|Heather Devine, PhD.
||University of Calgary
||Faculty of Communication and Culture
||Canadian Native History, American Indian Policy, Western Canadian ethnic history, and Museum and Heritage Studies, with a particular focus on Métis ethnohistory. She is author of The People Who Own Themselves: Aboriginal Ethnogenesis in a Canadian Family, 1660-1900, winner of the Harold Adams Innis Prize for 2004-05.
|Robert B Carson
||Government of Nunavut
||Assistant Deputy Minister, Executive & Intergovernmental Affairs
||The formation and evolution of the Government of Nunavut, Policy in Canada's North, and intergovernment and Inuit relations in Nunavut.
||Queen's University, Kingston
||Political theory, especially contemporary approaches to theorizing the intersection of identity and property.