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Lawrence Barkwell: Curriculum Vitae

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:

 Barkwell, L.J. "Evaluation of Pre-Court Screening and Diversion", Government of


Manitoba, Department of Health and Social Development. 1973
 Barkwell, L.J. and Qureshi, N. "Program Evaluation Model and Rationale". Harbour Boys'
Club Services of Thunder Bay, April 1976.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Differential treatment of juveniles on probation", Canadian Journal of
Criminology and Corrections, 1976, 18, (4), 363-378.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Differential probation treatment of delinquency". In R. Ross and P.
Gendreau (Eds), Effective Correctional Treatment. Toronto: Butterworths, 1980, Chapter 16,
279-297.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Differential treatment of juveniles on probation: An evaluative study." In
W.A. Morrison (ed), Juvenile Delinquency - An Action Systems Theory Reader. Lexington,
Mass.: Ginn & Co., 1981, 230-242.
 Barkwell, L.J., Boyko, J., Finkle, A., Knight, R., Lavallee, B., and Ritchie-Dickson, N.
Report and Recommendations on the Future Direction for Winnipeg Receiving Resources
Inc. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Receiving Resources Inc., 1987.
 Barkwell, L.J., and Chartrand, D.N. Devalued People: The Cycle Leading into
Demoralization and Victimization. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation Inc., 1989.
 Barkwell, L.J., Gray, D.N., Richard, R.H., Chartrand, D.N., and Longclaws, L.N. Research
and Analysis of the Impact of the Justice System on the Metis. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis
Federation Inc., 1989.
 Barkwell, L.J., Gray, D.N., Chartrand, D.N., Longclaws, L.N. and Richard, R.H. "Devalued
people: The status of the Metis in the justice system." In Canadian Journal of Native Studies,
Vol 9, (1), 1989.
 Barkwell, L.J., Longclaws, L.N., and Chartrand, D.N. "The status of Metis children in the
child welfare system." In Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 9, (1), 1989.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Early law and social control among the Metis." In S.W. Corrigan and L.J.
Barkwell (Eds.) The Struggle for Recognition: Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation.
Winnipeg: Pemmican Publishers Inc., 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Introduction: Part Two, The Twentieth Century." In S.W. Corrigan and L.J.
Barkwell (Eds.) The Struggle for Recognition: Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation (69-
72). Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J., Gray, D.N., Chartrand, D.N., Longclaws, L.N. and Richard, R.H. "Devalued
people: The status of the Metis in the justice system." In S.W. Corrigan and L.J. Barkwell
(Eds.) The Struggle for Recognition: Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation. Winnipeg:
Pemmican Publishers Inc., 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J., Longclaws, L.N., and Chartrand, D.N. "The status of Metis children in the
child welfare system." In S.W. Corrigan and L.J. Barkwell (Eds.) The Struggle for
Recognition: Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publishers Inc.,
1991.
 Barkwell, L.J., Gray, D.N., Chartrand, D.N., Longclaws, L.N. and Richard, R.H. "Devalued
people: The status of the Metis in the justice system." In S.W. Corrigan (Ed.) Readings in
Aboriginal Studies; Volume I: Human Services. Brandon: Bearpaw Publishing, 1991.

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 Barkwell, L.J., Longclaws, L.N., and Chartrand, D.N. "The status of Metis children in the
child welfare system." In S.W. Corrigan (Ed.) Readings in Aboriginal Studies; Volume I:
Human Services. Brandon: Bearpaw Publishing, 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Dina Delaronde. Northwest Michif Child and Family Services Inc.:
Family Support Worker Training Program. CEIC Job Entry, Pre-Operational Assistance
Grant, Final Report. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, September 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J. and D. Chartrand. "Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation." In Curt T.
Griffiths (Ed.). Self-Sufficiency in Northern Justice Issues, (pp. 107-120). Vancouver: The
Northern Justice Society and Simon Fraser University, 1992.
 Barkwell, L.J. (1992). "Early law and social control among the Metis." In R.A. Silverman
and M. Nielson (Eds.) Aboriginal Peoples and Canadian Criminal Justice.(pp. 61-68).
Toronto: Butterworths, 1992.
 Barkwell, L.J. (1992). "Risk and Needs Assessment: Final Report." Winnipeg: Manitoba
Justice, Community and Youth Corrections, 1992.
 Barkwell, L.J. and L.N. Longclaws (Eds). "The History of the Plains-Ojibway and the
Waywayseecappo First Nation (Vol. 1). Winnipeg: Waywayseecappo First Nation, 1997.
 Barkwell, L.J. and L.N. Longclaws (Eds). "The History of the Plains-Ojibway and the
Waywayseecappo First Nation (Vol. 2). Winnipeg: Waywayseecappo First Nation, 1998.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Fred Shore. (Eds.) Past Reflects the Present: The Metis Elders
Conference. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, 1997.
 Bonta, J., Parkinson, R., Barkwell, L., and B. Pang. (1993) "Toward a revised Manitoba
Offender Classification system." Ottawa: Ministry Secretariat, Solicitor General Canada,
unpublished report, Sept., 30, 1993.
 Bonta, J., Parkinson, R., Barkwell, L., and S. Wallace-Capretta. (1994). "The revised
Manitoba Classification System: Post-Probation recidivism." Ottawa: Ministry Secretariat,
Solicitor General Canada, unpublished report, Aug., 8, 1994.
 Corrigan, S.W. and L.J. Barkwell (Eds.). The Struggle for Recognition: Canadian Justice and
the Metis Nation. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications Inc., 1991.
 Longclaws, L.N. and Barkwell, L.J. "Manitoba Metis Federation: Submission to the United
Nations World Summit for Children." Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, 1990.
 Longclaws, L., L. Barkwell, W. Charter, A. Charter. "Traditional Healing: Harmony and
balance in the contemporary context." In M. Nicholson (Ed.) Justice and Northern Families:
In Crisis ... In Healing ... In Control. Vancouver: Simon Fraser University, 1994, pp. 103-
118.
 Longclaws, L.N., L.J. Barkwell, and P. Rosebush. (1993). "Report of the Waywayseecappo
First Nation Domestic violence project." Winnipeg: Contract No. 1514-93/WA1-525,
Solicitor General of Canada, Corrections Branch, Ministry Secretariat.
 Longclaws, L.N., L.J. Barkwell, and P. Rosebush. "Report of the Waywayseecappo First
Nation Domestic violence project." Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2, 1994.
 Longclaws, L.N., B. Galaway, and L.J. Barkwell. (1996). “Piloting Family Group
Conferences for Young Aboriginal Offenders in Winnipeg, Canada.” In J. Hudson, A. Morris
and B. Galaway (Eds.) Care, Crime and Conferencing. Annadale, New South Wales,
Australia: Federation Press Pty Ltd.
 Barkwell, L.J. (Ed.) Claiming Our Inheritance:Metis Youth Labour Awareness Conference,
Benchmark Report. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, 1998.
 Barkwell, L.J., L. Dorion and D. R. Préfontaine. Resources for Metis Researchers. Winnipeg:
Louis Riel Institute and Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1999.
 Fleury, N. and L. J. Barkwell. La Lawng: Michif Peekishkwewin: The Canadian Michif
Language Dictionary. Winnipeg: Metis Resource Centre, 2000.
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 Barkwell, L.J., L. Dorion and D. R. Préfontaine. Metis Legacy: A Metis Historiography and
Annotated Bibliography. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications and Louis Riel Institute, 2001.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Legacy: Michif Heritage and Culture. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis
Federation, 2002.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Ed Swain. “Contributions made by Metis people.” In Saskatchewan
Learning, Aboriginal Education Unit, Native Studies 10 Curriculum Guide, Regina:
Saskatchewan Learning, July 2002: 324-325.
 Barkwell, L.J., (Edtor). La Lawng: Michif Peekishkwewin, The Heritage Language of the
Canadian Metis, Volume One, Language Practice Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 2004.
 Barkwell, L.J., “Biography: Senator Gilbert Pelletier, Metis Elder,” New Breed Magazine,
Volume 33, Issue 2: 9, March-April, 2004.
 Barkwell, L.J., (Editor). La Lawng: Michif Peekishkwewin, The Heritage Language of the
Canadian Metis, Volume Two, Language Theory. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 2004.
 Barkwell, L. J., “John Norquay (1841-1889), Buffalo Trails and Tales, Volume, XXXIX, Fall
2004: 8.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Firsts in North America. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation website
under Educational Resources, 2004.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Georgina Ann Charter: Medicine Wolf Woman.” Grassroots News, March 9,
2005: p. 17.
 Barkwell, L. J., “Senator Thelma Chalifoux.” Buffalo Trails and Tales, Volume, XXXXII,
Summer 2005: 8.
 Barkwell, L. J., Batoche 1885: The Militia of the Metis Liberation Movement. Winnipeg:
Manitoba Metis Federation, 2005.
 Barkwell, L. J., “Order of the Metis Nation Recipient Senator Edward Head.” The Metis
Nation, Issue I, Volume I, March 2005: p. 21.
 Barkwell, L. J., “Georgina Ann Charter: Medicine Wolf Woman.” New Breed Magazine, Fall,
2005: p. 6.
 Barkwell, L.J., L. Dorion and D. R. Préfontaine. “History of Metis Settlements and
Communities.” Grassroots News , Vol. 10, No. 20, May 23, 2006: 28-29.
 Barkwell, L.J., L.M. Dorion and A. Hourie. Metis Legacy, Volume Two: Michif Culture,
Heritage and Folkways. Saskatoon, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Winnipeg: Pemmican
Publications, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J., L. Dorion and D. R. Préfontaine. Metis Legacy Volume Three: Metis History
Through Biography. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, forthcoming 2011.
 Barkwell, L.J. writing as Laurent LaPrairie “D’Arcy McNickle (1904-1977).” In New Breed
Magazine, Winter 2008:1.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Women of the 1885 Resistance.” New Breed Magazine, Winter 2009: 7-15.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Larry Haag. The Boundary Commission’s Metis Scouts: The 49th
Rangers. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2009.
 Barkwell, L.J. writing as Laurent LaPrairie with Jean LaPrairie.. Cuthbert Grant and the
Battle of Seven Oaks. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2010.
 Barkwell, L.J. writing as Laurent LaPrairie with Jean Laprairie. Cuthbert Grant et la Bataille
de la Grenouillè. Winnipeg, Louis Riel Institute, 2010.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Red River Cart” in the Encyclopedia of French Cultural Heritage in North
America, 2011, at http://www.ameriquefrancaise.org/en/article-59/Red_River_Cart.html
 Barkwell, L.J. « Charrette de la rivière Rouge. » in the Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel
de l’Amérique Français, 2011, at http://www.ameriquefrancaise.org/fr/article-
58/Charrette_de_la_rivi%C3%A8re_Rouge.html#.VFDpASLF9Js

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 Barkwell, L. J. Veterans and Families of the 1885 Northwest Resistance. Saskatoon: Gabriel
Dumont Institute, 2011.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Metis Militia.” In Walter Hildebrandt, The Battle of Batoche: British
Small Warfare and the Entrenched Metis, Second Edition. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2012: 46.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Brave Women, Courageous Children.” In Walter Hildebrandt, The Battle of
Batoche: British Small Warfare and the Entrenched Metis, Second Edition. Vancouver:
Talonbooks, 2012: 96.
 Barkwell, L.J. Soldats Métis dans la guerre de 1812. Winnipeg: Red River Métis 1812 Ad
Hoc Committee, 2013.
 Barkwell, L.J. Métis Soldiers in the War of 1812. Winnipeg: Red River Métis 1812 Ad Hoc
Committee, 2013.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Norman Fleury. Michif Language Resources: Annotated Bibliography.
Great Falls, Montana: Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, 2015.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume A. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2015. ISBN: 9781927531020.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume B. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2015. ISBN: 9781927531037.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume C. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2015. ISBN: 9781927531051.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume D. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2015. ISBN: 9781927531068.
 Barkwell, L.J. The Cypress Hills Metis Hunting Brigade. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2015. ISBN: 9781927531044.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Norman Fleury. Cree Language Resources: Annotated Bibliography.
Great Falls, Montana: Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, 2016.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Norman Fleury. Anishinaabe/Chippewa/Ojibwe Language Resources:
Annotated Bibliography. Great Falls, Montana: Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of
Montana, 2016.
 Barkwell, L.J. Battle of Seven Oaks: A Metis Perspective (2nd Edition). Winnipeg, Louis
Riel Institute, 2016. ISBN: 9781927531044.
 Barkwell, L.J., and D. R. Préfontaine. A Metis Studies Bibliography: Annotated
Bibliography and References. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, Saskatoon: Gabriel
Dumont Institute, 2016. ISBN: 9781927531075.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Larry Haag. The Boundary Commission’s Metis Scouts: The 49th
Rangers. (2nd Edition). Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2016. ISBN: 9780980991246.
 Barkwell, L.J. The Metis Homeland: Its Settlements and Communities. Winnipeg: Louis
Riel Institute, 2016. ISBN: 9781927531129.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Afterword.” In Charles Duncan Thompson, Red Sun: Gabriel Dumont,
The Folk Hero. Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute Publishing, 2016: 249.
 Barkwell, L.J., Leah Marie Dorion and Anne Carrière Acco. Women of the Metis Nation.
Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 2016. ISBN: 9781926795812 [In press].
 Barkwell, L.J. Paashkiiyaakanaan daan la prayrii di la Goornouyayr: We Won at Frog
Plain. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Battle of Seven Oaks”, Canadian Encyclopedia, online
https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/seven-oaks-incident/
 Barkwell, L.J. Paashkiiyaakanaan daan la prayrii di la Goornouyayr: We Won at Frog

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Plain. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume E to F. Winnipeg: Louis Riel
Institute, 2018. ISBN: 9781927531167.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume T to Z. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2018. ISBN: 9781927531174.
 Barkwell, L.J. La Michinn: Traditional Metis Medicines and Healing. Winnipeg: Louis Riel
Institute, 2018. ISBN 978-1-927531-15-0.
 Barkwell, L.J. Historic Metis Settlements in Manitoba and Geographic Place Names.
Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute, 2018. ISBN 978-1-927531-18-1.
 Barkwell, L.J. The History of the Manitoba Metis Federation. Winnipeg: Louis Riel Institute,
2018. ISBN: 978-1-927531-19-8.
 Peters, Evelyn, Matthew Stock, Adrian Werner with Lawrie Barkwell. Rooster Town: The
History of an Urban Metis Community, 1901-1961. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press,
2018. ISBN: 978-0-88755-825-2.
 Barkwell, L.J. Metis Dictionary of Biography, Volume N to P. Winnipeg: Louis Riel
Institute, 2019. ISBN: 9781592753123.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Louise Vein. “The History of the Metis Sash.” In Larry Chartrand and
Yvonne Boyer (Eds.) Metis Rising, Vol. II. Regina: University of Regina Press, forthcoming.

ACADEMIC CONFERENCES and other PRESENTATIONS:

 Barkwell, L.J. and Hammond, A.L. "A discussion of learning disabilities and their
relationship to delinquency," paper presented at the Canadian Congress of Criminology
and Corrections, Calgary, Alberta, July 5, 1977.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Observations on Discrimination and Dehumanization in the Criminal
Justice System.” Presentation to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry, Dec. 15, 1988.
Winnipeg: Four Seasons Reporting Services Ltd., 1989.
 Barkwell, L.J. "Judicial Inquiries - Implications." Paper presented at the Prairie Justice
Research Consultation (Prairie Justice Research Consortium), Strategies to Increase
Decarceration of Aboriginal Offenders. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, March 30,1990.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Chartrand, D.N. "Canadian Justice and the Metis Nation." Paper
presented at the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Justice Ministers Conference: Achieving
Justice: Today and Tomorrow. Whitehorse: September 3-7, 1991.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Longclaws, L.N. "Aboriginal people and the justice system." Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Indian/Native Studies Association.
Brandon: October 3-5, 1991.
 Chartrand, D.N., Barkwell, L.J., and Gray, D.N. "The struggle for recognition: Canadian
Justice and the Metis Nation." Paper presented at the Northern Justice Society
Conference; Self-Sufficiency in Northern Justice Issues. Sitka, Alaska: April 14-18, 1991.
 Bonta, J., R. Parkinson, and L. Barkwell. (1994) "Risk and Need Assessments in
Relation to Community Corrections: Revising the Wisconsin Classification System."
Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting. Miami, Florida:
Nov. 12, 1994.
 Longclaws, L., L. Barkwell, W. Charter, A. Charter. (1993). "Traditional Healing:
Harmony and balance in the contemporary context." Presentation at the Northern Justice
Society Conference, Kenora, Ontario, June 1993.
 Longclaws, L.N. and L.J. Barkwell. “Workshop on Family Group Conferences,”

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Presentation at Congress ‘95: Canadian Congress on Criminal Justice, Winnipeg,
October 1, 1995.
 Barkwell, L.J. (1996). “Perspectives on Information Systems: Program Requirements for
Information and Their Application.” Paper presented at the Spring Institute on Case
Management. Winnipeg: U of M, Continuing Education Division, May 14, 1996.
 Barkwell, L.J. (1996). “Perspectives on Assessment: Considerations in Developing Case
Management: Tools for Case Managers.” Paper presented at the Spring Institute on Case
Management. Winnipeg: U of M, Continuing Education Division, May 16, 1996.
 Date, B., L. Monkman, M.A. Smith and L.J. Barkwell. (1996). “Mediation in the
Aboriginal Context. Family Group Conferencing: What’s It All About?” Presentation at
the Family Mediation Conference, October 25, 1996, Winnipeg.
 Barkwell, L.J. Canada Law Commission Roundtable on Traditional Indigenous Law,
Winnipeg: University of Winnipeg, October 12, 2004.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Traditional Metis Health Concepts.” Presentation at the 8th National
Metis Youth Conference. Winnipeg: March 11-13, 2005.
 Barkwell, L.J. “History of Metis Culture and Traditional Medicine.” Presentation at
Manitoba Metis Federation Youth Conference. Winnipeg: Mach 28-31, 2005.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Beadwork as a Marker of Metis Identity.” Presentation at the South
East Region, Regional Youth Meeting, Great Falls, Manitoba, February 25, 2006.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Decorative Arts.” 9th National Metis Youth Conference, Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan, March 11, 2006.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Michif Flags, Michif Language and Michif Decorative Arts.” Gathering
of Generations Metis History and Culture Day. Winnipeg: R.B. Russell Vocational High
School, March 15, 2006.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Beadwork.” Presentation at the St. Ambroise Metis Festival, St.
Ambroise, Manitoba, May 20, 2006.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Identity.” Presentation at the 2007 Conference on Post-Secondary
Education for Metis, University of Winnipeg. Winnipeg, January 11, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Families of the 1885 Resistance.” Winnipeg: MMF Annual General
Assembly, September 15-16, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J “History of the Batoche Resistance.” CBC Radio (Saskatchewan) October
5, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Mitchef History.” Turtle Mountain Community College Language and
Culture Workshop, Belcourt, North Dakota, November 15, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Batoche 1885: The Families of the Resistance.” Turtle Mountain
Community College Language and Culture Workshop, Belcourt, North Dakota,
November 16, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Riel’s Sash” CBC Daybreak, Prince George B.C., November 28, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Michif History and Culture.” Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive
School, Selkirk, MB, December 5, 2007.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Women of the 1885 Resistance.” Paper presented at Metis Women’s
History of Resistance and Survival, Storytelling Circle and Symposium. Tourond’s
Coulée, Saskatchewan, Parks Canada and Gabriel Dumont Institute, April 24, 2008.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Introduction to the Metis Nation: Metis Culture and Metis Identity.”
Winnipeg: Presentation at Winnipeg School Division Aboriginal Academic Achievement
Meeting. April 30, 2008.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Introduction to Metis Culture and Identity.” Presentaton at Shawane
Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum. Winnipeg: May 8, 2008.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Families of the Resistance.” Presentation at Batoche National Historic

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Site, Honouring Our Metis Heroes, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Parks Canada, and Friends
of Batoche, November 15, 2009.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Families of the Resistance.” Presentation at the University of
Saskatchewan Honouring Our Metis Heroes, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Parks Canada,
Friends of Batoche, and SUNTEP Saskatoon, November 16, 2009.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Batoche Veterans and Families 1885” and “The Cypress Hills Metis
Hunting Band.” Presentation at Batoche National Historic Site, Gabriel Dumont Institute,
2011.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Soldiers in the War of 1812.” Presentation at Batoche, Gabriel
Dumont Institute, 2012.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Daniel’s Case - What does it mean to Métis people?” Shawane
Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum. Winnipeg, April 3, 2013.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Remembrance of Things Past: Winnipeg’s Rooster Town, the Last Metis
Road Allowance Community in Winnipeg. Shawane Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education
Research Forum. Winnipeg, April 30, 2014.
 Barkwell, L.J. Jennine Krauchi and George Fleury. “Metis Rights Through Art: Shawane
Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum. Winnipeg, May 20, 2015.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Culture and History.” Aboriginal Education and Leadership
Institute Workshop. Manitoba School Boards Association/Manitoba Association of
School Trustees/Manitoba Aboriginal Education Directorate. Winnipeg: January 16,
2015.
 Barkwell, L.J. Jennine Krauchi and George Fleury. “Metis Rights Through Art.” Two
presentations at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, April, 2016.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis History and Culture.” Certificate of Indigenous Relations
Program: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Manitoba Sustainable
Development, May 25, 2016.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Community-Based Research.” Shawane Dagosiwin: Aboriginal
Education Research Forum. Winnipeg, May 27, 2016.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Rooster Town: Metis People’s Experience with Displacement.” Shawane
Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum. Winnipeg, April 24, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Indigenous Representations at the Museum: Inclusions and
Controversies [Metis Art Inclusion at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights].” Panel
participant, the P.E. Trudeau Foundation Summer Institute, Winnipeg, May 11, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis History and Culture.” Certificate of Indigenous Relations
Program: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Manitoba Sustainable
Development, May 25, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Nicholas Vrooman, “Relatively Speaking – The Métis –A People
Beyond Borders” River Road Festival, St. Louis Saskatchewan, September 16, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Nicholas Vrooman, “Relatively Speaking – The Métis –A People
Beyond Borders” University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Saskatchewan, September 18,
2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. and Nicholas Vrooman, “Relatively Speaking – The Métis –A ``People
Beyond Borders” Gabriel Dumont Institute, Saskatoon Saskatchewan, September 18,
2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Displacement of Indigenous People from the Forks of the Red and
Assiniboine Rivers.” Paper presented at the American Society for Ethnohistory, 63rd

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Annual Meeting, October 12, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Forgotten History of Rooster Town: Kinship and the Last Metis
Road Allowance Community.” Paper presented at the American Society for
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Ethnohistory, 63 Annual Meeting, October 14, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Metis Children’s Land (Section 31, Manitoba Act).” Winnipeg:
University of Manitoba, Fall Colloquium, Dec. 6, 2017.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Metis and ‘Truth and Reconciliation’.” Presentation to Manitoba
Agriculture, Certificate of Indigenous Relations, November 21, 2018.
 Barkwell, L.J. “The Metis and ‘Truth and Reconciliation’.” Presentation to the Public
Health Agency of Canada, January 9, 2019.
 Barkwell, L.J. “Storytelling—Metis Oral History.” Mobilizing Metis Youth Conference,
Brandon, MB., March 25, 1019.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:

 1969 - 1970, University of Winnipeg, Library Building Committee.


 1969 - 1970, University of Winnipeg, Senate Committee on the Nature and Role of the
University.
 1976 - 1985, Board of Directors (advisory), Winchester House Inc.
 1977 - 1985, Board of Directors, Manitoba Society of Criminology.
 1980 - 1983, Vice-President, Manitoba Society of Criminology.
 1980 - 1989, Board of Directors (advisory), Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Marymound
School Inc.
 1980 - 1985, Board of Directors, United Church Halfway Homes.
 1984 - 1985, Chairman, Finance Committee, United Church Halfway Homes.
 1980 - 1981, Canadian Congress on the Prevention of Crime, Steering Committee,
(Publicity Chairman).
 1981 - 1984, Board of Directors, Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime.
 1983 - 1988, Board of Directors, Project Neecheewam Inc.
 1984 - 1991, Board of Directors, Child and Family Services of Eastern Manitoba.
 1984 - 1989, Treasurer, Child and Family Services of Eastern Manitoba.
 1986 - 1990, Planning and Allocations Committee, United Way of Winnipeg.
 1987 - 1988, Appointed to the Board of Directors, Winnipeg Receiving Resources Inc.,
by the Minister of Community Services and Corrections.
 1987 - 1988, Treasurer, Winnipeg Receiving Resources Inc.
 1988 - 1991, Board of Directors, Society for Manitobans with Disabilities.
 1989 - 2002, Volunteer, Manitoba Metis Federation, Child and Family Services
Committee.
 1990 - 1997, Co-ordinator of the Metis Elders Oral History Project, retrieval of Metis
customary law and social control methods. Funded by a Grant from the Manitoba Law
Foundation.
 1997 - 2005, Board of Directors, Pemmican Publications Inc. (Treasurer).
 2001 – present MMF Beadwork instructor.
 2002, Volunteer (Security), North American Indigenous Games.
 2005, Volunteer Beadwork Instructor, St. Norbert Metis Council.
 2010 – 2015, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Advisory Committee, At

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Home/Chez Soi.
 2011 – present, Director, Board of Directors, Friends of Upper Fort Garry.
 2017 – present, Honorary Elder, St. Norbert Parish La Barrière Metis Council.

AWARDS:
 1976 - Canadian Criminology and Corrections Association, National Research Competition:
First Prize.
 1983 - Manitoba Society of Criminology, Longstanding Service Award.
 1985 - Eagle Feather.
 1988 - Project Neecheewam, Service Award.
 1990 - Voted an Honourary Life Member of the Manitoba Metis Federation (22nd MMF
Annual Assembly).
 1993 - Hawk Fan
 1998 - Health Canada: Aboriginal Head Start; Service Award.
 1999 – Eagle Feather
 2001 - Louis Riel Institute; Service Award.
 2002 - Saskatchewan Book Awards, Award for Publishing in Education, for Metis Legacy.
 2003 - Eagle Feather
 2003 – Hawk Fan
 2007 - Certificate of Honorary Membership. MMF, 39th Annual General Assembly,
September 16, 2007
 2007 – Metis Legacy Vol. II, nominated for Saskatchewan Book Awards, Publishing in
Education and Non-fiction Book of the Year.
 2009– Metis Legacy Vol. II, nominated and short-listed for the Margaret McWilliams Award
for Writing in History (Manitoba Historical Society).
 2010 – Certificat de Mérite, Autochtones Métis de la Nation Québécoise.
 2012 – Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
 2016 – Honorary Elder, St. Norbert Parish La Barrière Metis Council.
 2018 - Manitoba Metis Federation, Distinguished Leader in Education Ally Award,.
 2019 - Aboriginal Circle of Educators, Hounoring Our Allies Award.