Crystal Fraser

Crystal Fraser is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta in Canada. Her research considers the everyday lived experiences of northern Indigenous people and the Indian Residential School system during the second half of the twentieth century, posing provocative questions about colonialism, critical race theory, and gender and sexualities. In 2014, she was declared a national leader and visionary, through A Bold Vision, and is a former SSHRC doctoral fellow. Crystal, the granddaughter of Marka and Richard Bullock, is Gwichya Gwich'in and originally from Inuvik and Tree River, Northwest Territories.

You can find Crystal on Twitter at @crystalfraser, on academia.edu, and LinkedIn.