Matthew Glass has taught religious studies, philosophy and law at several U.S. and Canadian universities, including most recently as an adjunct professor at Western University (Aboriginal Law) in London, Ontario, and at the University of Guelph (Environmental Ethics). His teaching and research have focused on conflicted relations between Settler and Indigenous communities in North America. His first book, Citizens against the MX: Public Languages in the Nuclear Age, examined a 1980s grass-roots alliance between Western Shoshone and environmental activists to halt deployment of the MX missile. He is currently finishing a book on Canada’s duty to consult with Indigenous nations. He also provides legal research for First Nations and Indigenous NGOs.
Articles by this author:
Post-Pandemic Canada: “At the Mercy of the Indian Race”?
Aug 25th, 2020