Nicole Latulippe

Assistant Professor



Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences (UTSC)

Fields of Study

Areas of Interest

Indigenous environmental governance in the Great Lakes, Treaty and coexistence, community engaged research, research and knowledge production on Indigenous lands, Indigenous environmental justice and law. 


I am recruiting students interested in decolonial and Indigenous/Indigenist research methodologies in support of Indigenous jurisdiction and environmental governance, coexistence and the treaty relationship, especially in urban settings (Toronto/Scarborough).


Latulippe, N., and D. McGregor. Zaagtoonaa Nibi (We Love the Water): Anishinaabe community-led research on water governance and protection. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 13(1). Forthcoming 2022.

Latulippe, N. Indigenous land conflict and the underlying life of laws: lessons from the Ipperwash Crisis. In Handbook on Space, Place and Law. Bartel, R. and J. Carter (Eds.). pp. 170-181. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 2021.

McGregor, D., N. Latulippe, and M. Sritharan. Environmental Justice and Indigeneity. In Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Ed. John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press. 2021.

Latulippe, N. and N. Klenk. Making Room and Moving Over: From Local Knowledge Co-production to Indigenous Knowledge Sovereignty in Addressing Global Environmental Change. Current Opinion in Sustainability, 42: 7-14. 2020.


PhD, University of Toronto