism, and Indigenizing the academy
* Ktunaxa land recovery and decolonization;
* a transformative ecology derived from relationship with place, epitomized by many traditional Indigenous conceptions of land

Joyce Green is Professor Emerita in PAIS ( Political and International Studies) at the University of Regina. She is the editor of Making Space for Indigenous Feminism (2007; 2nd ed. 2017) and Indivisible: Indigenous Human Rights (2014), both Fernwood Publishing. Her recent publications include “The Impossibility of Citizenship Liberation for Indigenous People” in Jatinder Mann (ed.), Citizenship in a Transnational Perspective: Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, Politics of Citizenship and Migration Series. 2017. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan) and “Enacting Reconciliation” in Visions of the Heart: Issues Involving Indigenous People in Canada, 5th ed., Gina Starblanket & David Long (eds.). 2019. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2019, pp.237-251. She has served as member and chair of the Canadian Political Science Association Reconciliation Committee from 2017 to 2023.