Hayden King

Hayden King is Pottawatomi and Ojibwe from Beausoleil First Nation on Gchi’mnissing (Christian Island) in Huronia, Ontario. Hayden’s teaching career began in 2007 at McMaster University’s Indigenous Studies Program and in 2012 he accepted an appointment in the department of Politics at Ryerson University, eventually serving as the Academic Director of the Public Administration partnership with the First Nations Technical Institute. Hayden’s research revolves around land and resource management, often in the Canadian north, and Anishinaabe political economy, diplomacy and international relations. Hayden is also among the noted Indigenous public intellectuals in Canada, frequently contributing to the national conversation on Indigenous issues. In addition to work in the academy, Hayden has served as governance consultant to First Nations in Ontario. He is also the co-founder of the Anishinaabemowin language and arts collective The Ogimaa Mikana Project. Hayden is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in International Relations in the Political Science Department at McMaster University, and also holds an MA from Queen’s University (Political Science).

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