Completed Thesis/Projects in FNST


  • Beryl Amaron.  Thesis: More than Useable Tools: Towards an Appreciation of Nlekepmx Fibre Technology as a Significant Expression of Culture.   Defended 2000
  • Erica Ball.  Project:  Analagasimdeez:  The History of a Gitxsan Settlement.  Completed 2004
  • Michael Blackstock.   Thesis: Gytim Gan: Faces in the Forest. A.  Defended 1996.   Published by Queen’s McGill University Press as Faces in the Forest.
  • Melissa Carlick.   Thesis: Yukon First Nations Mental Wellness & The Development of Culturally Appropriate Healing.  Defended 2011.  
  • Laurel Crocker.  Thesis:  Poisoned Water: Margaret Gagnon’s Account of an Unheard History.  Defended 2005
  • Dawn Dunstan. Thesis:  First Nations Hip-Hop: Coyote Re-Creates Story and Song. Defended  2005
  • Christopher Gall.  Thesis:  "Soo_Ts 'yawh 'Ilho Zah Ts'inli "We Are All One" Tl'azt'en Nation's Ancestral history of Yeko.  Defended 2011
  • Laverne Gervais.  Thesis:  Bill C-31:  Identity and Gender.  Defended 2007
  • Tanja Hoffmann. Thesis:  Time Out of Mind: First Nations & Archaeologists Perspectives on Human Burial Remains.  Defended 1999
  • Travis Holyk.   Thesis:  Gitxsan Governance Past and Future.   Defended 2002
  • Yuka Izu   Thesis:  Nisga’a School Children’s Response to Inuit Prints.  Defended December 2002
  • Jessie King.  Thesis: The Identity Enigma: Denial of First Nations Women's Rights to identity.  Defended 2011
  • Priscilla Lepine.  Project:  Music and Dance (videorecording):  The Metis Way:  Completed:  2001
  • Denise McDonald.  Thesis:  The Charter of Rights and Sto:lo Nation Culture:  Altering a Holistic Worldview.  Defended 2000
  • Judith Morgan: Thesis:  Git Skee’een Niidiit: People of the Skeena River.  Defended 2004
  • Caitlin Nicholson.  Project:  Early Readers and Decolonizing Literature.  Completed 2005
  • Michiyo Okuma:  Thesis:  Aboriginal Education as Decolonizing Method:  The Nisga'a Experience:  Defended 1996
  • Andrew Robinson.  Thesis:  Nihl Adagwiy T'gun Adawaaks GalksiGabin (Here Is the Story of GalksiGabin)  A Modern auto-ethnography of a Nisga'a Man.  Defended 2008
  • Rheanna Robinson.  Thesis:  Education Transformation:  Issues for Implementing an Aboriginal Choice School in Prince George, BC.  Defended 2007
  • Kimberly Ross.  Thesis:  Aboriginal Midwifery & Traditional Birthing Systems Revisited & Revitalized: Interviews with First Nations Elders in the Northwest Region of British Columbia Defended 1998
  • Joyce Schneider.  Thesis:  Whispering the Circle Back:  Participating in the Oral Transmission of Knowledge.  Defended 2007
  • Annette Schroeter.  Thesis: The Anti-Trickster at Play: Representing First Nations Artists and Art in the Art Galleries and Museums of Northern British Columbia. Defended 2007
  • Catherine Siermacheski. Thesis:  First Nations Women Carvers: Celebrating Creation and Creativity.  Defended 2004
  • Maki Umeda. Thesis:  Spirituality in Helping Others: Learning From First Nations Elders and Counselors’ Alcohol Related Experience.  Defended 2005