Dr Adam J Barker

School of Geography and Planning

Research Assistant

Adjunct Research Professor, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies Carleton University

Co-Editor, Settler Colonial Studies


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Dr Adam J Barker
School of Geography and Planning
Room A9b
Geography and Planning Building
Winter Street
S3 7ND

Adam J Barker is a Settler Canadian from the territories of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples in what is currently called Ontario, Canada.

He holds a PhD in Human Geography from the University of Leicester (2013) and an MA in Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria (2007).

Adam researches Indigenous-led and decolonial social movements through the lens of settler colonialism, particularly on Turtle Island (North America).

His work is collaborative and interdisciplinary, drawing on history, political theory, cultural and literary studies, sociology, and other approaches to place-based research.


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