Dr. Daniel Voth

Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Calgary, Director of International Indigenous Studies Program

Specialties: Indigenous Governance

Dr. Daniel Voth is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Calgary. He is Métis from the Métis Nation of the Red River Valley. Raised in Winnipeg’s inner city, Daniel earned his BA Honours from the University of Winnipeg in 2007, and his Ph.D. from UBC in 2015.

His research agenda focuses on the political relationships between Indigenous peoples, particularly in southern Manitoba. His work also examines how settler-imposed power structures and land dispossession undermine important gender orientations to Indigenous governance.

His research has been published in the Canadian Journal of Political Science, the University of Toronto Law Journal, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, and he has authored several book chapters.