This book will appeal t only to students and scholars of Aboriginal studies, Canadian studies, law, and politics but to Canadians who identify as Metis and who participate in debates and discussion about Metis identity.
Chris Andersen is an associate professor, the associate dean (research), and the director of the Rupertsland Centre for Metis Research in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta. He is also the current editor of aboriginal policy studies, an online, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing on Metis, non-Status Indian, and urban Aboriginal issues in Canada and abroad. He is co-editor of Indigenous in the City: Contemporary Identities and Cultural Innovation (UBC Press, 2013).
Winner of NAISA Best Subsequent Book Prize, NAISA 2015 (United States).