Chapters in edited books
- Todd, Zoe. (2020). Foreword to Environmental Change and Settler Colonialism in the Oil Sands, edited by Clinton Westman, Lena Gross, and Tara Joly. Routledge.
- Todd, Zoe. (2020). “Chapter 1: What is Ontology? What is Epistemology? Or: how to understand ‘ontology’ and ‘epistemology’ through fish and canals in the heart of Canadian empire”, in Seasonal Sociology, edited by Dr. Ondine Park and Dr. Tonya Davidson (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).
- Todd, Zoe. (2020). “Honouring our Great-Grandmothers: An ode to Caroline LaFramboise, Twentieth Century Métis Matriarch”. Pp. 171-181 in In Good Relation: History, Gender, and Kinship in Indigenous Feminisms, Sarah Nickel and Amanda Fehr, Editors. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.
- Todd, Zoe. (2019). “Decolonizing Prairie Public Art: The Further Adventures of the Ness Namew” in Settler Colonialism and the Urban Prairie West, edited by Dorries, Heather, Henry, Robert, Hugill, David, McCreary, Tyler and Julie Tomiak. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.
- Todd, Zoe. (2018). ‘Refracting colonialism in Canada: fish tales, text, and insistent public grief.’ Mark Jackson, editor. Coloniality, Ontology, and the Question of the Posthuman. Routledge Press. (invited piece)
- Todd, Zoe. (2018). ‘Métis storytelling across time and space: situating the personal and academic self between homelands’. Christensen, J., Szabo-Jones, L., Cox, C. and A. Boisselle (eds). Activating the Heart: Storytelling, Knowledge Sharing and Relationship. Wilfrid Laurier Press. ISBN13: 978-1-77112-219-1
- Todd, Zoe and Brenda Parlee. (2018). “Chapter 9: The Wage Economy and Caribou Harvesting”, in When the Caribou Do Not Come: Indigenous Knowledge and Adaptive Management in the Western Arctic. Vancouver: UBC Press.
- Wray, Kristine, Parlee, Brenda, and Zoe Todd. (2018). “Chapter 14: Linking the Kitchen Table and Boardroom Table: Women in Caribou Management”. In When the Caribou Do Not Come: Indigenous Knowledge and Adaptive Management in the Western Arctic. Vancouver: UBC Press.
- Todd, Z. (2016). ‘‘This is the Life’: Women’s Role in Food Provisioning in Paulatuuq, Northwest Territories’’. Kermoal, N and I. Altamirano-Jimenez (eds). Pp. 160-185 in Living on the Land: Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place. Athabasca: Athabasca University Press. doi:10.15215/aupress/9781771990417.01
- Todd, Z. (2016). ‘From fish lives to fish law: learning to see Indigenous legal orders in Canada.’ Somatosphere: Ethnographic Case Series. Emily Yates-Doerr and Christine Labuski, editors. http://somatosphere.net/2016/02/from-fish-lives-to-fish-law-learning-to-see-indigenous-legal- orders-in-canada.html (invited piece), republished as: Todd, Zoe. 2018. “Chapter 19: “From Fish Lives to Fish Law: Learning to See Indigenous Legal Orders in Canada” in The Ethnographic Case, Emily Yates-Doerr and Christine Labuski, editors. Mattering Press. https://www.matteringpress.org/books/the-ethnographic-case
- Todd, Zoe. (2016). “Relationships.” Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology website, January 21, 2016. http://www.culanth.org/fieldsights/799-relationships (invited piece) republished as: Todd, Zoe. (forthcoming autumn 2018). “Relationships”, in Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon, Cymene Howe and Anand Pandian, editors. Punctum Books.
- Todd, Z. (2015). “Decolonial dreams: unsettling the academy through namewak”. Pp. 104-117 in The New (new) corpse, Caroline Picard, editor. Green Lantern Press: Chicago. (invited piece)
- Todd, Z. (2015). Indigenizing the Anthropocene. Pp. 241-254 in Art in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environment and Epistemology. Heather Davis and Etienne Turpin, editors. Open Humanities Press. (invited piece)
Articles in refereed journals
- Kanngieser, Anja and Zoe Todd. 2020. “From Environmental Case Study to Environmental Kin Study”. History and Theory, Gabriela Soto Laveaga and Warwick Anderson, co-editors. September 2020.
- Creatures Collective (KJ Hernández, June M Rubis, Noah Theriault, Zoe Todd, Audra Mitchell, Study”. History and Theory, Gabriela Soto Laveaga and Warwick Anderson, co-editors. September 2020. Bawaka Country, Laklak Burarrwanga, Ritjilili Ganambarr, Merrkiyawuy Ganambarr-Stubbs, Banbapuy Ganambarr, Djawundil Maymuru, Sandie Suchet-Pearson, Kate Lloyd, Sarah Wright). 2020. “The Creatures Collective: Manifestings”. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Culture https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2514848620938316
- Johnson, Elizabeth R, Garnet Kindervater, Zoe Todd, Kathryn Yusoff, Keith Woodward, and Elizabeth A Povinelli. “Geontographies: On Elizabeth Povinelli’s Geontologies: A Requiem for Late Liberalism.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, (September 2019).
- Todd, Zoe. (2018). “Refracting the State Through Human-Fish Relations: Fishing, Indigenous Legal Orders and Colonialism in North/Western Canada”. DIES: Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education, and Society 7(1): 60-75. (double blind peer review)
- Adese, Jennifer, Todd, Zoe and Shaun A. Stevenson. (2017). Mediating Métis Identity: An Interview with Jennifer Adese and Zoe Todd. Media Tropes eJournal VII(1): 1-25. (invited piece, no blind peer review)
- Davis, Heather and Zoe Todd. (2017). On the importance of a date, or, decolonizing the Anthropocene. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 16(4): 761-780. (double blind peer review)
- Todd, Zoe. (2017). Fish, Kin, and Hope: tending to water violations in amiskwaciwâskahikan and Treaty Six Territory. Afterall: a Journal of Art, Context and Inquiry 43(1): 102-107. (peer reviewed – but not double blind) (invited piece) *as of September 2018, this was the most read article in the last twelve months for this University of Chicago journal: https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/aft/current
- Todd, Zoe. (2016). From a Fishy Place: examining Canadian State law applied in the Daniels decision from the perspective of Métis legal orders. TOPIA 36(Fall 2016): 43-57. (single blind peer reviewed) (invited piece)
- Todd, Zoe. (2016). ‘How do you teach about the layered colonial realities that mould a Canadian city?’ (commentary). Aboriginal Policy Studies 6(1): 90-97. (no blind peer review) (Invited piece)
- Todd, Z. (2016). ‘An Indigenous Feminist’s Take on the Ontological Turn: ‘Ontology’ is just another word for colonialism’. Journal of Historical Sociology 29(1): 4-22. (no blind peer review – editorial and content feedback from journal editor) (invited piece – the Editor reached out within days of my ‘Ontology is just another word for colonialism’ blog post went viral in late 2014 and invited me to turn it into a full-length article for I worked with the Editor, Dr. Yoke-Sum Wong, in 2015 to transform the piece into an article, and it was published in early 2016.)
- Todd, Z. (2014). ‘Fish pluralities: Human-animal relations and sites of engagement in Paulatuuq, Arctic Canada’. Études/Inuit/Studies 38(1-2): 217-238. (double blind peer review)
- Drozdowski L, Iordache C, Clandinin MT, Wild G, Todd Z, Thomson AB. (2009) Dexamethasone and GLP-2 given to lactating rat dams influence glucose uptake in suckling and postweanling offspring. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 33(4):433-9.
- Drozdowski LA, Iordache C, Clandinin MT, Todd ZS, Gonnet M, Wild G, Uwiera RR, Thomson AB. 2008) Dexamethasone and GLP-2 administered to rat dams during pregnancy and lactation have late effects on intestinal sugar transport in their postweanling offspring. J Nutr Biochem. 2008. 19(1):49-60.
- Drozdowski LA, Iordache C, Clandinin MT, Todd Z, Gonnet M, Wild G, Uwiera RR, Thomson AB. (2009) Maternal dexamethasone and GLP-2 have early effects on intestinal sugar transport in their suckling rat offspring. J Nutr Biochem. 20(10):771-82.
- Drozdowski LA, Iordache C, Clandinin MT, Wild G, Todd Z, Thomson AB. (2006) A combination of dexamethasone and glucagon-like peptide-2 increase intestinal morphology and glucose uptake in suckling rats. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 42(1):32-9.
- Iordache C, Drozdowski L, Clandinin MT, Wild G, Todd Z, Thomson AB. (2005) Treatment of suckling rats with GLP-2 plus dexamethasone increases the ileal uptake of fatty acids in later life. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol. 288(1):G54-9.
- Iordache C, Drozdowski LA, Clandinin MT, Wild G, Todd Z, Thomson AB. (2005) Lipid malabsorption persists after weaning in rats whose dams were given GLP-2 and dexamethasone. Lipids. 40(11):1141-8.
- Iordache C, Drozdowski L, Clandinin T, Wild G, Todd Z, Thomson AB. (2004) Dexamethasone plus glucagon-like peptide 2 given to lactating rat dams has a late effect on intestinal lipid uptake in the weanling offspring. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 28(5):355-63.
Articles in online venues and miscellaneous scholarly publication
- The Sloughsayers (Janelle Baker, Paulla Ebron, Rosa Ficek, Karen Ho, Renya Ramirez, Zoe . 2020. “The Snarled Lines of Justice” (feature) Orion Magazine. https://orionmagazine.org/article/the-snarled-lines-of-justice/
- Todd, Zoe. (2020). “Tidal.” Pp. 227-231 in Rising Tides: Reflections for Climate Changing Times, Catriona Sandilands, editor. Halfmoon Bay, Catlin Press.
- Todd, Zoe. (2018). “Rape Culture, CanLit, and You” in Refuse: CanLit in Ruins, edited by Hannah McGregor and Julie Rak. Book*Hug
- Todd, Zoe. (2017). Protecting life below water: tending to relationality and expanding oceanic consciousness beyond coastal zones. American Anthropologist (Public Anthropologies Section). http://www.americananthropologist.org/2017/10/17/protecting-life-below-water-by-zoe-todd-de-provincializing-development-series/ (invited piece – edited by Dr. Adia Benton and Dr. Yarimar Bonilla)
- Todd, Zoe. (2017). Commentary: The Environmental Anthropology of Settler Colonialism, Part I. Environment and Anthropology Society Engagement Blog. https://aesengagement.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/commentary-the-environmental-anthropology-of-settler-colonialism-part-i/ (invited piece)
- Lee, Erica and Zoe Todd. (2016). ‘Our Home in the World: Care, Reciprocity, and Indigenous Climate Activism’. Pp. 29-33 in Elements for a World: Wood – Law, Rights, Truth, Testimony. Beirut: Sursock Museum. (Invited piece) (this chapter was invited for inclusion in a gallery catalogue accompanying a show at the Sursock Museum in Beirut)
- Todd, Z. and Aaron Mills. (2016). ‘Our responsibilities to Indigenous peoples and places in Canadian research and policy’. Policy Options, May 11, 2016. http://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/may-2016/our-responsibilities-to-indigenous-peoples- and-places-in-canadian-research-and-policy/
- Fraser, Crystal and Todd, Zoe. (2016). ‘Decolonial Sensibilities: Indigenous Research and Engaging with Archives in Contemporary Colonial Canada’. Pp. 32-39 in Decolonising the Archives series, edited by L’Internationale Online and Rado Ištok. L’Internationale, (invited piece) http://www.internationaleonline.org/media/files/decolonisingarchives_pdf-final.pdf
- Todd, Z. (2016). ‘Conversations with my Father’s paintings: writing my relations back into the academy’. http://activehistory.ca/2016/01/conversations-with-my-fathers-paintings-writing-my-relations-back-into-the-academy/ (blog post) (no blind peer review)
- Moffatt, M., Chetwynd, C. and Z. Todd. (2015). ‘Interrupting the Northern Research Industry: Why Northern Research Should be in Northern Hands’. Northern Public Affairs. http://www.northernpublicaffairs.ca/index/interrupting-the-northern-research-industry-why- northern-research-should-be-in-northern-hands/ (no blind peer review)
- Todd, Z. (2015). ‘Rethinking Aesthetics and Ontology through Indigenous Law: On the work of Val Napoleon and Loretta Todd’. C Magazine 126: 10-17 [feature] (non peer reviewed)
- Todd, Z. (2014). Creating citizen spaces through Indigenous soundscapes. Spacing Magazine. Published 01 October 2014 http://spacing.ca/national/2014/10/01/creating-citizen- spacesindigenoussoundscapes/ (non peer reviewed)
- Todd, Z. (2013). On Scottish Independence — a Metis Perspective. ActiveHistory.ca. http://activehistory.ca/2013/12/on-scottish-independence-a-metis-perspective/ (non peer-reviewed)
- Mitchell, Todd, Pfeifer. (2017). SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Research Report:“How can Aboriginal knowledge systems in Canada contribute to interdisciplinary research on the global extinction crisis?” https://anthroreworkinggroup.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/mitchell-pfeifer-todd-sshrc-knowledge-synthesis-research-report-20171.pdf
Desroschers-Turgeon, Émélie, Saloojee, Ozayr, and Zoe Todd. “Kerosphere”. Invited to Anthropogenic Table of Elements, Timothy Neale, Thao Phan, and Courtney Addison, editors. (finished peer-review). University of Toronto Press. (2021)
Books reviews in scholarly journals
- Todd, Z. (2016). Review of Becoming inummarik: men’s lives in an Inuit community. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 22(2): 434-435. (invited piece)
- Todd, Z. (2015). “Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel by Mitarjuk Nappaaluk, translated by Bernard Saladin d’Anglure”, The Goose Vol 13, Iss. 2, Article 26 Available at: http://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol13/iss2/26
- Todd, Z. (2013). Review of James D. Waldram, D. Ann Herring, and T. Kue Young, Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural and Epidemiological Perspectives. Sibirica 12 (3): 95-98.
Todd, Z. (2007). “Water Scarcity and Degradation and the Alberta Oil Sands: Treating the Symptoms, Addressing the Cause”. Featured as part of the School of Energy and Environment Student Showcase, http://www.see.ualberta.ca/student-showcase.cfm Water Scarcity and Degradation – Todd
Magazine articles and op-eds
Todd, Z. (2015). Rethinking Aesthetics and Ontology through Indigenous Law: On the work of Val Napoleon and Loretta Todd. C Magazine 126: 10-17.
Todd, Z. (2014). Creating citizen spaces through Indigenous soundscapes. Spacing Magazine. Published 01 October 2014 http://spacing.ca/national/2014/10/01/creating-citizen-spaces-indigenous-soundscapes/
Todd, Z. (2014). “Opinion: Métis woman’s “yes” vote on Scottish independence signals end to colonization”. Op-ed on Edmonton Journal website. Published 16 September 2014 http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Opinion+Métis+woman+vote+Scottish+independence+signals+colonization/10211514/story.html
Todd, Z. (2014). misâskwatômina. Invited piece for Chelsea Boos’ ‘Back Words’ column in Vue Weekly. August 7-13, 2014.
Todd, Z. (2013). On Scottish Independence — a Metis Perspective. ActiveHistory.ca. http://activehistory.ca/2013/12/on-scottish-independence-a-metis-perspective/
Todd, Z. (2013). “Remembering Indigenous Edmonton: a journey through plants”. Spacing Edmonton. http://spacing.ca/edmonton/2013/04/04/remembering-indigenous-edmonton-a-journey-through-plants/
Todd, Z. (2012). “Carry Me Home”, song featured in Indigenous City Media’s film short “Know your place: reflections of the indigenous city”. http://vimeo.com/54057707
Todd, Z. “Exploring Aboriginal Marks on Edmonton”. The Charrette, June 2011. (online publication). http://thecharrette.ca/2011/06/21/exploring-aboriginal-marks-on-edmonton/
Todd, Z. “Driving the Wrong Way with the Third Way”, The Catalyst, April 2006. http://www.ndya.ca/catalyst/more.php?id=A299_0_2_0_M
Todd, Z. “An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Barrel of Cure: The social and environmental impact behind oil development in Alberta.” The Catalyst, September 2006. http://www.ndya.ca/catalyst/more.php?id=A683_0_2_0_M
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