Marcelle Marie Gareau

Adjunct Professor


Research Summary

Cultural and Applied Anthropology (Contemporary Indigenous Issues, Community Based Research, Ethnography, Perspectives on Inequality).

Courses & Teaching

People and Cultures, Antropological Theory, Ethnographic Field Methods, Perspectives on Inequality, Contemporary Indigenous Issues.


MA. Memorial University of Newfoundland

Research Interests & Projects

Archival research concerning Metis in Northern Alberta and British Columbia.

Selected Publications & Presentations

Marcelle Gareau “Colonization within the University System” The American Indian Quarterly – Volume 27, Number 1&2, Winter/Spring 2003, pp. 196-199.

Marcelle Gareau.  “The Keeper of Tradition”.  Gatherings.  British Columbia: The En’owkin Journal of First North American Peoples.  Volume 13, 2002.

Mike Evans with Marcelle Gareau.  What It Is To Be A Métis? Prince George:  UNBC Press, 1999.

Marcelle Gareau. “Aboriginal People and the Canadian System of Education”.  Northern Parallels.  Edited by Shauna McLarnon and Dr. D. Nord.  Prince George: UNBC Press, 1998.


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