Fulbright Canada Research Chairs are targeted, specialized opportunities for scholars to be part of a host faculty. The Fulbright Canada chair will conduct their own research, work collaboratively with new colleagues, engage with students, and become involved in the local community. For specific information about this opportunity, visit the Fulbright Canada webpage.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Indigenist Law and Governance, McGill University
Specializations: Indigenous law and governance, Indigenous comparative politics, legal pluralism, Aboriginal rights.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Indigenist Resiliencies, McMaster University
Specializations: Indigenous-centred revitalizations of: gender and sexualities, environmental policy, youth and/or social movements, as well as language and culture.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Legal and Resource Rights, University of Alberta
Specializations: North American aboriginal law with a focus on aboriginal resource rights and governance and their relationship to national and provincial, state or territorial regulatory regimes.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Native Peoples and Communities, University of Alberta
Specializations: Metis resources and law, Inuit and environmental change, Dene and diamonds and urban aboriginal residents.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Public Policy and Criminal Justice, University of Guelph
Specializations: Indigenous law and policy; Indigenous persons and the correctional system; Indigenous persons and judicial processes; Alternative judicial and criminal law processes; law and Indigenous self government.
Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies, Vancouver Island University
Specializations: Aboriginal education, reconciliation, indigenization, aboriginal engagement.