Selected Academic Publications and Links:
Gehl, L. (2015). My Ally Bill of Responsibilities. In Anne Bishop (Author), Becoming an Ally: Breaking the Cycle of Oppression in People (pp. 98-100). 3rd ed. Halifax and Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing. Click here
Gehl, L. (2013). Indian Rights for Indian Babies: Canada’s ‘Unstated Paternity’ Policy. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 8(2), 55-73. Click here
Gehl, L., with Ross, H. (2013). Disenfranchised Spirit: A Theory and A Model. Pimitasiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 11(1), 31-42. Click here
Gehl, L. (2012). Debwewin Journey: A Methodology and Model of Knowing. AlterNative, 8(1), 53-65.
Gehl, L. (2012). Unknown and Unstated Paternity and The Indian Act: Enough is Enough! Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, 3(2), 188-199.
Gehl, L. (2010). From Cognitive Imperialism to Indigenizing ‘The Learning Wigwam.’ World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Journal, 11-25. Click here
Gehl, L. (2006). ‘The Queen and I’: Discrimination Against Women in the Indian Act Continues. In A. Medovarski & B. Cranney (Eds.), Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader (2nd ed.) (pp. 162-171). Toronto: Inanna Publications and Education Inc.
Gehl, L. (2005). ‘Oh Canada! Your Home is Native Land’: The Algonquin Land Claim Process. Atlantis, 29(2), 148-150. Click here
Gehl, L. (2004). The Rebuilding of a Nation: A Grassroots Analysis of the Nation-Building Process in Canada. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 23(1), 57-82. Click here
Gehl, L. (2000). The Canadian Nation. Canadian Woman Studies, 20(2), 69.
Gehl, L. (2000). ‘The Queen and I’: Discrimination Against Women in the Indian Act Continues. Canadian Woman Studies, 20(2), 64-69. Click here