Scott Morrison is a Research Assistant with the Pe-kiwewin Project. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Philosophy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2012. He completed the Bachelor of Social Work Program at the University of Regina in 2017. He will commence the Master of Social Work Program at Ryerson's School of Social Work in the Fall of 2017. His areas of interest with regard to theory and practice include anti-oppression, anti-racism, anti-capitalism, anti-colonialism.
Born on Treaty Six territory, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Scott has mixed, settler ancestry.
Scott's contribution to the project is primarily archival research. Additionally, he is committed to cultivating a deeper understanding of allyship from his background as a settler.
Finally, Scott brings a year of clinical experience working with individuals experiencing anxiety and depression, as well as work with couples who wish to heal or strengthen their relationship. With years of study in Zen Buddhist philosophy and practice, Scott is interested in processes which allow for deeper intimacy with their experience.
Scott wishes to extend gratitude for the opportunity to be part of this project.