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Daniel is a human geographer whose primary interests revolve around Canadian studies, Indigenous studies, and urban, social, cultural, and political geography. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society and the Department of Geography at LMU Munich. His dissertation focuses on past and present representations of Indigeneity and the environment within the Canadian context, namely focusing on arctic environments, urban environments, and environments of resource extraction.
Originally from Sudbury, Ontario, Daniel obtained his MA in geography from the University of Ottawa in 2017. His thesis explores the social geographies and lived experiences of Urban Metis Peoples in Ottawa. After his MA, Daniel worked on the Special Projects Team of the Alberta Ministry of Indigenous Relations in Edmonton, Alberta contributing to the First Nations Regional Drinking Water Tie-In Project and the provincial Sixties Scoop Apology.
For a detailed overview of his current projects, please visit here: https://www.carsoncenter.uni-muenchen.de/staff_fellows/doktoranden/daniel_dumas/index.html