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PhD Candidate, Indigenous education, Queen's University, Ontario

Jackson Pind is a mixed Settler-Anishinaabe Historian of Indigenous education who focuses on the history of Indian Day Schools in Ontario. He has earned the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2017), Government of Canada History Award (2018), and SSHRC-CGS scholarship (2019-2021) for his research on Indigenous education. He is an editor on Spirit of the Grassroots People: Seeking Justice for Indigenous Survivors of Canada's Colonial Education System (MQUP, October 2020). Jackson also teaches part-time at Fleming College in the Indigenous Studies program.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate , Queen's University, Ontario

Education

  • 2017 
    Laurentian University, Masters Degree in History