A B O U T
Erynne Gilpin (Ph.D.) is a mixed Michif (the Pás MB, Citizen of Manitoba Métis Federation), Filipina and Celtic educator, film-maker and community-based researcher committed to Land-based wellness, leadership and place-based knowledge mobilization.
She comes from sweetgrass & mangoes.
Her work focuses on anti-oppressive pedagogues, storied learning methodologies and critical intersectionality as it applies to land-relations and community wellness.
She is the Co-Founder of UATÊ STORIED LEARNING, a film-based production company committed to land-based knowledge mobilization, and currently works as Assistant Professor with the School of Communication and Culture at Royal Roads University.
FILM BASED WORK
FOR THE LAND
FOR THE FUTURES