Gabrielle Legault

Assistant Professor

Indigenous Studies
Other Titles: Undergraduate Program Advisor
Office: LM4 628
Phone: 250.807.8867

Research Summary

Métis in British Columbia; Métis history, identity and nationalism; Indigenous Identity and Representation; Place Identity; Decolonization; Inter-Indigenous Relations and Treaties; Critical Indigenous Studies; Indigenous geographies.

Courses & Teaching

Introduction to Decolonization; Métis People and Perspectives; Indigenous Studies Theory and Methodology; Indigenous Culture, Heritage, and Intellectual Property.


My research and teaching specializations are firmly rooted in Indigenous studies, with additional expertise in contemporary Métis studies. I am committed to a growth-oriented, decolonial, place-based teaching program. My previous and current research is centred on interdisciplinary collaborations with Indigenous organizations, including Métis Nation British Columbia. As a Métis person, I see myself as a bridge-builder and strive to create transformative research and learning experiences.


MA and PhD, UBC Okanagan


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