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About Sam Grey

Sam Grey is a researcher, author, and consultant whose practical and academic engagements focus on peacebuilding, reconciliation, memory, and historical justice. She has worked with, in, and for Indigenous communities in northern Thailand, Andean Peru, the American Upper Midwest, and along Canada’s Great Lakes and Pacific coast; as well as teaching at Trent University, Six Nations Polytechnic, and the University of Victoria; and serving on the founding Board of Directors of the Yachay Kuychi Pluriversity. Supported by the Fulbright Program, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and the Canadian Federation of University Women, Sam has focused her graduate studies in political theory and comparative politics on political virtue, axiology, and the politics of emotion; commemoration, the “memory wars,” and memory laws; non-Western political theory; Indigenous comparative politics; anticolonial feminist praxes; and methodological issues in decolonizing research.


2016 - Present Research Associate, University of the Fraser Valley ‐ Agriburban Research Centre
Present Doctoral Candidate - Political Science Department, University of Victoria

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • Visiting Research Scholar (Fulbright Canada)
  • Dr. Margaret McWilliams Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (Canadian Federation of University Women)
  • Ian H. Stewart Graduate Fellowship (Centre for Studies in Religion & Society - University of Victoria)
  • Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship (SSHRC)
  • Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Master's Scholarship (SSHRC)

Articles (16)

Book Chapters (1)

Theses (2)

Edited Books (3)