Selected Academic Publications and Links:
Gehl, Lynn. "Indigenous knowledge, symbolic literacy and the 1764 Treaty at Niagara" in Indigenizing the Academy. Edited Volume. Under Review.
Gehl, Lynn with Harold Ross. "Disenfranchised Spirit: A Theory and A Model." Pimitasiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 11.1 (2013): 33-44. In Press.
Gehl, Lynn (Gii-Zhigaate-Mindoo-Kwe). "Debwewin Journey: A Methodology and Model of Knowing." AlterNative 8.1 (2012): 53-65.
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"Lynn is on the right track with Debwewin Journey Methodology. Many people are beginning to validate their tribal and Indigenous ways of knowing. In her work Lynn is inspirational." Lori Lambert RN, Ph.D., DS
"Lynn your work is wonderful! But even more wonderful is that your knowledge comes from inside yourself. Us Anishinaabeg who grew up in the imposed western culture where our culture was made illegal were taught to look outside ourselves, to doubt ourselves, and even to hate ourselves. Some how, Lynn, you fell through the cracks of the western culture that still dominates us and have come out articulating what is inside you. I think this is the greatest thing you have done." Alice Olsen Williams
"In improving the life ways of Indigenous women and their families it is important that we bring Indigenous knowledge and methodologies to the foreground. Part of my role as Director of Policy and Research at ONWA is to validate, affirm, and serve these legitimate ways of knowing. Lynn Gehl's Debwewin Journey methodology is worthy of pause, contemplation, and appreciation." Lana Ray Ph.D. Candidate