Zoe Todd

Zoe Todd (Métis) grew up in Amiskwacî (Beaver Hills). She has a BSc in Biological Sciences (2006) and an MSc in Rural Sociology (2010) from the University of Alberta. She is currently a PhD Candidate in Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. She researches human-fish relationships, environmental change and colonialism in Canada’s Western Arctic. In addition to her academic publications, she publishes non-academic work on Indigenizing urban planning and architecture in the Canadian Prairies, editorials on Métis perspectives on Scottish independence, and short stories about growing up as a young urban Métis woman in Alberta. She is a 2011 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar.