Murton, J., Bavington, D., and Dokis, C. (Eds.) (2016) Subsistence Under Capitalism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Rural, Wildland, and Resource Studies. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Dokis, Carly (2015) Where The Rivers Meet: Pipelines, Participatory Resource Management, and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Northwest Territories. Nature, History, Society Series (Ed. Graeme Wynn) Vancouver: UBC Press.
Dokis, Carly (2016) Shapeshifters, the Petrostate, and the Making of Uncertain Futures in the Canadian North. Hot spots. Cultural Anthropology website, July 29 2016. https://culanth.org/fieldsights/928-shapeshifters-the-petrostate-and-the-making-of-uncertain-futures-in-the-canadian-north.
Dokis, Carly (2010) Modern Day Treaties: ‘Development,’ Politics, and the Corporatization of Land in the Sahtu Dene and Métis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement. Geography Research Forum. Special Issue: Aboriginal Canadians Issues and Challenges 10: 32-49.
McLafferty, Carly (2009) “But We Know Different, We Live Here”: Public Participation in Environmental Assessment Hearings from Voisey’s Bay, Labrador and the Sahtu Settlement Area, Northwest Territories. In Proceedings of the Fourth IPSSAS Seminar. François Trudel (Ed.) Centre Interuniversitaire d.études et de Recherches Autochtones of Université Laval: Quebec City.
Restoule, P., Dokis, C.,, Kelly, B., (forthcoming) Working to Protect the Water: Stories of Connection and Transformation. In Contexts of Indigenous Research. Deborah McGregor and Rochelle Johnston (eds). Canadian Scholars Press: Toronto. (In Review).
Dokis, Carly (2017) “Knowing Land, Quantifying Nature: Assessing Environmental Impacts in the Sahtu Region, Northwest Territories.” In Critical Norths: Space, Nature, Theory. Sarah Jaquette Ray & Kevin Maier (Eds). University of Alaska Press: Fairbanks.
Murton, J., Bavington, D., and Dokis, C. (2016) “Introduction: Why Subsistence? What Shadows?” In Bringing Subsistence Out of the Shadows: Subsistence, Nature and Economy in Historical and Contemporary Perspective. Rural, Wildland and Resources Studies Series. J. Murton, D. Bavington, and C. Dokis (Eds). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press.
Dokis, Carly and Benjamin Kelly (2014) “Learning to Listen: Reflections on Fieldwork in First Nation Communities in Canada.” Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards Pre & Post. September, 2014: 2-3.
Dokis Doug, and Carly McLafferty (2005) “Cultural Competency in a Post-Secondary Environment.” Communique 5,3:10.
Recent Academic Conference Papers:
Dokis, Carly (2017) (Re)Inscribing Relationally, (Re)Imagining Community: constructions of mobilities in an Anishinaabeg Community in Northern Ontario. Canadian Anthropology Society. Ottawa, ON, May.
Dokis, Carly and Benjamin Kelly (2016). The Biopolitics of Drinking Water Quality Assessment in First Nations Communities in Canada.Canadian Anthropology Society, Halifax, NS, May.
Dokis, Carly, Benjamin Kelly, Randy Restoule, and Paige Restoule (2015) Working to Protect the Water: Exploring Water Knowledges and Experiences Through Storycircles. GDO AKIIMINAAN GANAWENDANDAAN (Taking Care of Our Land): Exploring Aboriginal Land Management, Planning, and Use. Algoma University, Sault St. Marie ON, May.
Dokis, Carly, Benjamin Kelly, Randy Restoule, and Paige Restoule (2015) “Water is Life”: Exploring Water Knowledges and Experience in Northern Ontario. Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Pittsburg, PA USA, March.
Dokis, Carly and Benjamin Kelly (2014) Problematizing Certainty: First Nations “Safe” Drinking Water and the Construction of Risk. Presented at Promising Uncertainties: Unsettling the Future of Anthropological Terrain, the annual Meeting of the Canadian Anthropological Society. Toronto, ON, May.
Dokis, Carly (2013) Does Subsistence Provide an Alternative to Capitalism? Invited panel participant, annual meeting of the American Society for Environmental History. Toronto, May.
Dokis, Carly (2012) Encountering Anthropology: Danger, Humour, and Ethics in the Field. Presented at The Unexpected, the annual meeting of the Canadian Anthropology Society. Edmonton, AB. May.
Dokis, Carly (2011) “What We Are Taking About Is the Truth”: The Role of Knowledge, Power, and Being Dene in the Mackenzie Gas Project Community Hearings. Accepted for Traces, Tidemarks, and Legacies, the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Montreal, PQ. November.
Dokis, Carly (2010) Resource Decision Making Processes Under Comprehensive Claims: Consultation, Co-Management and the Corporatization of Land. Salisbury Lecture. Given at Anthropological Connections, CONGRESS and the annual meeting of the Canadian Anthropology Society. Montreal, PQ. May.