Bobby (Stanley) Henry

Lecturer (BEd, MEd, OCT)

Office: WH161
905 688 5550 x4436
shenry@brocku.ca

Bobby “Stanley” Henry is a community member of Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. He holds a Master of Education degree from Lakehead University and is currently a student in Trent University’s Ph.D. program in Indigenous Studies. His research interests are Indigenous education, Indigenous language reclamation programming, Indigenous identity, Hodinohsyó:ni Knowledge Systems, and teacher education. Bobby brings a wealth of Indigenous Knowledge to Brock University and his research projects, which are underway as he begins his career at Brock University.

  • Indigenous research methodologies
  • Indigenous education
  • Teacher education & curriculum
  • Indigenous storywork & Storytelling
  • Decolonization & anti-colonialism
  • Indigenous language reclamation/programming
  • Land-based pedagogies
  • Hodinohsyó:ni Ways of Knowing/Knowledge Systems

 

  • INDG 1F03 Introduction to Cayuga