Joe Sawchuk is an anthropologist. He has worked as a consultant for various Aboriginal organizations and has taught anthropology at the University of Toronto and at Memorial University. He is Professor of Socio-Cultural Anthropology at Brandon University, whose research interests include 20th Century Metis, Chamorro of Guam, Native Political Organizations, and Political Anthropology. He is the author of The Metis of Manitoba: Reformulation of an Ethnic Identity, co-author of Metis Land Rights in Alberta: A Political History, and has written numerous articles.
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