Nicole Latulippe

 
Nicole Latulippe
Assistant Professor
HL538
647-601-4471

Biography: 

Nicole joined the University of Toronto Scarborough’s departments of Human Geography and Physical and Environmental Sciences in 2018. Her research focus includes Indigenous (Anishinabek) systems of knowledge, governance, and law as they relate to the environment (water, fisheries, land management, environmental justice). She is developing an interest in Indigenous placemaking in urban settings. Prior to joining UTSC, Nicole worked in First Nations political advocacy for the Union of Ontario Indians (Anishinabek Nation) on the implementation of recommendations from the Ipperwash Inquiry. She was also Research Associate in Indigenous Law, Justice, and Research Theory and Practice at York University.

Nicole’s research practice is community-based and draws on Indigenous and critical qualitative Western research methodologies. Outreach and knowledge mobilization within both academic and public spheres are key. Nicole’s work is published in international Indigenous scholarly journals and she writes for Anishinabek News and other community-based outlets. Nicole’s research and teaching program contributes to scholarly and policy oriented conversations relevant to Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities in Canada and abroad.

Project involvement:

Indigenous Environmental Justice Project: http://iejproject.info.yorku.ca/

Fish-WIKS: http://fishwiks.ca/

Publications: 

Select academic publications:

Latulippe, N. 2015. Bridging Parallel Rows: Epistemic Difference and Relational Accountability in Cross-Cultural Research, International Indigenous Policy Journal, 6(2): 1-17. [Special issue, the Future of Traditional Knowledge Research: Building Partnership and Capacity]. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1223&context=iipj

Latulippe, N. 2015. Situating the Work: A Typology of Traditional Knowledge Literature, AlterNative, 11(2): 118-131.

Recent non-academic writing:

Latulippe, N. 2018, April 14. Tkaronto’s Soaring Eagles: A conversation with youth movement leaders. Anishinabek News.

 http://anishinabeknews.ca/2018/04/14/tkarontos-soaring-eagles-a-conversation-with-youth-movement-leaders/

Latulippe, N. 2017, September 27. Nbwaach’ding (visiting) and Anishinaabe knowledge at the Manitoulin Island Summer Historical Institute. Anishinabek News.

http://anishinabeknews.ca/2017/09/27/nbwaachding-visiting-and-anishinaabe-knowledge-on-manitoulin-island/

Latulippe, N. 2016, October. The Nation-to-Nation Relationship (and Beyond). Enkamgak, Nipissing First Nation newsletter. Page 18.  http://www.nfn.ca/newsletters/2015/news_oct2016.pdf

Education: 

Ph.D. University of Toronto - 2017

M.A. University of Guelph - 2008

B.A. (Hons) Nipissing University - 2006