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Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2019). Protest as pedagogy: Teaching, Learning, and Indigenous Environmental Movements. New York: Peter Lang

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). From bricolage to métissage: Rethinking intercultural approaches to Indigenous environmental education. New York: Peter Lang.


Lowan-Trudeau, G., Maher, P. & Niblett, B. (Eds.) (2020). Open issue. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 23(3).

Niblett, B., Maher, P. & Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2020). Special Issue: Outdoor play and early learning. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 23(2)

Lowan-Trudeau, G. & Niblett, B. (Eds.) (2017). Special Issue: Activism and environmental education. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 22.

Caspell, S. & Lowan, G. (Eds.) (2008). Special Issue: Cultural Considerations in Outdoor and Environmental Education. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 20(1).


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2018). From reticence to resistance: Understanding educators’ engagement with Indigenous environmental issues in Canada. Environmental Education Research. [Online First] *Click for final Accepted Manuscript of article above.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2017). Narrating a critical Indigenous pedagogy of place: A literary métissage. Educational Theory, 67(4), 509-525.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2017). Indigenous environmental education: The case of renewable energy projects. Educational Studies: A Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 0(0), 1-13. [Online First]

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2017). A rose by any other name: Repressive tolerance, burnout, and hope in the New West. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 21, 57-71.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2017). Protest as pedagogy: Exploring teaching and learning in Indigenous environmental activism. Journal of Environmental Education, 48(2), 96-108

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2017). Gateway to understanding: Indigenous ecological activism and education in urban, rural, and remote contexts. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 12(1), 119-128. DOI: 10.1007/s11422-016-9746-4

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Three-eyed seeing? Considering Indigenous ecological knowledge in culturally complex pedagogical settings. Alberta Science Education Journal (44)1, 32-37.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2014). Considering ecological métissage: To blend or not to blend? Journal of Experiential Education, 37(4), 351-366 [originally published online first Dec. 18, 2013].

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Navigating the wilderness between us: Exploring ecological métissage as an emerging vision for environmental education in Canada [Thesis Synopsis]. Environmental Education Research, 19(2), 253-254.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2012). Methodological métissage: An interpretive Indigenous approach to environmental education research. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 17, 113-130.

Lowan, G. (2012). Expanding the conversation: Further explorations into Indigenous environmental science education theory, research, and practice. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 7, 71-81.

Lowan, G. (2009). Exploring place from an Aboriginal perspective: Considerations for outdoor and environmental education. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education,14, 42-58.

Lowan, G. (2007). Adventures in non-profit: Developing an outdoor pursuits program for adults with developmental disabilities. Outward Bound Canada Journal of Education, 11, 26-30.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2019). Gatekeeper or gardener? Considering positioning, paradigms, and metaphors in Indigenous environmental education research. Invited manuscript for the 50thAnniversary Special Issue, Journal of Environmental Education, 50(4-6), 348-357.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Navigating the wilderness between us: Exploring ecological métissage as an emerging vision for environmental education in Canada [Thesis Synopsis]. Environmental Education Research, 19(2), 253-254.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Your backyard, the final frontier: An Indigenous perspective on adventure education. In R. Black & K. Bricker (Eds.) Adventure Programming and Travel for the 21st Century (pp. 173-176). State College, PA: Venture Publishing. (link to publisher)

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Pipe dreams: A tale of two cities. In M. Robertson, R. Lawrence & G. Heath (Eds.) Experiencing the Outdoors: Enhancing Strategies for Wellbeing (pp. 37-48) . Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. (click for final draft)


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2018). Indigenous methodologies revisited: Métissage, hybridity, and the Third Space in environmental studies. In B. Grimwood, K. Caton, L. Cooke (Eds.), New moral natures in tourism (pp. 181-193). New York: Routledge International.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2016). The time has come to restore protection of Canadia ecosystems. In F. Reilly-King & S. Kindornay (Eds.) Transforming our world: Canadian perspectives on the sustainable development goals. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Centre for International Cooperation. [updated reprint originally published in Huffington Post online].

Mullins, P., Lowan-Trudeau, G., Fox, K. (2016). Healing the split head of outdoor recreation and education: Revisiting Indigenous Knowledge from multiple perspectivesIn H. Prince, K. Henderson & B. Humberstone (Eds.) International Handbook of Outdoor Studies (pp. 49-58). New York: Routledge International.

Lowan-Trudeau, G.  (2013). Indigenous environmental education research in North America: A brief review. In R. Stevenson, M. Brody, J. Dillon & A.E.J. Wals (Eds.), International Handbook of Environmental Education Research (pp. 404-408). New York: Routledge & The American Educational Research Association.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). The time has come: Towards ecosystem protection and Indigenous rights. Development Unplugged, Huffington Post.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Teaching the tension: Indigenous land rights, activism, and education in Canada. Education Canada, 55(1), 44-47.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Response to Henderson (1989). Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 27(1), 43-44.

Lowan(-Trudeau), G. (2014). Ecological métissage: Exploring the third space in Canadian outdoor and environmental education. Clearing: The Pacific Northwest Journal of Community-Based Environmental Literacy Education. Available at: (Reprinted from Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 2011, 23(2), 10-15.)

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Working together in the shadow of the mistakis: Indigenizing science education at the University of Calgary. The Alberta Science Teacher, 33(1), 11-12.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2013). Against the Current with Henry Thoreau: An Archetype Revisited. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 25(4), 17-20.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (April 22nd, 2013). Idle No More: What is it and (why) should it matter to environmental educators? EECOM News.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2012). After the quake: Communities and educators respond to 3.11. Shinkansen Express, 4(3), 10-11.

Lowan, G. (2012). Surfing Shikoku: Reflections on a year in Japan. Shinkansen Express, 4(2), 8-9.

Lowan, G. (2011). Ecological métissage: Exploring the third space in Canadian outdoor and environmental education. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 23(2), 10-15.

Lowan, G. (2010). The Burakumin: Japan’s invisible minority. Shinkansen Express, 2(3), 4-5.

Lowan, G. (2010). Fast-food pilgrimage. Shinkansen Express, 2(2), 6-7.

Lowan, G. (2010). Kanu haiku. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 22(4), 22.

Lowan, G. (2010). Daichi: A small shop built on big ideas. Outdoor Japan Magazine, 34.

Lowan, G. (2010). Jimotogaku: Building healthy communities for future generations. Shinkansen Express, 2(1), 4-5.

Lowan, G. (2009). Of wolves and water. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 22(1), 12-15.

Lowan, G. (2009). Giwaykiwin program update. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 21(2), 2.

Lowan, G. (2008). Paddling tandem: A collaborative exploration of Outward Bound Canada’s Giwaykiwin Program for Aboriginal youth. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 20(1), 24-28.

Lowan, G. (2007). Outward Bound Giwaykiwin: Connecting to land and culture through Indigenous outdoor education. Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 19(3), 4-6.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Book review: Mestizaje and globalization: Transformations of identity and power. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 16(1), 188-190.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2015). Book review: Contemporary Studies in Environmental and Indigenous Pedagogies. Environmental Education Research, 21(4), 652-653. [Originally published online first August 19, 2014. DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2014.943561]

Lowan, G. (2010). Gaviotas: A village to reinvent the world? EECOM News, 4, 1-2.


Lowan, G. (2011).  Navigating the Wilderness Between Us: Exploring Ecological Métissage as an Emerging Vision for Environmental Education in Canada. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Calgary, Canada.

Lowan, G. (2008). Outward Bound Giwaykiwin: Wilderness-Based Indigenous EducationUnpublished master’s thesis, Lakehead University, Canada.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. & Fowler, T. (2018). Towards a critical understanding of Indigenous environmental issues in Canada: A curriculum review. Available at:

Gerlach, C & the Academic Committee for Sustainability [incl. Lowan-Trudeau, G.] (2015). University of Calgary sustainability plan. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary Academic Committee for Sustainability.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2014). Traditional territory. In R. Mishene (Ed.) The Walk a Mile Film Project: Facilitators’ Manual (pp. 70-71). Thunder Bay, ON: City of Thunder Bay.

Duxbury, P. & Lowan, G. (2012). Socio-economic effects from fly-in/ fly-out operations: Considering a Kitikmeot Inuit Association monitoring framework. RT Associates & Kitikmeot Inuit Association, NT.

Lowan, G. (2010). Response to proposed Nunavut Education Act amendments. RT Associates & Kitikmeot Inuit Association, NT.

Lowan, G. (2006). Ethnobotany Curriculum Package. Old Fort William Historical Park, Thunder Bay, ON.

Lowan, G. (2004). Outdoor Pursuits Expansion Proposal. Calgary Transition to Independence, AB.


Lowan-Trudeau, G. (October 21st, 2013). Fracking protesters air legitimate concerns [Letter to the editor]. Calgary Herald.

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (August, 2nd, 2013). Skeletons in Closet [Letter to the editor]. Calgary Herald, A11. 

Lowan-Trudeau, G. (September 22nd, 2012). Re: Complaint Filed Over ‘Fresh Breath’ Email [Letter to the editor]. Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal.

Wilkening, K., Parkes, M., Dery, S., Maher, P., Connell, D., Maurice, S., Hutchings, K., Lowan-Trudeau, G., Hoffman, R. (July 2012). Enbridge Enhances Climate Catastrophe [Letter to the editor]. Prince George Citizen.

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