Publications & Presentations

Seascapes-informed research, dialogue and engagement


George, R. Y., & Wiebe, S. M. (2020). Fluid Decolonial Futures: Water as a Life, Ocean Citizenship and Seascape Relationality. New Political Science, 42(4), 498–520.

Bagelman, J. (2016). Geo-politics of paddling: ‘Turning the Tide’ on extraction. Citizenship Studies, 20(8), 1012–1037.




Rachel George, Jen Bagelman and Sarah Marie Wiebe, Panel  (2021)
Lively Archives: in the wake of energy developments
Oceans as Archives Conference Series, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Rachel George, Indigenous Feminisms Workshop (2021)
Fluid Decolonial Futures: Coastal Indigenous Relationality and Resistance
University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

Sarah Marie Wiebe, Guest Lecture (2021)
Fluid Decolonial Futures: Water as Life, Ocean Citizenship and Seascape Relationality
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC



Rachel George, Indigenous Relationalities Workshop (2019)
Unmaking Colonial Borders with Our Canoe
Prairie Political Science Association Annual Conference, Banff, AB

Rachel George, Presentation (2019)
The Future of Our Nations: Unlearning Colonial Borders in our Canoe
AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Rachel George, Presentation (2019)
Resisting Erasure, Living Continuity: Unmaking Colonial Borders with the Canoe
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Hamilton, New Zealand