Refereed journal publications and book chapters
Chiblow, S. (2023 In Press). Reconciling our relationships with the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2023.02.007
Chiblow. S. (forthcoming). Biodiversity versus interconnectedness and interrelatedness. Journal of Wildlife and Biodiversity.
Mussett, K. J., Chiblow S., McGregor, D., Whitlow, R., Lauzon, R., Almack K., Boucher, N., Duncan A.T., & Reid, A.J. (2022 In Press). Wise practices: Indigenous-settler relations in Laurentian Great Lakes fishery governance and water protection. Journal of Great Lakes Research
Chiblow, S. (forthcoming). Indigenous Water Governance: Anishinaabek Naaknigewin (Law) Constructs the Role of Anishinaabek Kweok (Women) in N’bi (Water) Decision Making. Geoforum
Chiblow, S. (forthcoming). Relationships and responsibilities between Anishinaabek and Nokomis Giizis [Grandmother Moon] informs N’bi [Water] Governance. AlterNative
Menzies, A., Bowles, E., Gallant, M., Patterson, H., Kozmik, C., Chiblow, S., McGregor, D., Ford, A., Popp, J. (2022). “I see my culture starting to disappear”: Anishinaabe perspectives on the socioecological impacts of climate change and future research needs. Facets, Vol 7. https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2021-0066
Chiblow, S. (2021). An Anishinaabe Research Methodology that Utilizes Indigenous Intelligence as a Conceptual Framework Exploring Humanity’s Relationship to N’bi (Water). International Journal of Qualitative Methods 20, 1-14.
Chiblow, S., & Jiménez Estrada, V. (2021). Returning the balance: Anishinaabe kweok (women) and land. In S. Federice, S. Draper, & L. Mason-Deese (Eds.), Femicide and global accumulation: Frontline struggles to resist the violence of patriarchy and capitalism. Common Notions
Bowles, E., Henri, D., Provencher, J., Alexander, SM., Steel, J., Chelick, C., Taylor, J., Khan, J., Hartman Davies, O., McGregor, D., Chiblow, S., Kozmik, C., Cooke, S., Ford, AT., Popp, JN. (2021). Practices for weaving Indigenous knowledge systems and Western science for research and monitoring of biodiversity in Canada and shared international Indigenous territories. ICCB 2021, The Future is Now: Sustaining Biodiversity for Today and the Future.
Craft, A., McGregor, D., Seymour, R. & Chiblow, S. (2021). Decolonizing Anishinaabe nibi inaakonigewin and gikendaasowin research: Reinscribing Anishinaabe approaches to law and knowledge. In S. Xavier & J. Hewitt (Eds.), Decolonizing law: Strategies, tactics and methods collection. Routledge pp. 17-33.
Chiblow, S., & Meighan, P. J. (2021). Language is land, land is language: The importance of Indigenous languages. Human Geography. 00(0) 1-5.
Chiblow, S. (2020). An Indigenous research methodology that employs Anishinaabek Elders, language speakers and women’s knowledge for sustainable water governance. Water, 12, 3058. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12113058
Chiblow, S. (2020). Anishinabek women’s Nibi Giikendaaswin (water knowledge). Water, 11, 209. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11020209
Select recent conferences
1. [Panel] N’bi G’giikendaaswinmin, Water and Water Relatives: Shifting Seasons Summit: Sharing Adaptation and Resilience Knowledge Across Indigenous Communities. College of Menominee Nation: Sustainable Development Institute, April 20, 2021
2. [Panel] Anishinaabek G’giikendaaswinmin, Indigenous Studies Graduate Symposium, Michigan State University. April 16, 2021.
3. Anishinaabek. World Water Day, University of Waterloo. March 22, 2021.
4. [Panel] Anishinabek Rationality the Faculty of Environmental Studies, PhD Research Day, York University. February 25, 2020
5. [Panel] Decolonizing Anishinabek Inaakonigwin (law) and Gikendaaswin (knowledge) Research, Taking Care of Our Lands Symposium, Algoma University. May 9, 2019
1. IJC Indigenous Knowledge Gathering, International Joint Commission’s Indigenous Knowledge and Transboundary Waters Gathering. April 9, 2021
2. Keno Gego Naabadosin (Everything is Connected), 2021 Ontario Invasive Species Forum. February 22, 2021
3. [Panel] Decolonizing Water Knowledge, New College, University of Toronto. January 15, 2019
4. [Panel] The Role of Traditional Knowledge, Codifying Anishinabek Environmental Laws at Indigenous Lands and Resource Management Conference. Parry Sound, ON. March 28, 2019
5. Mississauga First Nation Fisheries, the COA – GLWQA; Ecosystem Health Gathering. September 10-12, 2018. Rama, ON