Bioneers 2024 Conference

Tabitha Robin

Assistant Professor in the Applied Biology Program | University of British Columbia

Tabitha Robin

Tabitha Robin, Ph.D. (Métis/Cree/settler ancestry), an Assistant Professor in the Applied Biology program at the University of British Columbia, earned her doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Manitoba, where she examined the role of food in Cree helping and healing practices. Her research includes how Indigenous knowledges can be used as food literacy; the reclamation of Indigenous seed knowledges; and factors that affect Indigenous food sovereignty.

Panel Presentations:

Indigenous Forum – Natural Law and Food Sovereignty

March 28th | 4:45 pm to 6:00 pm