Dr. Lynne Davis
Director of the Enwayaang Professional Learning Institute
Lynne’s research interests span many aspects of community transformation and change. She is currently engaged in research that examines alliances between Indigenous peoples and social movements and the nature of relationships formed when Indigenous peoples and social and environmental justice groups choose to work together. She also researchers in the area of decolonizing and transformative pedagogies in the post-secondary classroom. Lynne teaches courses in Indigenous and International Community Development (INDG 3050Y), Indigenous Studies Research (INDG 3813Y), Indigenous/Settler Alliances for Justice (INDG 4050H), and Transforming Settler Consciousness (INDG 4051H).