Indigenous Studies Series
John Steckley - Indigenous Studies Series Editor
John Steckley is an experienced educator, writer, and editor. He holds a doctorate in education from the University of Toronto and taught at Humber College from 1983 to 2015. John also held teaching positions at Memorial University, Laurentian University, and Trent University.
John’s area of academic specialization is Indigenous Studies, particularly of the language, culture, and history of the Wendat (Huron) and Wyandot peoples, which is the subject of eight of his publications. In addition to writing over one hundred book chapters and articles, John has published nineteen books and has another three underway. He currently works as the Tribal Linguist for the Wyandotte of Oklahoma.
Call for book proposals
As Indigenous Studies Series Editor, John is seeking proposals for books that support teaching and address critical topics in Indigenous Studies in the twenty-first century. He welcomes ideas for books that concern issues including but not limited to Indigenous women, education, land and water protection and rights, and residential schools and housing.