Susan Hill

Associate Professor (She/Her)
North Borden Building, 563 Spadina Avenue, Room 222


Fields of Study



McCallum, Mary Jane Logan, and Hill, Susan M. “Our Historiographical Moment: A Conversation about Indigenous Women’s History in Canada in the Early Twenty-First Century.” in Companion to Women’s and Gender History, edited by Nancy Janovicek and Carmen Nielson, University of Toronto Press, forthcoming

Hill, Susan M. “Conducting Haudenosaunee Historical Research from Home: in the shadow of the Six Nations-Caledonia Reclamation”, American Indian Quarterly 33:4 (2009): pp. 479-498. 

Editorial Team, Journal Special Issues: 2009 “Working from Home in American Indian History”, co-editor with Mary Jane McCallum, Special Issue, American Indian Quarterly (33:4).

Hill, Susan M. “‘Traveling down the river of life together in peace and friendship, forever’: Haudenosaunee land ethics and treaty agreements as the basis for restructuring the relationship with the British Crown.” in Lighting the Eighth Fire: The Liberation, Resurgence and Protection of Indigenous Nations, edited by Leanne Simpson, 2008, Arbeiter Ring Publishing, Winnipeg, MB: pp. 23-45.

Saunders, Sabrina E.R. and Hill, Susan M. “Native Education and In-Classroom Coalition-Building”, Canadian Journal of Education, 30:3 (2007): pp. 1015-1045.

Honours/Awards or Grants Received:

SSHRC Insight Grant, 2016-2021: "Research as a Site of Transformation: exploring the concept of environmental repossession with Indigenous communities"; Chantelle Richmond, Principal Investigator; Susan Hill, Co-Investigator, Renee Pualani Louis and Brad Coombes, Collaborators



PhD, Trent University