Publication Abstracts

Publication Abstracts

2020

Hoicka, C., MacArthur, J., Castleden, H., Das. R., Lieu, J. (Accepted Jan 15, 2020). Forging Canada’s Green New Deal: The social foundations of climate resilient infrastructure. Energy and Social Science Research.

Anand, S., Abonyi, S., Arbour, L., Balasubramanian, K., Brook, J., Castleden, H. & Toth, E. (Accpeted Nov 20, 2019). Explaining the variability in cardiovascular risk factors among First Nations communities in Canada: a population-based study. The Lancet-Planetary Health (3): e511–20.

Bozkhov, E., Walker, C., McCourt, V., & Castleden, H. Are the natural sciences ready for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada? Exploring ‘Settler Readiness’ at a world-class freshwater research station. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. (Accepted March 17, 2020).

Day, L., Cunsolo, A., Castleden, H., Sawatzky, A., Martin, D., Hart, C., Dewey, C., Harper, S. “The Legacy will be the Change”: Reconciling how we Live with and Relate to Water. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 11(3): 1-25 (September 2020). CA

Lewis, D., Castleden, H., Apostle, R., Francis, S., Strickland, K. Governmental Fiduciary Failure in Indigenous Environmental Health Justice: The Case of Pictou Landing First Nation. International Journal of Indigenous Health (Accepted July 21, 2020). CA

Yeung, S, Castleden, H., Pictou Landing First Nation “We All Know Each Other”: A Strengths-based Approach to Understanding Social Capital in Pictou Landing First Nation. International Journal of Indigenous Health (Accepted July 21, 2020). SA

Lewis, D., Castleden, H., Apostle, R. If only they had accessed the data: Governmental failure to monitor pulp mill impacts on human health in Pictou Landing first Nation. Social Science and Medicine (In press, accepted June 30, 2020). CA

Lewis, D., Castleden, H., Apostle, R., Francis, S., Strickland, K. Linking Land Displacement and Environmental Dispossession to Mi’kmaw Health and Wellbeing: Culturally Relevant Place-Based Interpretative Frameworks Matter. The Canadian Geographer (In press, accepted May 26, 2020).

Sloan Morgan, V., Nookemis, B., Castleden, H. (2020). Photovoice. In: Kobayashi, A. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd Edition. Vol. 10, Elsevier, pp. 103–111. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10851-0

2019

Pugh, A., Castleden, H., Giesbrecht, M., Crooks, V. (2019) Awareness as a dimension of health care access: Exploring the case of rural palliative care provision in Canada. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy.

Sloan Morgan, V., Castleden, H., Huu-ay-aht First Nations. ‘Our Journey, Our Choice, Our Future’: Self-Government enacted through the Maa-nulth Treaty with British Columbia and Canada. (2019). Antipode.

Derek Kornelsen, Priscilla Apronti, Ken Paul, Jeff Masuda, Hannah Tait Neufeld, Heather Castleden. Yellohead Institute Policy Brief, Issue 39, September 26, 2019

Ratima, M., Martin, D., Castleden, H., & Delormier, T. (2019). Indigenous voices and knowledge systems–promoting planetary health, health equity, and sustainable development now and for future generations.Global Health Promotion, 26(3, suppl): 3-5.

Canadian Alliance of Healthy Hearts and Minds First Nations Cohort Research Team (Accepted Oct 29, 2019). “All About Us”: Indigenous Data Analysis Workshop – Capacity Building in the Canadian Alliance of Healthy Hearts and Minds First Nations Cohort. CJC Open

Walker, C., Alexander, A., Doucette MB., Lewis, D., Tait Neufeld, H., Martin, D., Masuda, J., Stefanelli, R., Castleden, H. (August 2019). Are the pens working for justice? News media coverage of renewable energy involving Indigenous peoples in Canada. Energy Research and Social Science, 57 (2019): 1-14.

Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Sloan Morgan, V., Calabretta, M., Nookemis, B., Aarssen, J. & Castleden, H. (2019). Implementing a modern treaty in British Columbia: Lived experiences from Huu-ay-aht First Nations—Maa-nulth Treaty signatories. Special Issue on Modern Treaty Implementation Research, Northern Public Affairs (November), 41-46.

Sylvestre, P., Castleden, H., Denis, J., Martin, D., Bombay, A. The tools at their fingertips: How settler colonial geographies shape medical educators’ strategies for grappling with Anti-Indigenous racism (Accepted June 10, 2019). Social Science & Medicine.

2018

Yeung, S., Bombay, A., Walker, C., Denis, J., Martin, D., Sylvestre, P., & Castleden, H. (December 18, 2018). Predictors of medical student interest in Indigenous health learning and clinical practice: a Canadian case study. BMC Medical Education, 18(1), 307.

Pugh, A., Castleden, H., Giesbrecht, M., Crooks, V. (Accepted December 17, 2018) Awareness as a dimension of health care access: Exploring the case of rural palliative care provision in Canada. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy.

Sloan Morgan, V., Castleden, H., Huu-ay-aht First Nations. (Accepted, November 12, 2018). “This is Going to Affect Our Lives”: Exploring Huu-ay-aht First Nations, the Government of Canada and British Columbia’s New Relationship Through the Implementation of the Maa-nulth Treaty. Canadian Journal of Law & Society, 33(3): 309-334. SA

Stefanelli, S., Walker, C., Kornelsen, K., Lewis, D., Martin, D., Masuda, J., Richmond, C., Root, E., Tait Neufeld, H., Castleden, H. (Accepted July 25, 2018). Renewable Energy and Energy Autonomy: How Indigenous Peoples in Canada are Shaping an Energy Future. Environmental Reviews. 1-11. CA/SA

Sylvestre, P., Castleden, H., Martin, D., & McNally, M. (2018).”Thank you very much… You can leave our community now!”: Geographies of responsibilities, relational ethics, acts of refusal, and the conflicting requirements of academics localities in Indigenous research. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 17(3): 750-779. MA/SA

Martin, D., McNally, M., & Castleden, H. Worden-Driscoll, I., Clark, M., Wall, D., Ley, M. (2018) Linking Inuit knowledge and public health for improved child and youth oral health in NunatuKavut. JDR Clinical & Translational Research 3(3): 256-263. CA

Anand, S. Abony, S., Arbour, L., Brook, J., Bruce, S., Castleden, H., Desai, D., de Souza, J., Harris, S., Irvine, J., MD, L., Lewis, D., Oster, D., Poirier, P., Toth, E., Bannon, K. Chrisjohn, V., Davis, D., L’Hommecourt, J., Littlechild, R., McMullin, K., McIntosh, S., Morrison, J., Picard, M., Pictou Landing First Nation (Paul, A.), Roulette, J., Tuevljak, J., Friedrich, M., Tu, J. (2018). Rationale, Design and Methods for the Canadian Alliance of Healthy Hearts and Minds Cohort Study (CAHHM) – First Nations Cohort Study. BMC Public Health, 16(1).

2017

Moore, M., Shaw, K., & Castleden, H. “We Need More Data!” The Politics of Scientific Information for Water Governance in the Context of Hydraulic Fracturing (Accepted January 17 2017). Water Alternatives, 11(1): 142-162.

Day, L., Cunsolo A., Castleden, H., Martin, D., Hart, C., Anaviapik-Soucie, T., Russell, G., Paul, C., Dewey, C., and Harper, S. (Accepted June 10 2017). The Expanding Digital Media Landscape of Qualitative and Decolonizing Research: Examining Collaborative Podcasting as a Research Method. MediaTropes, 7(1): 203-228. MA

Daley, K., Truelstrup Hansen, L., Jamieson, R., Hayward, J., Piorkowski, G., KrKosek, W., Gagnon, G., Castleden, H., MacNeil, K., Poltarowicz, J., Corriveau, E., Jackson, A., Lywood, J., Huang, Y. (Accepted May 30, 2017). Chemical and microbial characteristics of municipal drinking water supply systems in the Canadian Arctic. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25(33).

Anand, S. Abony, S., Arbour, L., Brook, J., Bruce, S., Castleden, H., Desai, D., de Souza, J., Harris, S., Irvine, J., MD, L., Lewis, D., Oster, D., Poirier, P., Toth, E., Bannon, K. Chrisjohn, V., Davis, D., L’Hommecourt, J., Littlechild, R., McMullin, K., McIntosh, S., Morrison, J., Picard, M., Pictou Landing First Nation (Paul, A.), Roulette, J., Tuevljak, J., Friedrich, M., Tu, J. (Accepted May 15, 2017). Rationale, Design and Methods for the Canadian Alliance of Healthy Hearts and Minds Cohort Study (CAHHM) – First Nations Cohort Study. BMC Public Health, 16(1).

Stefanelli, R., Castleden, H., Harper, S.L., Martin, D., Cunsolo, A., and Hart, C. (Accepted April 7, 2017). Canadian and Australian researchers’ reflections on implementing Indigenous and Western knowledge systems in water research and management. Water Policy.

Stefanelli, R., Castleden, H., Harper, S.L., Martin, D., Cunsolo, A., and Hart, C. (2017). Experiences with integrative Indigenous and Western knowledge implementation in water research and management: A systematic realist review of literature from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Environmental Reviews, 25: 323-333.

Garda, C., Castleden, H., & Conrad ,C. (2017). Monitoring, restoration, and source water protection: Canadian community-based environmental organizations’ efforts towards improving aquatic ecosystem health. Water, 9(3), 212.

Castleden, H., Hart, C., Harper, S., Martin, D., Cunsolo, A., Stefanelli, R., Day, D., & Lauridsen, K. (2017). Implementing Indigenous and Western knowledge systems in water research and management (Part 1): A systematic realist review to inform water policy in Canada. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(4).

Castleden, H., Hart, C., Martin, D., Cunsolo, A., Harper, S., Sylvestre, P., Stefanelli, R., Day, D., & Lauridsen, K. (2017). Implementing Indigenous and Western knowledge systems in water research and management (Part 2): Interviews with collaborative teams to overcome the limitations of literature reviews to inform water policy in Canada. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(4).

Moore, C., Castleden, H., Martin, D., & Tirone, S. (Accepted Dec 16, 2016) Implementing the Tri-Council Policy on ethical research involving Indigenous peoples in Canada: So, how’s that going in Mi’kma’ki? International Indigenous Policy Journal

Castleden, H., Bennett, E., Pictou Landing Native Women’s Group, Lewis, D., Martin, D. (2017). “Put it near the Indians”: Indigenous perspectives on pulp mill contaminants in their traditional territories (Pictou Landing, Canada). Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 11(1): 25-33.