Erynne Gilpin

Erynne Gilpin
Position
Assistant teaching professor
Indigenous Studies
Status

on leave until Feb 2022

Contact
Office: CLE A415
Credentials

MA (UVic), PhD (UVic)

Area of expertise

Land-based wellness, Traditional Birth-work and Place-based Knowledge Mobilization in North, Central and South America. 

(Michif [Manitoba Metis Federation], Filpina, Celtic) With a PhD (2019) of Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria, Erynne's current Post-Doctoral research focuses include: Land-based wellness, Traditional Birth-work and Place-based Knowledge Mobilization in North, Central and South America.  Living part-time in Canada and in Brazil, Erynne is thrilled to join Indigenous Studies, a community dedicated to anti-oppressive education pedagogues, radical community-leadership and land-based governance.

Languages spoken:  English, French, Portuguese, Spanish / Learning:Nehiyawewin