Brittany Luby, Anishinaabe-kwe, is an award-nominated educator who joined the University of Guelph in January 2017. Outside of the classroom, Luby seeks to stimulate public discussion of Indigenous issues through her critical and creative work. The Canadian Historical Association has described Luby’s research as “innovative in its structure and responsive to Indigenous research methodologies.” Her historical work can be found in periodicals such as the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History and the Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Her poetry can be found in literary magazines like Red Ink. Luby will be co-hosting her first gallery exhibit for I STAND #InUnity in Winter 2018.
“From Milk-Medicine to Public (Re)Education Programs: An Examination of Anishinabek Mothers’ Responses to Hydroelectric Flooding in the Treaty #3 District, 1900-1975,” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 32, no. 2 (2015): 363-89.