Resources

The Robinson Treaties of 1850

Morrison, J. (1996). The Robinson Treaties of 1850: A case study. Prepared for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.

Empowering small-scale, community-based fisheries through a food systems framework

Lowitt, K., Levkoe, C., Spring, A., Turlo, C., Williams, P., Bird, S., Sayers, D., & Simba, M. (2020). Empowering small-scale, community-based fisheries through a food systems framework. Marine Policy 120.

History of Batchewana Indian Reserve

Indigenous Self-Determination and Food Sovereignty through Fisheries Governance in the Great Lakes Region

Lowitt, K., Levkoe C.Z., Lauzon, R., Ryan, K. and Sayers, D. (2019). Indigenous Self-Determination and Food Sovereignty through Fisheries Governance in the Great Lakes Region. In: Andrée, P. Clark, J.K., Levkoe C.Z., Lowitt, K. (Eds.). Civil Society and Social Movements in Food System Governance. Routledge, Series on Food, Society and Environment. Levkoe, C., Lowitt, K.

Notice of Assertations

Batchewana First Nation. (2021). Notice of assertions.

Regina v. Agawa

R. Vs. Agawa , 1988. Ontario Court of Appeal.

Treaty research report: The Robinson Treaties (1850)

Surtees, R. (1986) Treaty research report: The Robinson Treaties (1850). Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.

Towards self-determination and resurgence in small-scale fisheries: insights from batchewana first nation fisheries.

Lowitt, K., Levkoe, C., & Sayers, D. (2022). Maritime Studies 22(1).

Advancing radical food geography praxis through participatory film: Reflections from an Indigenous-settler food sovereignty collaboration.

Levkoe, C., Lowitt, K., Furlotte, S., & Sayers. D. (Forthcoming). ACME: An international journal for critical geographies.

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