Our North Bay Campus is home to state-of-the-art facilities like the Harris Learning Library and the R.J. Surtees Student Athletics Centre. Customize your learning experience in our Applied and Professional Studies, Arts and Science, and Education degree programs.
As of Friday, June 24, 2016, the Muskoka Campus was closed. All programs have been moved and are now offered at the North Bay Campus. Please direct any inquiries to:
100 College Drive
North Bay, ON P1B 8L7
Tel: 705.474.3450, ext.4200
Toll Free (within Ontario): 800.655.5154
The Concurrent Education program at our Brantford Campus is offered in partnership with Laurier Brantford. Graduates receive an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Society, Culture & Environment from Laurier Brantford and a Bachelor of Education from Nipissing.
Selected Academic Funding:
2016-2017 SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, Co-applicant ($192, 454)
2016 Internal Research Grant, Nipissing University, Applicant ($5000)
2013-2016 SSHRC Insight Development Grant, Applicant ($60,000)
2012 SSHRC Standard Research Grant, A4 Rating
2010 SSHRC Community University Research Alliance, Co-applicant ($1,000,000)
Co-authored with Lorraine Sutherland, “Decolonizing, Indigenizing and Biiskaaybiiyang in the Field: Our Oral History Journey, Oral History Review, Vol 44, 1(2018).
Co-authored with John Long, Richard Preston, and Lorraine Sutherland, “Sharing the Land at Moose Factory in 1763,” Ontario History, accepted for publication.
“From Muzzu-Kummik-Quae to Jeanette Corbiere Laval and Back Again: Indigenous and Feminist Approaches to the First-Year Course in Canadian History.” In Feminist Pedagogy In Higher Education: Critical Theory and Practice. Eds. Tracey Penny Light, Jane Nicholas, and Renee Bondy. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press, 2015.
Henri Pallard, Carol Kauppi, Kathy King, and Katrina Srigley, “Homelessness in North Bay, Ontario, Canada,” OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development Volume 8 (2015): 37-50.
Co-author with Jennifer Evans. “Women of the North, who Ministered in the North: space and identity in the silences and recollections of the Sisters of St. Joseph.” Histoire Sociale/Social History, XLVII/93 (May 2014): 37-62.
Srigley, Katrina (2012) (invited publication). “‘I Am a Proud Anishinaabe Kwe’: issues of identity and status in northern Ontario after Bill C-31.” Finding a Way to the Heart: Feminist Writings on Aboriginal and Women’s History in Canada, eds. Valerie Korinek and Robin Jarvis Brownlee. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2012, 241-266.
Srigley, Katrina (2009). “Stories of Strife?: Remembering the Great Depression,” Special Issue: Remembering Family, Analyzing Home: Oral History and the Family, Oral History Forum, 29, pp. 20-40.
Srigley, Katrina (co-author) and Stacey Zembrzycki (2009). “ Remembering Family, Analyzing Home: Oral History and the Family,” Oral History Forum, 29, pp 1-19.
Srigley, Katrina (2007). “Clothing Stories: Consumption, Identity, and Desire in Depression-era Toronto.” Journal of Women’s History 19, 1: pp. 82-104.
Srigley, Katrina (2005). “In Case You Hadn’t Noticed!”: Race, Ethnicity and Women’s Wage-earning in a Depression-Era City.” Labour/Le Travail 55, Spring : pp. 69-105.
Recent Book Reviews
Review of Jill Doerfler, Those Who Belong: Identity, Blood, and Citizenship Among the White Earth Anishnaabeg (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2015) in Canadian Journal of History, 52, 1(Spring Summer 2017).
Review of Mary Jane Logan McCallum, Indigenous Women and Work, 1940-1970 (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2014) in Canadian Historical Review, March 2015.
Srigley, Katrina (2010) (invited publication). “Having Minds of Our Own: Gender Equality in the Academy,” Academic Matters: the journal of higher education.
Alison Prentice Award in Women’s History for the best book in women’s history published in the last three years, 2013.
Research Achievement Award, Nipissing University Faculty Association, 2011.
5416 History of Gender5106 Indigenous and non-Indigenous Relations in Canadian History
4385 Gender in Canadian History3355/6 History of Women and Gender in Canada3257 Canadian Working Class History1006 Dangerous, Wild, and Beautiful: Women in 20th Century Canada
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