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I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Nutrition at Toronto Metropolitan University. I also hold an Adjunct Assistant Professor appointment in the School of Public Health Sciences at University of Waterloo.
Indigenous individuals and communities have experienced historic and ongoing negative interactions with Western health care and biomedical research. To rebuild trust and mitigate power structures between researchers and Indigenous peoples, researchers can adopt Indigenous epistemologies in methodologies, such as nonhierarchical approaches to relati...
Citation: Juutilainen, S.A. (2017). Haudenosaunee women as mothers of the nation: Resilience in the wake of Indian residential school legacies. American Journal of Indigenous Studies, 1, SI35-SI43. Retrieved from http://www.asraresearch.org/ajis-special-issue-vol-1-no-2/ ABSTRACT This case study illustrates Haudenosaunee women's individual and coll...
This paper draws on new feminist materialist and posthuman theories to explore discrimination experienced by Sámi attendees at Finnish boarding schools. The aim is to shift attention away from the human actor to a wider field of power relations, and consider discrimination as force relations, emerging dynamically through assemblages of, for example...
The objective of this study was to explore, as an example of structural racism, the effects of residential school and boarding school on the self-perceived health of Indigenous peoples’ in Canada and Finland. Structured interviews were conducted at Six Nations of the Grand River and Inari municipality. The individual and intergenerational negative...