Jacqueline Romanow

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Jacqueline Romanow

Indigenous Studies

  • Aboriginal Issues
  • First Nations
  • Indigenous Politics
Areas of Expertise:
  • Indigenous Governance
  • indigenous Issues
  • Indigenous Politics
Languages Spoken:
  • English
Available To:
  • Appear on radio or TV
  • Appear as a public speaker
  • Provide comment to media
  • Write articles
  • Discuss research with industry, government, and others

Dr. Jacqueline Romanow, a Métis from the Red River Settlement area, is Chair of the Department of Indigenous Studies at The University of Winnipeg. She has a PhD in International Relations from Queen's University and an MA in Economics from the University of Manitoba.

Romanow has worked with Indigenous peoples on issues of governance, rights, and economic development in Canada and Central/South America.

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Undergraduate research wins at Randy Kobes Symposium

Today's 13th Annual Randy Kobes Undergraduate Research Symposium featured research from 24 students from across disciplines and departments at...

UWinnipeg’s 2017 SSHRC Graduate Scholars

Climate change, sustainability and accessibility are the focus of two Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Graduate Scholars. The...

Julia Romanow-Bear Scholarship

A scholarship has been established at The University of Winnipeg in memory of Julia Romanow-Bear, daughter of Dr. Jacqueline...

The Decade of The Métis Nation & Globalization

The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Indigenous Studies hosts the Métis Nation as they declare the Decade of the Métis Nation 2011-2020...