Thesis and Dissertations

Leonzo Barreno
Winona Wheeler
PhD
Danielle Bird
Sarah Nickel
MA
Blake Charles
Bonita Beatty
PhD
Roberta Desnomie
Robert Innes
MA
Michelle Hogan
Ron Laliberte
PhD
Jacinthe Messier
Simon Lambert
MA
Swapna Padmanabha
Robert Innes
PhD
Candice Pete
Priscilla Settee
PhD
Krystl Raven
Sarah Nickel
PhD
Anna Schneider
Robert Innes
PhD
Jacqueline Smith
Winona Wheeler
MA
Mylan Tootoosis
Robert Innes
PhD

Student Name

Supervisor

Title

Degree

Year

Denali Youngwolfe Adam Gaudry Miyo-Ohpikawasowin Raising Our Children in a Good Way: Disrupting Indigenous Child Removal Systems - Kinship Care in Northern Saskatchewan MA 2017
Allison Piche Robert Innes Inspired Minds: An Exploration of a Creative Writing Classroom at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre MA 2015 
Robert Henry
Caroline Tait
Indigenous Lens: Understanding Indigenous Masculinity and Street Gang Involvement
PhD
 2015
Dana Carriere
Bonita Beatty
Northern First Nation Economic Success Through Pimâcihowin Principles: Case Study of a Woodland Cree Community in Northern Saskatchewan
MA
2014
Sabrina Mullis
Robert A. Innes
Reclaiming Our Lands: Muskoday First Nation’s Narrative of Agency, Self-Determination and Nation-Building
MA
2014
Deanna Raymond
Brenda Macdougall
The Impacts of CCF Policy on THE Northwestern Saskatchewan Metis Trapping Economy, 1930-1960
MA
2013
Lindsay Knight
Priscilla Settee
Resistance in Indigenous Music: A Continuum of Sound
MA
2013
Albert Berland
Robert Innes
Frog Lake First Nation and Economic Development: A Case Study
MA
2012
Velvet Maud
Caroline Tait
Understanding Narratives of Illness and Contagion as a Strategy to Prevent Tuberculosis among Metis in Southern Manitoba
MA
2012
Rebecca Major
Robert Innes
Breaking the Chain of Dependency: Using Treaty Land Entitlement to Create First Nations Economic Self-Sufficiency in Saskatchewan
MA
2010
Anne Mease
Roger Maaka
Once the Land is For Certain: A Study of Selkirk First Nation Perspectives Towards Land Management, 1997 – 2004
MA
2009
Cheryl Troupe
Brenda Macdougall
Métis Urbanization and the Development of Métis Institutions in Saskatoon, 1930-1980 MA 2009
Michelle Hogan
Winona Wheeler
“They’re Tough, These Women!”:The Everyday Resistance of Aboriginal Women to Dehumanization by Government Agencies
MA
2008
Brenda Macdougall Frank Tough Socio-Cultural Development and Identity Formation of Metis Communities In Northwestern Saskatchewan, 1776-1907 PhD 2005
Cheryl Swidrovich
James Waldram
Positive Experiences of First Nations Children in Non-Aboriginal Foster or Adoptive Care: De-Constructing The "Sixties Scoop" MA 2005
Karyn Drane
Patricia Monture
Landscapes of Difference: An Inquiry into the Discourse of The National Park and its Effects on Aboriginal Identity Production
MA
2003
Brenda McLeod Peggy Martin-McGuire Treaty Land Entitlement in Saskatchewan: Conflicts in Land Use and Occupancy in the Witchekan Lake Area MA 2001
Robert Innes F. L. Barron/J.R. Miller Socio-Political Influence of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Veterans, 1946-1960 MA 2000
Grace Ouellette
Ron Murken
The Fourth World: Aboriginal Women's Activism and Feminism
MA
1999
Leanna Parker
Frank Tough
Paternalism and Identity: The Role of Personal Labour Organization in the Formation of Group Identity Among the Metis in the Rupertsland Fur Trade and the Aboriginal People in the Northern Australian Cattle Industry MA
1999
John Thorton
Laurie Barron
The National Policy, the Department of the Interior and Original Settlers: Land Claims of the Metis, Green Lake, Saskatchewan, 1909-1930
MA
1997
Rodolpho Pino Frank Tough Autonomy in Nicaragua and Nunavut: a Comparative Study in Self-Determination MA 1996
Veronica V. Cranstonsmith
Frank Tough
Chipewyan Hunting, Scientific Research and State Conservation of the Barren-Ground Caribou, 1940-1970
MA
1995
Melissa Layman
James B. Waldram
Utilization of Traditional Health Care Systems by the Native Population of Saskatoon, Sasktchewan
MA
1989