Te Hiwi, Braden Paora

Braden Paora Te Hiwi

Braden Paora Te Hiwi PhD

Assistant Professor

Indigenous Studies: Community, Culture and Global Studies
Irving K Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UBC Okanagan

Contact Info

UBC Okanagan
1147 Research Road  ART 252
Kelowna  BC  V1V 1V7

Tel:  250-807-8038
email:  braden.tehiwi@ubc.ca

IKBFASS web:  Braden Te Hiwi

  • Assistant Professor, Community, Culture and Global Studies
    Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UBC Okanagan

Hear Braden talk about “Bridging community research interests” on the ICER YouTube channel here: Institute for Community Engaged Research – Matchmaking Project

  • Policy
  • Community based research
  • Indian Residential School system

Patient-engaged priority setting and mental health data in the Okanagan Nation
PI: Braden Te Hiwi
Co-I: Michael Evans
Dates: 2019-2020
Funded by: BC Support Unit

Indigenous Digital Wellness:  Indigenous Masculinity, Identity and Wellbeing in Male Youth
PIs: Braden Te Hiwi, Ali McManus
Co-I: Liam King
Dates: 2019 – 2020
Funded by: CIHR

Crossing the Red Line: The Story of the  Sioux Lookout Black Hawks
Project Leads:  Janice Forsyth, Alexandra Giancarlo
Advisors: Kelly Bull, Chris Cromarty, David Wesley,
Research Support:  Braden Te Hiwi, Gavin Bennett, Fatima Ba’Abbad, Sam Cronk, Evan Habkirk, Taylor McKee
Dates: 2016-2021
Funded by: SSHRC Insight Grant
Project website:  https://crossingtheredline.ca/

Te Hiwi, B. and Forsyth, J. (2017).  A Rink at this School is Almost as Essential as a Classroom: Hockey and Discipline at Pelican Lake Indian Residential School, 1945-1951. Canadian Journal of History 52(1), 80-108.
Related to this publication see:
Podcast:  This Game We Love, On Stolen Land
Aaron Lakoff talks with Dr. Braden Te Hiwi in an episode of Changing on the Fly (October 2018)
Highlights of the podcast with Dr. Te Hiwi also appear in this CBC Arts report, “A new podcast looks at hockey through an inclusive lens – and recasts our national identity.”  March 6, 2019 – https://www.cbc.ca/arts/a-new-podcast-looks-at-hockey-through-an-inclusive-lens-and-recasts-our-national-identity-1.5045092

Te Hiwi, B. “Unlike their Playmates of Civilization, the Indian Children’s Recreation must be Cultivated and Developed”: The Administration of Physical Education at Pelican Lake Indian Residential School, 1926–1944. Historical Studies in Education, 29(1), 99-118.

Rice, K., Te Hiwi, B., Zwarenstein, M., Lavallee, B., Barre, E. and Harris, S. Best Practices for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes and Obesity-Related Chronic Disease among Indigenous peoples in Canada: A Review. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 40(3), 216-225.

Te Hiwi, B. “What is the Spirit of this Gathering?” Indigenous Sport Policy-Makers and Self-Determination in Canada. The International Indigenous Policy Journal 5(4).