Editorial: What are Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies?


  • Darrel Manitowabi Northern Ontario School of Medicine
  • Fiona Nicoll University of Alberta




Indigenous, Critical Gambling Studies


Editorial by the Editors of the special issue, "Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies".

Author Biographies

Darrel Manitowabi, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Darrel Manitowabi, PhD, is the inaugural Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Traditional Indigenous Medicine at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He is an Indigenous anthropologist with research interests in Anishinaabe ethnohistory, Indigenous health, Indigenous-state relations and gambling.

Fiona Nicoll, University of Alberta

Fiona Nicoll is the author of Gambling in Everyday Life: Spaces, Moments and Products of Enjoyment and based in the Political Science department at the University of Alberta where she holds an Alberta Gambling Research Institute Chair in gambling policy. She is a co-editor of Critical Gambling Studies and the author of numerous book chapters and articles on reconciliation and Indigenous sovereignty, critical race and whiteness studies, queer theory and critical theory and pedagogy in the neo-liberal university.




How to Cite

Manitowabi, D., & Nicoll, F. (2021). Editorial: What are Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies?. Critical Gambling Studies, 2(2), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.29173/cgs123

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