Publications

Academic

Chapters in edited books

  1. 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.
  2. 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) (The full volume was peer reviewed)
  3. 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 (peer reviewed)
  4. 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. [as per UBC Press procedures, the volume was single-blind peer reviewed]
  5. 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. [as per UBC Press procedures, the volume was single-blind peer reviewed]
  6. 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 (Full volume and my contribution were peer reviewed)
  7. 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) (editor reviewed), 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
  8. Todd, Zoe. (2016). “Relationships.” Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology website, January 21, 2016. http://www.culanth.org/fieldsights/799-relationships (invited piece) (editor reviewed), republished as: Todd, Zoe. (forthcoming autumn 2018). “Relationships”, in Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon, Cymene Howe and Anand Pandian, editors. Punctum Books.
  9. 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)
  10. 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

  1. 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).
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. 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)
  5. 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
  6. 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)
  7. 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)
  8. 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.)
  9. 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)
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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

  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. 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/
  5. 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
  6. 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)
  7. 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)
  8. 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)
  9. 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)
  10. 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)

 

Research Reports:

 

  1. 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

 

Forthcoming works:

 1.     Todd, Zoe. (forthcoming). “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”. Chapter to be included in a Sociology textbook on Seasons, edited by Dr. Ondine Park and Dr. Tonya Davidson (University of Toronto Press – textbook division).

2.     Todd, Zoe. (forthcoming). Foreword to Environmental Change and Settler Colonialism in the Oil Sands, edited by Clinton Westman, Lena Gross, and Tara Joly. Routledge.

Review articles

 Books reviews in scholarly journals

  1. 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)
  2. 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
  3. 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.

Position Papers

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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