Catherine Dussault is currently pursuing her doctorate in sociology at Laval University. Her research seeks to draw the “paradigm shift” as it is embodied in research done by and with Inuit from Nunavik (Québec Arctic). More specifically, her dissertation focuses on the discourses surrounding Inuit knowledge and the ways in which such knowledge is named, mobilized and valued in research conducted by and with Inuit across Nunavik. Catherine is a recipient of an SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship. She worked on the Indigenization of research and teaching programs as an Indigenous Curriculum Specialist in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa.
Latest publication: Vanthyune, Karine & Catherine Dussault. 2022. La décolonisation de l’enseignement universitaire à l’épreuve du colonialisme d’occupation, Recherches Sociologiques et Anthropologiques, 53-12.