Educated in Canada, Nicole Gombay teaches Geography at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Her research has, in various ways, been linked to the experience of Indigenous people living in the context of a settler society, placing a particular emphasis on the impacts of the inclusion of Indigenous populations in the political and economic institutions associated with the state. The context for her research has been in the Arctic, with a particular emphasis on Inuit populations in Canada. Nicole is currently involved in two research projects in Nunavik, in northern Quebec. The first project is related to poaching, and the second is related to Inuit entrepreneurs.
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