Dr. Hayden King (Anishnaabe)
Executive Director, Yellowhead Institute and Advisor to the Dean of Arts on Indigenous Education, Ryerson University
Theme Co-Lead, Indigenous Relationships to Land
Hayden is Anishinaabe from Beausoleil First Nation on Gchi’mnissing in Huronia, Ontario. He is the Executive Director of the Yellowhead Institute and Advisor to the Dean of Arts on Indigenous Education at Ryerson University. King is also an adjunct professor of research at Carleton University, a Senior Fellow at Massey College, and co-founder of the Ogimaa Mikana Project. Hayden is also a prolific contributor to national conversation on Indigenous issues.
King, Hayden. 2017. “Treaty Making and Breaking in Settler Colonial Canada” in Broadie, Janine (ed.) Injustice and Social Inequalities in Contemporary Canada. Toronto: U of T Press.
King, Hayden. 2015. “New Treaties, Same Old Dispossession: A Critical Assessment of Claims-Based Co-Management Regimes in the North” in Papillion and Juneau (eds.) State of the Federation: Aboriginal Multilevel Governance in Canada. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.
King, Hayden. 2013. “Planning the Final Frontier: Land and Resource Management, Indigenous Self- Determination and the Canadian North,” Northern Public Affairs: Pathways to Prosperity (Special Issue).
King, Hayden. 2010. "Land and Resource Management in the North: Illusions of Indigenous Power and Inclusion in the North: What’s the Plan. Ottawa: The Conference Board of Canada.