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VAL NAPOLEON

Associate professor, Law Foundation Professor of Aboriginal Justice and Governance, University of Victoria

MICHAEL ASCH

Professor Emeritus ,  Anthropology, University of Victoria

STACIE SWAIN

Graduate Student, Political Science, Indigenous Nationhood Program,

University of Victoria

MATT MURPHY

Associate Professor,

Peter B. Gustavson School of Business,

University of Victoria

ANA MARIA PEREDO

Professor, Environmental Studies, University of Victoria

JOHN BORROWS

Professor, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, University of Victoria

SHEFA SIEGEL

Teacher of Global Politics, Pearson College UWC

JUTTA GUTBERLET 

Professor, Geography, University of Victoria

BENJAMIN PERRIER

Research collaborator and Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Global Studies

University of Victoria

ELIZABETH VIBERT

Associate Professor, History, University of Victoria

ASTRID PEREZ PINAN

Visiting Fellow, Centre for Global Studies; Faculty Member,

School of Public Administration; University of Victoria

ANTHONY LADEN

Professor, Philosophy

University of Illinois
Chicago

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