Nathalie Kermoal, University of Alberta

Associate Professor Native Studies Edmonton, Alberta nkermoal@ualberta.ca Office: (780) 492-7207

Bio/Research

Nathalie Kermoal is of Breton descent and is an associate professor at the University of Alberta and has a joint appointment between the Faculty of Native Studies and the Campus Saint-Jean. Since July 2009, she is serving as the Associate-Dean Academic at the Faculty of Native Studies. She is a b...

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Bio/Research

Nathalie Kermoal is of Breton descent and is an associate professor at the University of Alberta and has a joint appointment between the Faculty of Native Studies and the Campus Saint-Jean. Since July 2009, she is serving as the Associate-Dean Academic at the Faculty of Native Studies. She is a bilingual specialist in Canadian history and more specifically in Mйtis history. She did her M.A in History at the University of Nantes (France) and her Ph.D in History at the University of Ottawa. Recently, she published two books: Alberta's Francophones and Un passé mйtis au féminin. She has also published articles on the Métis, Contemporary Aboriginal Art as well as the Calgary School. She is involved in several research projects pertaining to the Mйtis as well as a biography on the Oblate missionary, Albert Lacombe. Her areas of interests are Métis issues (Historical and Contemporary), Aboriginal constitutional issues, Contemporary Aboriginal Art and Aboriginal Women's Issues.



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