Tasha Hubbard


Indigenous Rights, Land use and conservation in the Prairies, Media & Popular Culture

Tasha Hubbard (Nehiyaw/Nakawe/Metis) comes from a family of writers, artists, performers, and storytellers and is the mother of a six-year-old son. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan in the Department of English.

She is also known as a social issue documentary filmmaker. Her solo writing/directing project Two Worlds Colliding won the Canada Award at the 2005 Geminis and a Golden Sheaf, also in 2005. Tasha’s current creative and academic work focuses on buffalo, activism, genocide, Treaty narratives, Indigenous children’s experiences in history, and digital storytelling.