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|A Métis (otipemisiw) scholar teaching Anthropology (human-animal relations, Métis legal traditions) at Carleton University. Topic: Applying Indigenous (Métis) feminisms in everyday research praxis|
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University
Zoe Todd (Métis/otipemisiw) is from Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton), Alberta, Canada. She writes about fish, art, Métis legal traditions, the Anthropocene, extinction, and decolonization in urban and prairie contexts. She also studies human-animal relations, colonialism and environmental change in north/western Canada.