Will Stolz

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Academic Qualifications: 

• MES, Lakehead University, Northern Environments and Cultures. Thesis: Coming to know through story: Exploring the social economy of blueberry foraging in Northwestern Ontario

• HBEM, Lakehead University, Wildlife Conservation and Management. Thesis: Comparison of ASTM & ISO standards for grading of northern wood species

Date joined Lakehead: 
April 2024
Previous Teaching/Work: 

Peer-Reviewed Academic Publications:
Nelson, C. H., M.L. Stroink, C.Z. Levkoe, R. Kakegamic, E. Mckay, W. Stolz, and A. Streutker. (2019). Understanding social economy through a complexity lens: Four case studies in Northwestern Ontario. Canadian Food Studies 6(3) 33-59.

Book Chapters:
Dowsley, M., S.A. Heyes, A. Bunce, and W. Stolz. (2022). Berry Harvesting in the Eastern Arctic An Enduring Expression of Inuit Women’s Identity. Memory and landscape Indigenous responses to a changing north. Pratt, K.L., & S.A. Heyes. Athabasca University Press. (2022).