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Shiri Pasternak is a Toronto-based researcher, writer, and organizer.
2023 // Annals of the American Association of Geographers (coming soon)
How Colonialism Makes Its World: Infrastructure and First Nation Debt in Canada
2022-12-22 // Toronto Star
With Ted Rutland
The disconnect between growing police budgets and public consciousness has never been greater
2022-12-10 // National Observer
25 years on, the battle to enforce a monumental Supreme Court decision rages on
2022-08-17 // National Observer
With Patti Sonntag and Ryan Moore
Canada’s takeover of First Nations finances left a legacy of substandard homes and contaminated water
2022 // Political Geography (edited collection)
Infrastructure, Jurisdiction, Extractivism: Keywords for decolonizing geographies
2021 // A Yellowhead Institute Red Paper Report
With Naiomi Metallic
2020-02-07 // The Conversation
Wet’suwet’en: Why Are Indigenous Rights Being Defined by an Energy Corporation?
2020-01-15 // Globe and Mail
No, those who defend the Wet’suwet’en territory are not criminals
2020 // Yellowhead Institute Policy Brief
Why Are Indigenous Rights being Defined by an Energy Corporation?
2019 // A Yellowhead Institute Red Paper Report
With Hayden King
2017 // Research Article Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
With Tia Dafnos
How does a settler state secure the circuitry of capital?