- Indigenous Foods
- Indigenous politics
- Social Economies in Indigenous Communities
- Indigenous Knowledge Systems
- Protection of Biodiversity
- Impact of Globalization on Indigenous Peoples
- Indigenous Women's Rights
- Food Sovereignty
Native Politics NS 264, Term 2011
Indigenous Food Sovereignty Term 1 2011
Indigenous Women NS 271.3, Term 2, 2010
NS 271.3, Indigenous Women(Section 1), Term 1, 2010
NS 271.3, Indigenous Women(Section 2),Term 1, 2010
NS480, Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Term 1, 2010
Indigenous Peoples and Nations States NS366.6, Term 1 & 2, 2009
Indigenous Peoples and Nations States NS366.6, Term 1 & 2, 2008
Indigenous Women NS 271.3, Term 2, 2009
University of Winnipeg, Urban and Inner-City Studies Summer Institute
Inner-City Neighbourhood Revitalization Strategies: The Cases of
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Saskatoon’s Core Neighbourhoods
and Selected Winnipeg Inner-City Neighbourhoods, May 2008
Sustaining Language and Culture Throughout Traditional Knowledge and Practises, Canadian Indigenous Languages & Literacy Development Institute, University of Alberta, Summer 2007
Native Studies 105, 2007
Native Studies 106, 2008
Sustaining Language and Culture Throughout Traditional Knowledge and Practises, Canadian Indigenous Languages & Literacy Development Institute, University of Alberta, Summer 2006
Globalization and Indigenous Language Loss, CILLDI, University of Alberta, Summer 2005
Indian Studies 236,Indigenous Economic, Environmental, and Geographic Systems, First Nations University of Canada, 2005
International Centre of Indigenous Peoples, Nuuk Greenland, Faculty. Winter 2003
Knowledge, Biodiversity and Community Rights(graduate course) 2002
Aboriginal Peoples, Sciences and the Environment, The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1996
INVITED LECTURES OUTSIDE U OF S AND INVITED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Settee, P.(2010). “Indigenous Food Sovereignty”, Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policy, University of Pondicherry, India, 8 Oct. 2010.
Settee, P.(2010), Discussant, “Repositioning Indigeneity in Latin America”, The Program in Latin American Studies, Department of Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, 5 Nov. 2010.
Settee, P.(2010), Speaker, “Indigenous Food Sovereignty”, Department of Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, 4 Nov. 2010.
Settee, P.(2010). Keynote Address, “Indigenous women, Essential Knowledges in Research and Development of Nations”Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research, University of Alberta,
Settee, P.(2010). Keynote Panel Presentation: “Indigenous Food Sovereignty- The decolonizing Acknowledgement of our Roots and Seeds” Food Secure Canada Assembly , University of Montreal, 27 Nov. 2010.
Settee, P. (2011) "Traditional Approach to Integrated Health and Wellness, Sacredness of Traditional Foods” Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nation Health and Social Development Secretariat, Traditional Foods and Environmental Contaminants Workshop, 5 Mar.
Settee, P. (2011), speaker “Indigenous Women: From the Personal to the Political”, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Student Teachers Anti-Racism Society's (STARS) conference. 26 Mar.
P.Settee(2011), presenter, “Health Benefits of Traditional Foods”8th Annual Aboriginal Gathering on Diabetes, Indigenous Foods, 3 May.
P.Settee(2011), “Indigenous Food Sovereignty,” Health Promotion & Disease Prevention Directorate, Health Canada, First Nations & Inuit Health, Enoch First Nations Cree, Alberta Region, 7-8, June.
Settee, P. (2011), “Oskayak High School” Native American Indigenous Studies Association Annual Conference, Sacramento, California, May 19
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Consultation, Organization of American States, June 2-4th, 2010,Washington, D.C.
Miyo Machihowin, Native women’s Association of Canada, National Aboriginal Health Careers Conference, Food Sovereignty Food Security and Indigenous Health,March 11, 2010 Edmonton, Alberta
Indigenous Studies and engaged Anthropology: Opening a Dialogue “Indigenous Food Knowledge: A case for Sovereignty, Intellectual Property and Community Determination: 15-17 September 2009 Durham University United Kingdom
The Social Economy and Indigenous Communities, New Approaches to Governance in Saskatchewan, September 26, 2009, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Food conference, Historical Perspectives & Indigenous Food Security,October 2-3, 2009, Moose Jaw,
Miyo Machihowin,Native women’s Association of Canada, National Aboriginal Health Careers Conference, ,Food Sovereignty Food Security and Indigenous Health, Edmonton, Alberta, March 11, 2010
Indigenous Women: A Voice for Nationhood, March 5, 2009, Department of Geography and Planning Symposia, University of Saskatchewan
Critical Black and Indigeneity Symposium, March 17-18, San Francisco State University, American Indian Studies,San Francisco, California
P.Settee, 2009, Keynote Speaker, “A Brief History of Indigenous Food Sovereignty, North American Indigenous Food Symposium, June 5
P.Settee, 2009, speaker, “Food, Culture and Wellness, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Wellness Conference, March 7
P. Settee, 2008, Keynote Speaker, “Protecting Indigenous Knowledge and Heritage” Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre’s First Nations Language Keepers Conference, December 4
P.Settee, 2008, presenter, Environmental Roundtable, Native Women’s Association of Canada, Halifax, December 7-8.
P.Settee, 2008, panel speaker, Out in the Cold Video presentation, Saskatoon, October 27
P.Settee, 2008, presenter, Environmental Roundtable, Native Women’s Association of Canada, Halifax, July 6.
P.Settee, 2008, Presenter, United Nations Permanent Forum on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Expert Group Meeting on Indigenous Languages, New York, January
P.Settee, 2007, Presenter, Global consultation on Genetically Modified Organisms, World Council of Churches, Johannesburg, South Africa, November
P.Settee, 2007, Presenter, Indigenous Food Contributions, National Farmer’s Union, November
P.Settee, 2007,Presenter, Sustainable Energy Considerations, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Conference, A Matter of Time, Regina, October
P.Settee, 2007, Presenter, Indigenous contributions to Global Foods, Heifer Regional Meeting, Muskoday First Nations, August
P.Settee, 2006, Presenter, Canadian Indigenous Languages and Literacy Development Institute, Aichi,Japan
P. Settee, 2005. The Globalization of Agricultural Biotechnology: Multi-Disciplinary Views from the South, University of Warwick, Centre for Globalization and Regionalization, presented paper on "Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Global Food Systems and Community Sovereignty", March 11-13
P. Settee, 2005. North American Council on Aboriginal Knowledge and Species at Risk consultation with Native Women of Canada, Ottawa, March 30 & 31.
P. Settee, 2005. Awasis, Aboriginal Educators annual Conference presentation on Youth Leadership Programs, April 20
P. Settee, 2005. A Native Health and Traditional Food Conference "Decolonizing Our Bodies/Feeding the Spirit", Centre for Ecology and the Environment, California, June 30.
P. Settee, 2004. Awasis Aboriginal Educators annual Conference presentation April 28.
P. Settee, 2004. Keynote Speaker, CMHC National Meeting, "Urban Indigenous Housing and Community Development Challenges", Saskatoon, September 22.
P. Settee, 2004. Keynote Speaker, Prairie Wide Organics Conference "Organic connections, Connecting the Organic Community", "Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Foods and Organics", November 15
P. Settee, 2002. Presenter Awasis Indian Education Annual Meeting, March.
P. Settee, 2002. How Equal are Indigenous Women?, University of Hawaii, Office of Employment Equity, April.
P. Settee, 2002. Hosted workshop on Residential Schools History, April.
P. Settee, 2002. Think Tank for the Carold Institute Symposium on Citizenship and Globalization, May.
P. Settee, 2002. Panel Presentation, Indigenous Science Knowledge, International Conference on Women Scientists and Engineers, Ottawa, Ontario, July.
P. Settee, 2001. Canadian Indigenous Languages and Literacy Development Institute. AWASIS Indian Education Conference, April 6, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
P. Settee, 2001. Indigenous Science Knowledge. AWASIS Indian Education Conference, April 6, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
P. Settee, 2001. Impact of the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas on Indigenous Peoples, Concordia Student’s Union Conference, January 26, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
P. Settee, 2000. Indigenous Knowledge in the Sciences and a Practical Application in the Super Saturday Project. Canadian Indigenous Native Studies Association, University of Alberta, May 30, Edmonton, Alberta.
P. Settee, 2000. In Support of the Case for Indigenous Science Knowledge, a Review of the Literature. Awasis Indian Education Conference, April 13-14, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
P. Settee, 2000. Indigenous Knowledge in the Sciences and a Practical Application in the Super Saturday Project. The National Congress on Rural Education, Saskatchewan Education Leadership Unit (SELU), April 6, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
P. Settee, 2000. Aboriginal Issues at Canadian Universities. National Aboriginal Caucus Meeting of the Canadian Federation of Students, March 4, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Nominated – Excellence in Teaching Award 2010-11University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union
Oxfam's Saskatoon W8 Women of Distinction
P.Settee, Saskatchewan Council for International Co-operation, Global Citizen’s Award, 2008
P.Settee, Doctoral Fellowship Award, Canada Millenium Scholarship Foundation, $6,000, 2005
Nominated – Excellence in Teaching Award 2007-2008, University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union
Professional & Association Offices and Committee Activity outside University:
Faculty Fellow, Centre for Global Citizenship Education & Research (CGCER) Department of Educational Policy Studies , University of Alberta
Settee, P. (Ed.). (2011). Akemeyimow, A Book of Women’s Stories. Regina. Coteau Publishing.
Laliberte, Ron, Priscilla Settee, James Waldram, Rob Innes, Brenda Macdougall, Lesley McBain and F. Laurie Barron, Editors. Expressions in Canadian Native Studies. Saskatoon: University Extension Press, University of Saskatchewan, 2000
Chapters in Books:
Settee, P.(2011). Learning from the indigenous global south, In G. Dei (Ed.), International Handbook/reader on indigenous Philosophies and Critical Education (pp. 434-450). New York. Peter Lang Publishing.
Settee,P. (2011). The Social Economy and Indigenous Communities. In D. McGrane (Ed.), New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy(pp.73-89), Regina: Canadian plains Research Centre.
P.Settee, Global Indigenous Knowledge Systems, In G.S. Dei, International Handbook/Reader on Indigenous Philosophies and Critical Pedagogies, New York, Peter Lang Publishing(forthcoming)
P.Settee, Storying of Native Women, In C. Chambers, E. Hasibe-Lute, A, Sinner, C. Leggo, Heart of Wisdom: Life Writing as Empathetic Inquiry, New York, Peter Lang Publishing(forthcoming)
P.Settee,Social Economies and First Nations, Metis Communities, In
P. Settee, 2008. Indigenous Knowledge as the Basis for our Future. In M.Nelson(ed.), Original Instructions - Indigenous Teaching For A Sustainable Future, Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions International (2008)
P.Settee, 2007. Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Protection and Integration by Ni-Vanuatu and Kanaka Maoli, Hawaii, The 4th International Conference on Indigenous Education:Asia/ Pacific Indigenous Studies Research Centre, First Nations University of Canada, 10 pages
P.Settee, 2003. The Human Genome Diversity Project and the Issue of Biodiversity. In C. Asetoyer, K. Cronk & S Hewakapuge (eds), Indigenous Women’s Health Book, Within the Sacred Circle, 247-253. Lakes Andes: Indigenous Women’s Press
P. Settee, 2000. The Issue of Biodiversity, Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Rights. In R. Laliberte, P. Settee, J Waldram, R. Innes, B. Macdougall, L. McBain, F.L. Barron (eds.), Expressions in Canadian Native Studies, 459-488. Saskatoon: University Extension Press.
P. Settee, 1985. Phoebe’s Trip to Mexico. In Maria Campbell (ed.), ACHIMOONA, 52-57, Saskatoon: Fifth House Publishing.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Priscilla Settee, (2010)First Nations First Thoughts, The impact of Indigenous Thought in Canada, Annis may Timpson, 323 pages, University of British Columbia Press, 2009,in the UNL Quarterly Journal(forthcoming)
Settee, Priscilla, Boehmer, Brady(2009), Paradigm Wars: Indigenous Peoples Resistance to Globalization, Jerry Mander and Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Editors, San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 2006 in the Journal of the Manitoba First Education Resource Centre
Priscilla Settee, Shelley Thomas Prokop, Community University Research Agreement, Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Volume 36, Supplement 2007,
P.Settee, Indigenous Women’s Stories of Truth, Stories of Hope, World Indigenous Higher Education Consortium, 3rd Edition, 2007
PAPERS IN PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS AND ABSTRACTS
P. Settee, 2000. The Case for Indigenous Knowledge. UBC Press, Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs “Protecting Knowledge, Traditional Resource Rights in the New Millennium”, included on CD-ROM of conference proceedings, February 26, Vancouver, British Columbia.
P. Settee, 2000. The Human Genome Project and the Issue of Biodiversity. The Canadian Biotechnology Workshop: Assessing its Effects on Women and Health Conference, York University, Toronto, Ontario, February 11-12, 184-190.
Selection of Publications (by Year)
- Settee, P. "Learning from the indigenous global south" In International Handbook/reader on indigenous Philosophies and Critical Education, edited by G. Dei, 434-450. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011.
- Settee, P. "The Social Economy and Indigenous Communities" In New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy, edited by David McGrane, 73-89. Regina, Sk.: Canadian plains Research Centre, 2011.
- Settee, P. "Travels Through Global Indigeneity: Testimony of a First Nations Scholar" In Heart of Wisdom, Life Writing as Empathetic Inquiry, edited by C. Chambers, E.Hasebe-Ludt, A. Sinner, and C. Leggo A. New York: Peter Lang In Press
Teaching & Supervision
Selection of Courses Taught (by Year)
- 2012 - Introduction to Native Studies
Aboriginal Communities food globalization indigenous knowledge politics women
Indigenous Foods, Food Sovereignty, Indigenous Women's Rights, Impact of Globalization on Indigenous Peoples, Protection of Biodiversity, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Social Economies in Indigenous Communities, Indigenous politics,
Awards & Honours
- University of Saskatchewan Provost Teaching Award for Excellence in Indigenous Education, awarded by University of Saskatchewan June 2012
- Queen Elizabeth Jubilee award for contribution to Canada, awarded by Governor General of Canada April 2012