Co-researchers and Collaborators

Michel Morin

Michel Morin is a professor in the Faculty of Law at the Université de Montréal. His teaching and research activities are concerned with the comparative history of law, the evolution of the rights of indigenous peoples, and comparative law. In 1998, the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences awarded him the Jean-Charles Falardeau Lire plus / Read more

Sabine Mas

Sabine Mas is an associate professor at the École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information (EBSI, the school for library and information science) at the Université de Montréal. She has a bachelor’s degree in history from the Université de Provence, a master’s degree in archival science from the Université de Haute-Alsace, a certificate in Lire plus / Read more

Mariette Manigouche

Mariette Manigouche is an Ilnu from Mashteuiatsh. She was raised in the woods, in close contact with traditional Pekuakamiulnuatsh life, and is a fluent speaker of Nehlueun, her native language. She has passed on her knowledge of her territory, its traditions and its language to her children. She works as an artisan, making mostly moccasins Lire plus / Read more

Andy Wilson

Andy Wilson was born and grew up in the Haida village of Skidegate. He is the son of Chief Skedans. He has worked very actively on the revitalization of Haida culture and art. He has worked as a cultural interpreter for his community and has participated in a program aiming to protect sites of cultural Lire plus / Read more

Lyne Da Sylva

Lyne Da Sylva has a multidisciplinary background in mathematics, computer science, linguistics and computational linguistics. Her doctoral thesis focused on the study of default values in formal ​​syntactic representations, addressing both the theoretical linguistic aspects and the practical computational aspects. Her multidisciplinary training has led her to work on various research projects in Natural Language Lire plus / Read more

Jean Leclair

Full Professor at the University of Montreal since 2002 ; Associate Professor, University of Montreal 1996-2002 ; Assistant Professor, University of Montreal 1991-1996 ; Sessional Lecturer, University of Montreal 1989-1991 ; Law clerk for a Judge at the Federal Court of Appeals 1986-1988 ; Member of the Quebec Bar Association since 1987. Pierre Elliott Trudeau Lire plus / Read more

Amy Van Allen

Amy Van Allen joined the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in 1999. She spent the first 12 years facilitating the museum’s relationships with Indigenous communities across the Western Hemisphere, managing numerous community-based projects, as well as international relations and partnerships. Now a project manager, Amy’s most recent project was the development of the Lire plus / Read more

Reesa Greenberg

Reesa Greenberg is an art historian, independent scholar and museum consultant whose research focuses on exhibition and display. She has worked as a consultant for exhibition and installation projects at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam, and on the Mirroring Evil exhibition at the Jewish Museum, Lire plus / Read more

Ann Stevenson

Ann Stevenson is Information Manager at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology and is responsible for digital media policy, projects and related systems. For example she currently manages over 87,000 digital images created for the Museum’s Collections online site and for the Reciprocal Research Network. She is also Head of the Audrey and Lire plus / Read more

Louise Siméon

Louise has worked at the Native Museum of Mashteuiatsh since 1986. She established a classification system for the museum’s photo archives and is currently helping the museum to evaluate the community’s archival potential, in order to create an Aboriginal archives centre. Museum guide and interpreter for several years, she joined the museum committee to help Lire plus / Read more