Governing Beyond Boundaries: The Self-Determination Struggles of Complex Minorities. In progress.
Métis Governance and Politics in Canada: A Contemporary Perspective, with K. Saunders. In progress.
“Métis-Provincial-Federal Relations: Building Multilevel Governance from the Bottom Up,” in Canada: The State of the Federation 2013. Aboriginal Multilevel Governance, eds. M. Papillon and A. Juneau, 189-214. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015.
“From Service Providers to Decision Makers: Continuing the Métis’ Pursuit of Self-Government in Saskatchewan,” in Métis in Canada: Identity, History, Law and Politics, eds. C. Adams, G. Dahl and I. Peach, 433-462. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2013.
“First Nation Self-Government in Saskatchewan: The Dream versus The Reality,” Nouvelles pratiques sociales 27, 1, 2014, 31-49.
« Le projet politique fransaskois : Cent ans d’existence, » Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal/Études ethniques au Canada 46, 2, June 2014, 99-112.
“’Just Do It!’ Carving out a Space for the Métis in Canadian Federalism,” with Kelly Saunders, Canadian Journal of Political Science 46, 1, March 2013, 187-214.
“Beyond Territory: Revisiting the Normative Justification of Self-Government in Theory and Practice,” International Indigenous Policy Journal 2, 2, June 2011, 1-10.