Dr. Anthony Hall’s Curriculum Vitae

Dec., 2017



Professor: of Globalization Studies
University of Lethbridge

Office: A812
4401 University Drive,
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada,

Tel. Work: (403) 329-2638; Cell (403) 360-2810; Home Land Line 587 425-4720


Born: 4 April, 1951. Toronto, Canada
Citizenships: Canadian; Irish


Academic Appointments

*May 2008, promoted to Full Professor of Globalization Studies
*August, 2006, appointed Associate Professor of Liberal Arts
*July, 2002, appointed Founding Coordinator of Globalization Studies, U of L
*January, 1990, appointed Associate Professor of Native American Studies, U of L
* Assistant Professor, Dept. of Native Studies, University of Sudbury, 1982-1989 (tenured, 1989)

[Suspended, initially without pay, by the authority of the University of Lethbridge
Board of Governors. The suspension without any prior process of third-party
arbitration was enforced from Oct. 3, 2016 to Nov. 23, 2017. Prof. Hall is
currently reinstated to his professional responsibilities in the Faculty of Arts and


Journalistic Appointments

*Editor-In- Chief, American Herald Tribune
*Co-Host, False Flag Weekly News, No Lies Radio



Ph.D., History, University of Toronto, 1984

Major Field        Canadian History, 1763-1914
Minor Fields      British Empire History, 1850 – present
.                            Historical Geography of Ontario
Thesis Title:       “The Red Man’s Burden: Land, Law, and the Lord in the Indian Affairs of Upper Canada, 1791-1858” (supervised by Prof. J.M.S. Careless)

M.A., History, York University, 1976
Honours B.A., History/Political Science, Glendon College, York University, 1975


Teaching Experience
Teaching Expertise

Introduction to Native Studies (Laurentian U)
Introduction to Native American Studies (U of Lethbridge)
Contemporary Native Issues
Aboriginal Peoples, Politics, and Law
Native American Politics
Canadian Indian History
History of Indian Treaties
History of Private Property in Indian Country
The Indian History of British Columbia
US Indian History
Indigenous Peoples in the Global Community
Globalization Since 1492
Capital, Culture, and Globalization
The American Empire and the Fourth World
History of International Law
The Antecedents of the Global War on Terror in the Indian Wars of the Western Hemisphere


Academic Publications


Earth into Property: Colonization, Decolonization and Capitalism. Vol. 2 of The
Bowl with One Spoon (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010),
hardcover and paperback editions, 934 pages – Chosen by The Independent in UK as one of the Best History Books of 2010 http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/features/the- best-books-for-christmas-our-pick-of-2010-2143731.html

The American Empire and the Fourth World. Vol. 1 of The Bowl With One Spoon
(Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003), first paperback edition, 2005 – Winner of the Wilfed Eggleston Award for best non-fiction work by an Albertan author, 2004/2005

Chapters 10 and 11 in Reader’s Digest, Through Indian Eyes: The Untold Story
of Native Peoples (Montreal: Reader’s Digest, 1996)

Celebrating Together: Native People and Ontario’s Bicentennial, (Manitoulin
Island: Plowshare Press, 1984) 53 pp., reprinted in Rikka, Vol. 9, no. 3, autumn,
1984, pp. 1-43


Academic Essays, including peer-reviewed, commissioned and invited articles

Forthcoming essay in peer-reviewed journal published by University of Toronto
Press, “A National or International Crime? Canada’s Indian Residential Schools
and the Genocide Convention,” to appear in Genocide Studies International, Vol.
11, no 2, spring, 2018

“From the Indian Wars to the Global War on Terror, 1776-present: U.S. Assaults
on Human Rights in the Expansion of Imperial America,” in Proceedings of the
International Conference on the United States, Human Rights and the Discourse
of Domination, University of Tehran, July 2, 2017, Sponsored by Center on
Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy Research in cooperation with Iranian World
Studies Association, Islamic Human Rights Commission, Faculty of World
Studies at the University of Tehran (also published in Farsi)

“Academic Complicity in the Global War of False Flag Terrorism,” in Kevin
Barrett, ed, Another French False Flag: Bloody Tracks from Paris to San
Bernadino, (Lone Rock Wisconsin: Sifting and Winnowing Books, 2016). pp. 89
to 102
also published digitally at Veterans Today at https://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/01/02/the-academys-complicity-in-the-global-war-of-false-flag-terrorism/

“Witch Hunt on Terrorism,” in Kevin J. Barrett, ed., We Are Not Charlie Hebdo! Free
Thinkers Question the French 9/11 (Lone Rock Wisconsin: Sifting and Winnowing
Books, 2015), pp. 79-89

Broken Covenant? The Royal Proclamation of 1763 as an Instrument for the
Emancipation of Indigenous Peoples and the Liberation of Canada,” (Winnipeg:
Mennonite Church of Canada, 2014) with the support of Kairos, Anglican Council of
Indigenous peoples, Christian Peacemakers Teams

“Creation, Original Peoples, and the Colonization of a Hemisphere,” in Steve Heinrichs,
ed., Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry (Waterloo Ontario and Harrisonburg Virginia: Herald
Press, 2013), pp. 33-46

“TWA Flight 800 and 9/11,” Veterans Today, 27 July, 2013

“Flanagan’s Last Stand?” Veterans Today, 23 March, 2013

“Fukushima Daiichi: From Nuclear Power Plant to Nuclear Weapon,” Global
Research.ca, 13 June, 2012

“Fixing Elections Through Fraud: On the Need for a Royal Commission on Electoral
Practices in Canada,” Global Research.ca, 21 April, 2012

“From Hiroshima to Fukushima, 1945-2011: A Nuclear Narrative of Hubris and Tragedy,
Veterans Today, 28 March, 2011

“The Globe and Mail: A Saga of Recklessness and Lack of Accountability,” The
Canadian Charger, 13 January, 2011


“Citizens Arrest of War Criminals Tony Blair and George W. Bush,” Global
Research.ca, 2 February, 2010

“Citizen’s Arrest of George W. Bush for War Crimes: The Trial of Splitting The Sky,”
Global Research.ca, 3 December, 2009

Should George W. Bush Be Arrested in Calgary Alberta and Charged with International
Crimes,” Voltairenet.org (also published by in Spanish and French, 9 March, 2009

Also published at Global Research.ca

“The Lies and Crimes of 9/11: A Canadian View of the War on Terror’s Origins,” Global
Research.ca, 7 Sept., 2008

“Imagining Civilization on the Frontiers of Aboriginality,” in The Indigenous
Experience: Global Perspectives, Roger C.A. Maaka and Chris Andersen, eds.
(Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2006), pp. 249-266

“The Colonial Genesis of the War on Terror,” Political Violence and Human
Security in the Post-9.11 World, (JCAS Symposium Series 24. State , Nation and
Ethnic Relations IX), Obiya Chika and Kuroki Hidemitsui, eds. (Osaka: The
Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, 2006), pp. 69-79

“The Assembly of First Nations,” Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Gerry
Hallowell,ed (Don Mills: Oxford University Press, 2004)

“Aboriginal People and the Meech Lake Accord: Critical Perspectives, “ in
Multiculturalism and Immigration in Canada: An Introductory Reader, Elspeth
Cameron, ed. (Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2004)

“Native Activism,” in Canada, Confederation to Present: An Interactive History of
Canada. CD-ROM, Bob Hesketh and Chris Hackett, eds., (Edmonton: Chinook
Multimedia, 2001)

A Note on Canadian Treaties, in R. Douglas Francis and Donald B. Smith, eds.,
Readings in Canadian History, Post-Confederation. Sixth Edition, (Toronto:
Nelson Thompson Learning, 2002), pp. 474-479

“Global Colonialism, 1492-2001,” Cultural Survival Quarterly, Vol. 25, no. 3,
2001, p. 35

with Splitting The Sky, “Red Tories, Red Power: ‘The Protection of Indian Rights
and the Security of the Canadas,’” in Archbishop Lazar Puhalo, ed., Searching
for Canada: The Red Tory Journey (Dewdney BC: Synaxis Press, 2000), pp. 29-

“RCAP’s Big Blindspots,” Blind Spots: An Examination of the Federal
Government’s Response to the Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal
Peoples, (Ottawa: Aboriginal Rights Coalition, 2001), pp. 66-80

“Racial Discrimination in Legislation, Litigation, Legend and Lore, Canadian
Ethnic Studies, Vol. 32, no. 2. 2000, pp. 119-135

“Indian Treaties,” in The Canadian Encyclopedia. Year 2000 Edition (Toronto:
McClelland and Stewart, 2000), pp. 148-157

“A Note on Treaties,” in Tom Molloy with Donald Ward, The World Is Our
Witness: The Historic Journey of the Nisga’a Into Canada (Calgary: Fifth House,
2000), pp. 3-10

“Cleaning Up Canada,” Literary Review of Canada, Vol. 7, no. 11, September,
1999, pp. 11-12

“Who To Blame For Native Abuse: State, Churches Or All of Us?” The Literary
Review of Canada, Vol. 6, no. 2, May, 1997, pp. 12-14

“Indian Treaties,” The 1997 Canadian Encyclopedia Plus (CD-ROM Edition)
(Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1996)

“Treaties, Trains, and Troubled National Dreams: Reflections on the Indian
Summer in Northern Ontario, 1990,” in Law, Society and the State: Essays in
Modern Legal History, Louis A. Knafla and Susan W.S. Binnie, eds. (Toronto:
University of Toronto Press, 1995, pp. 290-321

“Strangulating Liberal Arts and Native American Studies in Alberta,” Literary
Review of Canada, Vol. 4, no. 6, June 1995, pp. 17-18

“Who Killed Dudley George?: Reflections on Ipperwash and Gustafsen Lake,”
Canadian Dimension, Vol. 29, Dec. 1995/Jan. 1996, pp. 8-12

“Many Nations, Few States,” Semiotextes Canadas (New York: Semiotexte,
1994), pp. 39-46

“The Politics of Aboriginality: Political Fault-Lines in Indian Country,” Canadian
Dimension, Vol. 27, no. 1, Jan./Feb., 1993, pp. 6-10

“Blockade at Long Lake 58,” Anne-Marie Mawhiney, ed., Rebirth: Political,
Economic, and Social Development in First Nations, (Toronto: Dundurn, 1993),
pp. 66-89

“Canada as Indian Country,” The Literary Review of Canada, November, 1993,
pp. 14-18

“Canada as Indian Country,” The Literary Review of Canada, December, 1993,
pp. 20-23

“A Canadian Perspective in Native Studies,” Canadian Review of Studies in
Nationalism, Vol. 20, nos. 1-2, 1993, pp. 79-86

“Blockades and Bannock: Aboriginal Protests and Politics in Northern Ontario,
1980-1990, Wicazo Sa Review, Vol. 7, no. 2, 1991, pp. 58-77

“Theoretical Discourse in Native Studies,” Association for Canadian Studies
Newsletter/Bulletin de l’Association d`études canadiennes, Vol. 14, no. 1, 1992,
pp. 41-43

“The Future of Native Studies in Canada,” The Literary Review of Canada, Vol.
1, no. 5, May, 1992, pp. 10-13

“The Politics of Aboriginality: Political Fault-Lines in Indian Country,” Canadian
Dimension, Vol. 27, no. 1, Jan./Feb., 1993, pp. 6-10

“The Future of Native Studies in Canada,” The Literary Review of Canada, Vol.
1, no. 5, May, 1992, pp. 10-13

“Indian Summer, Canadian Winter” Report on the Americas (Special Edition) The
First Nations, 1492-1992, Vol. 25, no. 3, Dec., 1991, pp. 34-37, 46

“Tony Hall Responds,” Report on the Americas, Vol. 26, no. 1, July, 1992, pp.

“Aboriginal Issues and the New Political Map of Canada” in J.L. Granastein and
Kenneth McNaught, eds. “English Canada” Speaks Out (Toronto: Doubleday
Canada, 1991), pp. 122-140

“The St. Catherine’s Milling and Lumber Company Versus the Queen: Indian
Land Rights as a Factor in Federal-Provincial Relations in Nineteenth-Century
Canada” in Kerry Abel and Jean Friesen, eds., Aboriginal Resource Use in
Canada: Historical and Legal Aspects (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press,
1991) pp. 267-286

“Review Article” on Francis Jennings, Empire of Fortune: Crowns, Colonies and
Tribes in the Seven Years War in America (New York: W.W. Norton, 1988) in
The American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 15, no. 1, Winter, 1991, pp. 105-108

“Native Self-Government: Comments on the Federal Proposals,” The Network:
Newsletter of the Network on the Constitution, Vol. 1, no. 5, Oct., 1991, pp. 7-8

“Fed Up With Being Left Out in the Cold,” Canadian Politics 90/91, Gregory S.
Mahler and Roman R. March, eds. (Guilford Connecticut: Dushkin Publishing
Group, 1990) pp. 23-24

“Where Justice Lies: Aboriginal Rights and Wrongs in Temagami,” in Matt Bray
and Ashley Thompson, eds. Temagami: A Debate on Wilderness (Toronto:
Dundurn Press, 1990) pp. 223-53

“Native Limited Identities and Newcomer Metropolitanism in Upper Canada,
1814-1867,” David Keane and Colin Read, eds. Old Ontario: Essays in Honour
of J.M.S. Careless, (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1990) pp. 148-173

“What Are We? Chopped Liver? Aboriginal Affairs in the Constitutional Politics
of Canada in the 1980s, The Meech Lake Primer: Conflicting Views of the 1987
Constitutional Accord, Michael Behiels, ed. (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press,
1989) pp. 423-56

with Michael Posluns, “Assembly of First Nations”, The Canadian Encyclopedia
(Second Edition) (Edmonton: Hurtig, 1988) Vol. 1, p. 135 (aussi publié en

“Indian Treaties”, The Canadian Encyclopedia (Second Edition), Vol. 2, pp. 1056-
1059 (aussi publié en francais)

“The Royal Proclamation of 1763”, The Canadian Encyclopedia (Second
Edition), Vol. 3, p. 1897 (aussi publié en francais)

“John Aisance”, Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Francess G. Halpenny, gen
ed. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988) Vol. 7, pp. 11-12 (aussi publié
en francais)

“Closing an Incomplete Circle of Confederation: A Brief to the Joint Parliamentary
Committee of the Federal Government on the 1987 Constitutional Accord”, The
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 6, no. 2, 1986, pp. 197-221

“Robert Brooking,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. 12, 1990, pp. 127-28
(aussi publié en francais)

“The Genesis of Native Studies in Canada” in Canada’s Sub-arctic
Universities/Les universites canadiennes du moyen nord, Peter Adams and Doug
Parker, eds. (Ottawa: Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies,
1987) pp. 192-205

The N’ungosuk Report: A Study in Aboriginal Language Renewal, (West Bay:
Two Bears Cultural Survival Group, 1987) 37 pages

“Home Ground: The Struggle for Native Rights During the Trudeau Years”,
Horizon Canada, Vol. 4, no. 38, Nov. 1985, pp. 902-907 (aussi publié en

“The Politics of Indian Policy: The Indian Reserve at Coldwater and the
Narrows”, Horizon Canada, Vol. 7, no. 83, Oct. 1986, pp. 1988-1992 (aussi
publié en francais)

“Self-Government or Self-Delusion? Brian Mulroney and Aboriginal Rights”,
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 6, no. 1, 1986, pp. 77-90

“The Kawartha Indian Missions: The Larger Picture”, Heritage: Proceedings of
the Kawartha Conference, A.O.C. Cole and Jean Murray Cole, eds.
(Peterborough: Historical Atlas Foundation, 1981) pp. 13-21

“A Consideration of `The Newcomers…Inhabiting a New Land'”, The Canadian
Historical Review, Vol. 62, no. 2, June, 1981, pp. 252-57

“Getting It Right: The Films vs. the Facts as told by a Canadian Historian”,
Cinema Canada, no. 47, June, 1978, pp. 14-19


Presentations and Other Contributions to Conferences and Panels

*Keynote Address, The 4 th International Conference of Independent Thinkers,
May 17 and 18, Parsian Kowsar Hotel, Tehran Iran

* One of Four Panelists in 4 Hour Discussion, “Rethink 9/11: 14 th Anniversary Global
Interactive Broadcast, Sept. 11, 2015

*Facing a Major Attack on Academic Freedom in Canada, presented on Sept. 11,
2017 at the Grande Lake Theatre in Oakland California, “Why 9/11 Still Matters,:
13 th Annual 9/11 Film Festival

Text published at Global Research.ca at

Delegate, Tehran Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada, Feb. 21 and
22, 2017-12- 12

*Prof. Tony Hall on Mohawk Territory, 30 October, 2016

*With Dr. Kevin Barrett, “ The Critical Role of Books as Tools to Counter Deep
State Terrorism: A Conversation Between Jeremy Rothe Kushel and Two Key
Dissident Scholars, Dusty Shelf Bookstore, Lawrence Kansas, Aug. 26, 2016

*Panelist, “A New Relationship With the Land.” Conference at the Faculty of Law,
McGill University, 8 March, 2016, “From Truth to Reconciliation: Towards a Just
Future for the Indigenous Peoples of Canada”

*Tour of Vancouver, Lethbridge, Calgary, Jasper and Edmonton with Dr. Kevin
Barrett to Launch our book, We Are Not Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question
the French 9/11,” August, 2015-09- 26

*With Elizabeth May, “Rebuilding Canada After Harper,” Presentation of Written Paper
at United Church at Ganges, Salt Spring Island, 9 August, 2015

“Should Canada Restore Diplomatic Relations with the Islamic republic of Iran?
Presentation to Southern Alberta Council on Public Relations,” 26 March 2015. Written
paper published at

Click to access broken_covenant_art_FIN.pdf

*Delegate at the 2nd International New Horizon Conference of Independent
Thinkers and Film Makers, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Sept. 20-Oct. 2,

*One of Four Invited Presenters at “SCADS: State and Corporate Crimes Against
Democracy Conference,” London England, 15 October, 2012

*Invited Presenter at “Reclaiming the Truth, Reclaiming Our Future,” (10 th
Anniversary Event, 9/11) Herbst Theatre, San Francisco, September 11, 2011

*Reading from Earth into Property, Blackfoot Art Gallery and Gift Shop,
Lethbridge Alberta, 29 January, 2011

*Indigenous Conservatism, Presentation at Book Launch of Hall’s Earth into
Property: Colonization, Decolonization and Capitalism (McGill-Queen’s University
Press, 2010), Ben McNally Books, 366 Bay Street, Toronto, 2 November, 2010

*“The Haldimand Deed in International Perspective,” Kanata Community Centre
in the Mohawk Village of the Six Nations Reserve, 7 November, 2010

*”The Lies and Crimes of 9/11: A Canadian View of the War on Terror’s Origins,”
Stanley A. Milner Public Library Theory, 6 September, 2008

*“Teaching About Globalization in University and High School,” A Presentation to
Social Studies Teachers with Special Reference to the new Grade 10 Curriculum
in Alberta,” Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, 22 January, 2007

*“Employing Digital Communications Networks in the Teaching of Humanities
and Social Sciences,” invited presenter to Netera Days 2006: Connecting
Alberta’s Pockets of Excellence, 27 October, 2006, University of Lethbridge

*“The New Media and the Teaching of Globalization Studies,” Interface 06,
Alberta-wide conference on the New Media hosted by the Curriculum Re-
Development Centre and the Alberta Distance Education and Training
Association, University of Lethbridge, 11 May, 2006

*“Overview of Canadian History.” Presented at a conference entitled “Canada-
Our Home, Know Your Country: Its History, Politics, Law and Media.” Organized
by the Canadian Islamic Conference, World Islamic Call Society, and the Taric
Islamic Centre, Days Hotel, Toronto, September 3-4, 2005.

*“The Colonial Genesis of the War on Terror, 1492 to present,” presented at a
conference entitled “Political Violence and Human Security in the Post-9.11
World.” Organized by the Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of
Ethnology. UN University in Tokyo, December 18-19, 2004.

*“The American Empire and the Fourth World: After the Election, A Presentation
by Tony Hall, University of Lethbridge.” Organized by the Faculty of Arts at the
University of Regina, 19 November, 2004. Published as “Where Is America
Going? A Call to Resist the Onslaught of a New American Century,” Canadian
Dimension, January/April, 2005

*“From Columbus to Abu Ghraib, From Conquest to Disinformation,” Organized
as the Toronto launch of The American Empire and the Fourth World by Another
Story Bookshop, Toronto, 7 July 2004.

*“Bandung, The Non-Aligned Movement, and the Fourth World,” for New
Horizons of Knowledge, Native Studies Colloquium Series, University of
Manitoba, 13 October, 2004.

*“British Columbia, The Fourth World, and Globalization, with a special tribute to
George Manuel.” Organized jointly by McGill-Queen’s University Press and the
Union of BC Indian Chiefs in Vancouver, 26 February, 2004.

*“From British Columbia to Kurdistan, Iraq, and the West Bank: Aboriginal Title
as an Emerging Concept in International Law and Global Geopolitics.”
Presentation for the Law and Society Series of the UBC Law School, Green
College, 25 February 2004.

*“Red Tories vs. Right Wingers: The Royal Proclamation vs. The American
Declaration of Independence.” Presented on November 16, 2003, at a
conference entitled, “Challenging Empire: Citizenship, Sovereignties, and Self-
Determination.” Organized by Parkland Institute at the University of Alberta.

*“The American Empire and Aboriginal Title.” Paper presented on September 19,
2003, at a conference entitled “Delgamuukw, Mabo, and Yselta: Native Title in
Canada, Australia, and the United States.” Organized by Research Unit for
Socio-Legal Studies, University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Sciences. Paper
published at Turtle Island web site.

*“The Declaration of Independence vs. The Royal Proclamation of 1763:
Revolution and Empire in the Genesis of Globalization.” Paper presented on July
10, 2003 at the British World Conference, Calgary Institute for the Humanities,
University of Calgary.

*“Academic Freedom in Dangerous Times.” Presentation organized by the
University of Saskatchewan Faculty Association at the U of S Faculty Club, 2
March, 2002.

*“What Is Globalization,” Presentation to the Southern Alberta Council on Public
Affairs, Lethbridge Alberta, 14 November, 2002.

*“Activism and Power.” One of three presenters for a CBC Radio “Ideas” show
looking a Protest and Power. Organized on 14 June, 2002 by the Calgary
Institute for the Humanities at the EPCORE Centre for the Performing Arts.

*Featured Presenter, “Leonard Peltier Teach In,” University of Alberta, 32 June,
2001, Sponsors include Woodsworth-Irvine Socialist Fellowship, Edmonton and
District Labor Council


Book Reviews

Review article on Jonathan Kay’s Among The Truthers: A Journey into the
Growing Conspiracist Underground of 9/11 Truthers, Birthers, Armageddonites,
Vaccine Hysterics, Hollywood Know-Nothings and Internet Addicts (Toronto: Harper
Collins, 2011)
Hall, “A Review Essay on a Propagandist’s Journey in Search of the ‘Conspiracist
Underground,’ Waging The Battle for Reality, Veterans Today, 27 May, 2011

Sandra Lambertus, Wartime Images, Peacetime Wounds: The Media and the
Gustafsen Lake Standoff (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004) in
Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 86, no. 3, 2005, pp. 562-564

“Patricians of Dissent,” review article on Gore Vidal’s Imperial America and Lewis
Lapham’s Gag Rule, The Globe and Mail, 24 July, 2004, pp. D8-D9

Theodore Binnema, Common and Contested Ground: A Human and
Environmental History of the Northwestern Plains (Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 2002) in Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 72, no. 3, 2002, pp.

“Review Article,” Constance Backhouse, Colour-Coded: A Legal History of
Racism in Canada, 1900-1950 (Toronto: The Osgoode Society for Canadian
Legal History and the University of Toronto Press, 1999) and James W. St. G.
Walker, “Race,” Rights and the Law in the Supreme Court of Canada (Waterloo:
The Osgoode Society for Legal History and Wilfred Laurier Press, 1997) in
Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 32, no2, 2000, pp. 119-135

Roger L. Nichols, Indians in the United States and Canada: A Comparative
Perspective (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999) in The International
History Review, Vol. 22, no. 4, December, 2000, pp. 904-907

Jack Glenn, Once Upon an Oldman: Special Interest Politics and the Oldman
River Dam (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1999) in Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 26, no.
3. 2000, pp. 389-390

Alan C. Cairns, Citizens Plua: Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian State
(Vancouver: UBC Press, 2000); Tom Flanagan, First Nations? Second Thoughts
(Montreal: McGill Queen’s University Press, 2000); Bruce Clark Justice in
Paradise (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999) in The Globe and
Mail, 19 August, 2000, p. D4

Laurie Barron, Walking in Indian Moccasins: The Native Policies of Tommy
Douglas and the CCF (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997) in Canadian Historical
Review, Vol. 80, no. 1, March, 1999, pp. 126-129

“Airbrushed History,” review of J.L. Granatstein, Who Killed Canadian History?
(Toronto Harper Collins, 1998) in Canadian Forum, May, 1998, pp. 38-40

Michael Asch, ed., Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada: Essays on Law,
Equality, and Respect for Difference (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997) in Canadian
Public Policy, Vol. 24, no. 1, 1998, pp. 130-131

Ingebourg Marshall, A History and Ethnography of the Beothuk (Montréal: McGill-
Queen’s, 1996) in The Globe and Mail, 12 October, 1996, p. D17

J.R. Miller, Shingwauk’s Vision (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996) in
Catholic New Times, Vol. 20, no. 16, Sept. 22, 1996, p. 6

Edmund Danziger Jr., The Chippewas of Lake Superior (Norman, University of
Oklahoma Press, 1990) in The Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 73, no. 2, June,
1992, pp. 257-259

James B. Waldrum, As Long as the Rivers Run: Hydroelectric Development in
Native Communities in Western Canada (Winnipeg: The University of Manitoba
Press, 1988) in Musk-Ox, Vol. 38, 1991, pp. 88-89

“Review Article” on Francis Jennings, Empire of Fortune: Crowns, Colonies and
Tribes in the Seven Years War in America (New York: W.W. Norton, 1988) in
The American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 15, no. 1, Winter, 1991, pp. 105-108

D.N. Sprague, Canada and the Metís, 1869-1885 (Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier
Press, 1988) review in Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, Vol. 17, nos.
1-2, 1990, pp. 304-306

J. Anthony Long and Menno Boldt, eds., Governments in Conflict? Provinces and
Indian Nations in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988) review in
American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 14, no. 2, spring, 1990, pp. 178-181

Frank Cassidy and Robert L. Bish, Indian Government: Its Meaning in Practice
(Lantzville, B.C.: Oolichan Books, 1989) review in Canadian Public Policy, Vol.
16, no. 2, June, 1990, pp. 230-231

Roy MacGregor, Chief: The Fearless Vision of Billy Diamond (Toronto: Viking,
1989) review in The Globe and Mail, 22 April, 1989

MacGregor, Chief, review in The Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 71, no. 2,
June, 1990, pp. 305-307

Joan Clark, The Victory of Geraldine Gull (Toronto: Macmillan, 1988) review in
The Globe and Mail, 28 May, 1988

As Long as the Sun Shines and Water Flows: A Reader in Canadian Native
Studies, Ian A.L. Getty and Antoine S. Lussier, eds. (Vancouver: University of
British Columbia Press, 1983) review in The Globe and Mail, 3 March, 1984

Gerald Killan, David Boyle: From Artisan to Archaeologist (Toronto: University of
Toronto Press, 1983) review in Anthropologica, Vol. 36, no. 1, 1984, pp. 78-80


Presentations to Government and Expert Witness Work in Court

“Closing an Incomplete Circle of Confederation”, brief to the Joint Committee of
the Canadian Senate and the House of Commons on the 1987 Constitutional
Accord, presented on August 27, 1987. Testimony published in Committee’s
Minutes of Proceedings, 14:61-14:73, part 3 of brief published in the appendix of
issue no. 14. The brief is published in its entirety in The Canadian Journal of
Native Studies, Vol. 6, no. 2, 1986, pp. 197-221.

“Who Will Speak for the Distinct Society of Canada?” brief to the Senate
Submissions Group on the Meech Lake Accord, presented on March 18, 1988.
Testimony published in Sub- missions Group Proceedings, 5:50-5:60. The brief
is published in Humanist in Canada, Vol. 21, no. 2, Summer, 1988, pp. 3-6
Oral presentation to Select Committee of the Ontario Legislature on the Official
Report of Debates of Legislative Assembly of Ontario, no. C-24, 198 April 13,
1988, C-1243- C-1251

Oral presentation to the Special Committee of the Canadian House of Commons
to study the Proposed Companion Resolution to the Meech Lake Accord
(Charest Committee), Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence, issue no. 14,
Friday, April 27, 1990, pp. 27-39

Written brief and oral testimony presented to the Special Joint Committee of the
Senate and House of Commons on Process for Amending the Constitution of
Canada, (Beaudoin-Edwards Committee) Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence,
issue no. 10, (Ottawa: 1991) pp. 91-108. The written brief to the Committee
appears as an appendix to issue no. 10, pp. 1A-43A.

Written presentation to the Task Force on Museums and First Peoples, 1991

Participant in Seminar on the Reform of Federal Institutions. Organized by the
Federal Minister of Constitutional Affairs and by the Network on the Constitution.
The Seminar proceedings were summarized in a Network publication entitled
Taking Stock: The Network Seminars on Canadian Federalism (Ottawa: Network
on the Constitution, 1991) pp. 61-78

Oral presentation on behalf of the Assembly of First Nations to the Joint
Committee on the Renewal of Canada (The Dobbie-Beaudoin Committee). 8
January, 1992

Oral presentation to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People, Lethbridge,
Alberta, June, 1993

“The Fur Trade and Aboriginal Rights: History, Education and Constitutional
Meaning,” Prepared for Leroy Little Bear and the Royal Commission on
Aboriginal Peoples, 1994

“Aboriginal-Crown Treaties in the History and Constitution of Canada: Basic
Principles, Basic Interpretations,” Prepared for Leroy Little Bear and the Royal
Commission on Aboriginal Peoples,1994

Adviser to Research Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada,
“Research Priorities Over the Next 10-20 Years,” March 26 and 27, 1996
Intervention on Treaty 8 Tribal Association’s Motion before the National Energy
Board of Canada. Intervention on behalf of Indigenous Ecology Alliance, 20
March, 1998. (Transcript of testimony in Vol. 50 of Hearings on the Alliance
Pipeline Application)

Expert witness for the defense in the case of Harley Frank vs the Crown, 1998-
1999, Court of Queen’s Bench, Lethbridge, Alberta. The case revolved around a
jurisdictional dispute involving the Canadian Wheat Board, Jay’s Treaty, and
Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. Defendant lost.

Expert witness for the defense in the case of USA versus Pitawanakwat, Portland
Oregon, autumn, 2000. Gave expert testimony at the request of Pitawanakwat’s
legal representatives, the Federal Public Defenders Office. Defendant won. The
US State Department’s request to extradite Pitawanakwat back to Canada was
denied. The defendant was granted the protection of the “political offenses
exception” clause in Article 4 of the Extradition Treaty between Canada and the
USA. See Kirk Martin, “US Judge Won’t Extradite Canadian Native Activist,” The
Globe and Mail, 23 November, 2000, p. 1

Recognized in February of 2005 by the Superior Court of Ontario, North Bay
Ontario, as an expert witness qualified to give expert testimony on “the history
and politics of constitutional relations between the Crown and Aboriginal peoples
in Canada and beyond.” This constitutional case started with a charge by the
RCMP against three individuals for “defrauding the public” for publishing
membership cards in an organization known as the League of Indian Nations of
North America. Dr. Hall was on the witness stand for 22 full days. The Crown
stayed the charges in February of 2006.

Expert Witness for the Defense, The Crown versus Patricia Kelly, 2012-2013

2006,-2007 Consultant and Advisor to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights,
Winnipeg Manitoba


Journalistic Publications

Select Articles in American Herald Tribune

“Palestinians, B’nai Brith and Canada’s New Democratic Party: Niki Ashton Injects Vital
Ideas and Principles into the NDP Leadership Campaign,” American Herald Tribune, 24 July, 2017

above republished in Canadian Dimension, 30 July, 2017

“From the Indian Wars to the Global War on Terror, July 4 1776-present,” American
Herald Tribune, 3 July, 2017

“Hate Speech Deceptions: Jonathan Goldberg’s Prolific Production of Discordant Fake
Voices,” American Herald Tribune, 6 May, 2017

Zionism, Islam and Canadian Democracy: Reflections on the Tehran Conference in
Support of the Palestinian Intifada, American Herald Tribune, 3 March, 2017 at

“Israeli-Canadian Thought Police Take Aim…. At Me,” American Herald Tribune, 21
Sept., 2016 https://ahtribune.com/in-depth/1210-israeli-canadian-thought-police.html

above republished at Mint Press, 22 Sept. 2016
and at Altho News

“9/11 and the Zionist Question,” American Herald Tribune, 9 Sept., 2016

“Globalization Studies: Curriculum 2016,” American Herald Tribune, 7 Sept., 2016

“Zionist Thought Police Wreak Havoc on Campus,” American Herald Tribune, 15 Aug.

above republished in The Truth Seeker

“Is the 9/11Scam Coming Undone,” American Herald Tribune, 14 May, 2016

above republished at Global Research.ca

“The Relationship of Mormon Religion to the Martyrdom of Lavoy Finicum, American
Herald Tribune, 16 Feb., 2016 at

Prophet or Profit? Nokola Tesla’s Vision versus J.P. Morgan’s Greed, American Herald
Tribune, 27 Jan. 2016

“Canadian Professor Pen’s Letter in Response to Iran’s Leader Open Letter to Youth in
America,” American Herald Tribune, 10 December, 2015 at

“Does the Election of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Foreshadow an End to the Global
War on Terror?” American Herald Tribune, 6 November, 2015 at

“Barricading American Democracy,” American Herald Tribune, 10 Oct., 2015


Articles in Common Ground

“Barricading Democracy: Election Fraud Through Debate Rigging,” Common Ground,
September 2015, Issue 290, (first Ontario edition) pp. 8, 23, 25-27

“Conservative Party Crashers,” Common Ground, August, 2015, Issue 289, pp. 24-25

“Canada Takes a Wrong Turn on Terrorism,” Common Ground, July, 2015, Issue288, pp. 30-31

“Will Harper’s War Sway Canadian Voters?” Common Ground, June, 2015, Issue, 287,
p. 24

Neoconning The Public,” Common Ground, May 2015, Issue 286. Pp. 12-13, 32, 34


Articles in Veterans Today


“Is Harper’s Hate Speech Contaminating Canada,” Veterans Today, 18 August, 2015

“Netanyahu: Napoleon of the Global War on Terror” Veterans Today, 18 July, 2015

“The New Cold War of the Middle East,” Veterans Today, 12 April, 2015

“Harper’s Obedience to Neocon Commander Netanyahu,” Veterans Today, 26 March,

“Another Martyr for 9/11 Truth,” Veterans Today, 1 February, 2015

“Response to Ayatollah Khamenei,” Veterans Today, 28 January, 2015

“Witch Hunt on Terrorism,” Veterans Today, 28 January, 2015

“University of Toronto Aids Zionist Attack on Iran,” Veterans Today, 7 January, 2015

“Iran and the Israeli-Americano Imperium,” Veterans Today, 22 November, 2014

“Harper, the Ottawa Shooter, and the Selling of War,” Veterans Today, 31 October, 2014

“Dr. Gareth Porter and 9/11 Truth in Tehran,” Veterans Today, 14 October, 2014

“Tehran Chronicle,” Veterans Today, 6 Oct., 2014

“All-Party Agreement in Canada on War with ISIL,” Veterans Today, 5 September, 2014

“Law, Criminality, and Assaults of Indigenous Peoples,” Veterans Today, 30 August,

“Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Palestinian People and the Jewish State,” Veterans
Today, 23 July, 2014

“Nuke Politics of Canada, Israel, and the World,” Veterans Today, 8 July, 2014  https://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/07/08/nuke-politics-of-iran-israel-and-the-world/

“National Grieving or Unveiling of Police State Canada,” Veterans Today, 15 June, 2014

“A Canadian Rambo: Unanswered Questions on the Moncton Shooter and the RCMP,”
Veterans Today, 10 June, 2014

“Profit or Prophet? Nikola Tesla’s Vision vs J.P. Morgan’s Greed,” Veterans Today, 22
April, 2014

“National Grieving or Unveiling of Police State Canada,” Veterans Today, 15 June, 2014

“Syrian Crisis as Opening to Global Disarmament?” Veterans Today, 15 Sept. 2013

“WMD Madness and Hypocisy,” Veterans Today 18 September, 2013

“Targeting Iraq and Syria, 2003 and 2013,” Veterans Today, 3 September, 2013

“Canada and the Syrian Debacle,” Veterans Today, 31 August, 2013  https://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/08/31/canada-and-the-syrian-debacle/

“Truth, Truthiness, and the National Security State’s Culture of Concealment, Veterans
Today, 30 July, 2013

“Puppet ‘Conspiracy Theory Detector,’ Michael Shermer” Veterans Today, 29 July, 2013

“TWA Flight 800 and 9/11,” Veterans Today, 27 July, 2013

“A Canadian Indian Stands Up for Her Aboriginal Rights,” Veterans Today, 23 April, 2013  https://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/04/23/a-canadian-indian-stands-up-for-her-aboriginal-rights/

“Judging an Anti-Aboriginal Ruling of BC’s Chief Judge,” Veterans Today, 14 April,

“Flanagan’s Last Stand,” Veterans Today, 23 March, 2013

“The Canadian Ministry of Justice’s Anti-Aboriginal Policies Exposed,” Veterans Today,
16 January, 2013

“From the American Revolution to Idle No More,” Veterans Today, 7 January, 2013

“Kwitsel Tatel Advances Her Case,” Veterans Today, 22 December, 2013

“From British Columbia to Israel/Palestine: The Trial of Kwitsel Tatel in Historical
Context,” Veterans Today, 10 August, 2012

“Criminality and Law on the North American Frontiers of Indian Country, Veterans
Today, 10 July, 2012

“Fukushima Daiichi: From Nuclear Power Plant to Nuclear Weapon #1,” Veterans
Today, 13 June, 2013

“From Maple Spring to the Education Summer,” Veterans Today, 6 June, 2012

“Quebecers Lead the Way in the Rejection of Voodoo Economics,” Veterans Today, 31 March, 2012

“9/11, Criminality and the Treason of the Intellectuals,” Veterans Today, 28 May, 2012

“9/11 and Islamophobia,” Veterans Today, 20 May, 2012 http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/05/20/911-and-islamophobia/

“Election Fraud, Media Deception, and the Crisis of Conservatism,” Veterans Today, 8
May, 2012

“Fixing Elections Through Fraud,” Veterans Today, 5 April, 2012

“To Avoid Being Locked Up in Canada Cheney Stays Locked Up at Home.” Veterans
Today, 15 March, 2012

“When War Is Promoted as a Remedy for Terror,” Veterans Today, 3 March, 2012

“Tent Villages as Base Stations in Emergency Measures Operations,” Veterans Today, 12 January, 2012

“Rupert Murdoch, 9/11, and the Levinson Investigation of the Media-Police Complex,”
Veterans Today, 20 December, 2011

“Cheney in the Bunker; Cheney in Canada,” Veterans Today. 11 October, 2011

“From Hiroshima to Fukushima, 1945-2011: A Nuclear Narrative of Hubris and Tragedy,”
Veterans Today, 28 March, 2011


Regular Column

Canadian Forum, 1992-1998

“The Treaty Circle,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 71, Dec., 1992, p. 25
“Judging the Judges,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, Jan/Feb, 1993, pp. 28-29
“Questioning the Inquiry,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, Mar., 1993, pp. 27-28
“Many Nations, Few States,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, April, 1993, pp. 24-25
“Queen Kim’s Canada,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, May, 1993, p. 33
“Faces of Facism,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, June, 1993, pp. 28-29
“Tory Fences,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, July/Aug, 1993, pp. 26-27
“The Silent Vote,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, Sept., 1993, pp. 30-31
“Somalia McLuhanisms,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, Oct., 1993, pp. 26-27
“NAFTA or NAFTT?,” Canadian Forum. Vol. 72, Nov., 1993, pp. 27-28
“Dead Air,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 72, Dec. 1993, p. 17
“Knocking the Negotiators,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Jan.-Feb., 1994, p. 37
“Making Trouble,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Mar., 1994, p. 33
“Tory Pretenders,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, April, 1994, pp. 34-35
“The Age of Treaties,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, May, 1994, p. 27
“Fractured Territory,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, June, 1994, p. 29
“Victorian Sovereigntists,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, July-Aug., 1994, p. 29
“Mixed Roots,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Sept., 1994, p. 27
“Imperialism and Canada,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Oct., 1994, p. 47
“New Democratic Tories,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Nov., 1994, p. 38
“The Queen’s Allies,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 73, Dec., 1994, p. 29                                  “Alberta’s Revolution,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Jan./Feb., 1995, p. 29
“The Abo All-Stars,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Mar., 1995, p. 29
“Big Racist Thing,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, April, 1995, p. 31
“Where is Here?,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, May, 1995, p. 33
“The Unforgiven,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, June, 1995, pp. 6-7
“Lennarson of Lubicon,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, July/Aug., 1995, pp. 6-7
“The Godfather’s Heirs,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Sept., 1995, pp. 5-6
“Definitely Not Aimless,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Oct. 1995, pp. 6-7
Manufacturing Contempt, Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Nov., 1995, pp. 6-7
“Ethnics and Monet,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Dec. 1995, pp. 6-7
“Privatizing the Constitution,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Jan./Feb. 1996, pp. 6-7
“Dion the Decentralist,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, Mar., 1996, pp. 4-5
“The Rule of Politics,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 74, April, 1996, pp. 4-6
“Levant the Lobbyist,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, May, 1996, pp. 6-7
“Between the Jihad and McWorld,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, June, 1996, pp. 5-7
“Equal Injustice,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, July/Aug., 1996, pp. 5-6
“Christian Love,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, Sept., 1996, p. 5
“Fourth World Fundamentals,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, Oct., 1996, pp 4-5
Peoples in Captivity,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, Nov., 1996, pp. 6-7
“Political Judges,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 75, Dec., 1996, pp. 6-7
“Royal Omission,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Jan./Feb., 1997, pp. 5-6
“Magazine Meglomania,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, March, 1997, pp. 5-6
“Who Silenced Clayton Matchee?” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, April, 1997, pp. 5-6     “Stranger to History,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, April, 1997, pp. 5-6
“Anti-Federalist Tyranny,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, June, 1997, pp. 6-7
“Playing Both Sides,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, July-Aug., pp. 5-6
“Assembling the First Nations,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Sept., 1997, pp. 5-6
“Hogocracy,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Oct., 1997, pp.5-6
“Choosing Your Dictatorship,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Nov., 1997, pp. 5-6
“Mackenzie Valley II, Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, December, 1997, pp. 5-6
“Make Anti-MAI Hay,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Jan./Feb., 1998, p. 5-6
“Whose Sorry Now?” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, Mar., 1998, pp. 6-8
“The Politics of Monarchy,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, April, 1998, p. 6-8
Who Is Killing Canadian History?” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, May, 1998, pp. 5-6
“Indian Wars North and South,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, June, 1998, pp. 6-7
“Engendering Childcare,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, July-August, 1998, pp. 5-6
“Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide Close to Home,” Canadian Forum, June, 1999,
p. 31
“Engendering Childcare,” Canadian Forum, Vol. 76, July-August, 1998


Newspaper Articles in Commercial, Aboriginal, and Alternative Press
(partial list)

“First Ministers Revealed their Biases in Accord”, The Toronto Star, 19 June, 1987

“Native Communities are Still Colonies in Confederation”, Northern Life, 7 October, 1987

“Native People – A Search for Dignity”, The Globe and Mail, 2 August, 1988

“Push on the Verge of Coming to Shove,” The Globe and Mail, 20 October, 1988

“Fed Up With 27 February,” 1989

“As Long as the Sun Shines and Water Flows,” The Globe and Mail, 25 July, 1989

“Flaws in the Law Stack Odds Against Native People,” The Globe and Mail, 26 September, 1989;

“Warriors Forgotten on Remembrance Day,” The Globe and Mail, 10 November, 1989

“Canada’s Bitter Legacy of Injustice,” The Globe and Mail, 16 March, 1990

“Cutting into the Action,” The Globe and Mail, 18 June, 1990

“Warriors, Myths and Legends,” The Vancouver Province, 29 July, 1990

“Québécois Ignoring Brothers in Arms, The Calgary Herald, 21 July, 1990

“Attack on Human Rights: Hidden Realities Behind the Oka Crisis,” The Winnipeg Free Press, 31 July, 1990

“Politicians, Police, Lonefighters and Mohawks,” Kainai News, 20 September, 1990

“Meech Lake Mistake Back Again,” The Calgary Herald, 21 November, 1990

“Treating Native Activists Like Common Criminals,” The Globe and Mail, 26 March, 1991

“A Thickening Atmosphere of Animosity Between Natives and Quebec,” The Ottawa Citizen, 27 September, 1991, p. A.11

“Canada Round Excludes Natives,” The Calgary Herald, 5 October, 1991, p. A5

“Treaties Are Living Agreements, The Calgary Herald, 18 Feb., 1991, p. A5

“Getty Undermines Triple-E Senate Bid,” Lethbridge Herald, 24 Jan., 1992, p. A4

“Constitutional Reform is Canada’s Toughest Test,” Calgary Herald, 11 Feb., 1992, p. A5

“Serving Up Slices of the New Senate,” The Globe and Mail, 4 August, 1992, p. A11

“Debating an Agreement That’s Really No Agreement at All,” The Globe and Mail, 28 September, 1992, p. A19

“Native,” The Ottawa Citizen, 20 October, 1992, p. A11

“Document a Power Grab by the First Ministers,” The Calgary Herald, 25 September, 1992, p. A5

“Vote is Nothing More Than a Political Gimmick,” The Calgary Herald, 20 October, 1992, p. A5

“A Taste of the Politics of Exclusion,” The Globe and Mail, 14 May, 1993

“Alberta Government Strangles Native Studies,” The University of Toronto Varsity, 19 Jan., 1995

“The Philosophical Conflict That Animates Gustafsen Lake, The Globe and Mail, 5 Sept., 1995, p. A21

“Revealing Slip: Parizeau Played Dangerous Game With Toxic Political Symbols,” The Ottawa Citizen, 1 Nov., 1995, p. A17

“Klein’s Multi-Corp Morass,” The Lethbridge Herald, 29 Jan.,
1996, p. A4

“AFN’s Reckoning with Self-Rule,” The Ottawa Citizen, 29 July, 1997, p. A11

“Native Voices Raised,” Calgary Herald, 17 April, 1997, p. A19

“Pork Barrel Politics in the Global Economy,” Red Deer Advocate, 14 Oct., 1997, p. A4

“Indian Government-In- Waiting Or Just a Lobby Group”, Edmonton Journal, 29 July, 1997, p. A7

“Turning a Blind Eye to Aboriginal Unrest,” Edmonton Journal, April 17, 1997, p. A15

“First Nations Forgotten At Pipeline Probe,” Edmonton Journal, 4 November, 1997, p. A15

“Musquean Land Rights,” Edmonton Journal, 3rd February, 1999

“Separating Children from Their Parents,” Edmonton Journal, 18 March 1999

“Taber Shooting,” Edmonton Journal, 30 May, 1999

“Ghost of Elvis,” Edmonton Journal, 18 Aug. 1999

“Don’t Bury the Tragedy at Gustafsen,” Vancouver Sun, 21 Jan. 2000

“CBC Neglected Its Mandate in Trudeau Coverage,” Windspeaker, December 2000, p.5

“Confronting The Hard Realities of Canada’s Ongoing Indian War,” The Radical, Vol. 3, no. 5, January, 2001, pp. 1,2, 17

“Government Violates Crown Laws at Second Battle of the Plains of Abraham,” Discourse and Disclosure, July, 2001, pp. 1-2

“Cynicism Fuels B.C. Vote on Aboriginal Rights,” Winnpeg Free Press, 27 August, 2002

“What’s Left of the Left?,” Winnipeg Free Press, 23 May, 2002

“Making Sense of the New Indian Act,” Winnipeg Free Press, 15 August, 2002

Opposition to Monarchy a Liberal Party Tradition,” Lethbridge Herald, 23 October, 2002

“The Crossroads of Globalization,” Winnipeg Free Press, 25 November, 2002

“Effort to Undermine True Conservatives Devious,” Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 13 November, 2003

“Exposing the Fluoride Deception: Evidence Piling Up Against Use of Fluoride in Municipal Water Supplies,” Lethbridge Herald, 24
May, 2013;

“Not-So- Smart-Meters in Lethbridge, Lethbridge Herald, 4 August, 2015;

“Canada Takes a Wrong Turn on Terrorism: Bill C-51 Will Further Erode Protection for
Human Rights,” Lethbridge Herald, 14 July, 2015


Other Articles Combining Journalistic and Academic Approaches

“Academic Freedom and Thought Policing,” Truth and Shadows, 4 June, 2017 at

“Zionism, Islam and Canadian Democracy: Reflections on the Tehran Conference in
Support of the Palestinian Intifada,” American Herald Tribune, 3 March, 2017 at

“US Imperialism and the Wanton Destruction of Cultures: An Open Letter to Iran’s
Ayatollah Khameini, “ in Kevin Barrett, ed., Another French False Flag: Bloody Tracks
from Paris to San Bernardino,” (Lone Rock Wisconsin: Sifting and Winnowing Books,
2016) pp. 299-304
above published also on the web site of Ayatollah Khameini at
http://english.khamenei.ir/news/2824/Anthony-James-Hall-appreciating-Ayatollah-Khamenei-s-2nd-letter                                                                                                                    and at Truth and Shadows

“Urban Frack Attack: Lethbridge. Alberta Organizes Against Goldenkey’s
Fracking Proposal.” Watershed Sentinel, March-April, 2014

“The Hauntings of Colonialism,” Canadian Dimension, January/February, 2007

“Where Is America Going? A Call to Resist the Onslaught of a New American
Century,” Canadian Dimension, January/April, 2005, pp. 13

“Making Sense of the News in 2004,” Canadian Dimension, March/April, 2004,
pp. 10-11

“Imperialism, Conquest, Indigenous Peoples, Aboriginal Title, Treaties, and
International Law: The Occupation of BC, Iraq, and the West Bank”

“The Extradition cases of Sitting Bull, Leonard Peltier, James Pitawanakwat and John
Graham”, March 3, 2004 http://www.grahamdefense.org/news_ahall.htm

“The Denigration of ‘A Great National Question:’ The Campbell Referendum on
Aboriginal Title in British Columbia,” Kairos Solidarite, Vol. 11, no. 1, spring, 2002, pp. 19-20

“The Iraq Crisis and the Concept of Global Civil War,” Parkland Post, Vol. 7,
spring/summer, 2003, pp. 8-9. Also published in The Winnipeg Free Press, 15 August, 2003

“Making Sense of the New Indian Act,” The Winnipeg Free Press, 15 August, 2002

“Lighting A Candle or Exploding Bombs in North America and Kosovo,” published
on many web sites including Turtle Island and LISN, 1999, (75 pages)

“Hogocracy and Municipal Law in Alberta,” Encompass, Vol. 2, no. 1, Oct., 1997, p. 7

“Residential Schools: Far from Shingwauk’s Teaching Wigwam,” Catholic New Times, Vol. 20, no. 16, Sept. 22, 1996, p. 6

“Did Ralph Klein Break the Law,” Canadian Dimension, Vol. 30, No. 3, May-June, 1996, pp. 57-60

Alex Roslin, A Conversation With Tony Hall, The Nation (Serving the James Bay Cree Nations), Vol. 3, no. 9, April 1, 1996, pp. 16-18

“Aboriginal Issues and the New Political Map of Canada,” Native History Study Group Newsletter, April, 1991, pp. 1-4

“Putting Aboriginal Issues on the Canadian Political Agenda,” Canadian Dimension, Vol. 25, no. 4, June, 1991, pp. 15-18

“Aboriginal Futures – Awakening Our Imaginations,” Canadian Dimension, Vol. 25, no. 5, 1991, pp. 15-17

“Who Speaks for Canada? The Meech Lake-Free Trade Connection”, Humanist in Canada, Vol. 21, no. 2, Summer 1988, pp. 3-6

“Racism, First Nations and the Constitution,” Peace Magazine Vol. 7, no. 2, March, 1991, pp. 23, 29

“Chernobyl Darlington and the Nuclear Energy Time Bomb”, Humanist in Canada, Vol. 19, no. 4, Winter 1986/87, pp. 3-5

“Whose Birthday Is It Anyway? Bias in the Bicentennial”, This Magazine, Vol. 18, no. 5, Dec., 1984, pp. 34-37



The Wilfed Eggleston Award for best non-fiction work by an Albertan author, 2004/2005 for The American Empire and the Fourth World (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003)

Awarded the New Horizon Prize for Scholarly Achievement at the 2nd International New Horizon Conference, Tehran, 2 Oct. 2014

Hall’s Earth into Property selected by The Independent in UK as one of the Best Books
of 2010


Samples of Media Broadcast Work

International Appearances on Worldwide Network of Press TV

“Saudi Crimes in Yemen Must Be Exposed,” 23 September, 2015

ISIL, US Pretext for Military Presence in Foreign Countries,” 21 Sept. 2015

“West Responsible for Creating Refugee Crisis,” 13 Sept., 2015

“West Responsible for Migrant Crisis,” 24 August, 2015,

“World Abounds in Weapons of Mass Destruction,” 6 Aug. 2015

“World Beginning to See Through Netanyahu’s Lies,” 17 July, 2015

“West Complicit in Israel Genocide Against Gazans,” 3 July, 2015

“ISIL: Fake Threat Created by West,” 27 June, 2015

“West Uses ISIL Crimes as Propaganda Ploy,” 9 May, 2015

“ISIL Serving Saudi-Israeli Alliance,” 29 April, 2015

“ICC Must Hold Israel Accountable for War Crimes,” 17 Jan., 2015

“US Using ISIL to ‘Rebrand War on Terror’”, 28 Dec. 2014


Hall Reflects on Experiences in Iran in 2014

Appearance on Dan Dick’s Press for Truth, “Connecting the Dots on Canada, Israel and Iran
Over 11,000 views


Appearance on CBC “Ideas,” July 21, 2011, Reflecting on Studying Under Marshall McLuhan

*Collaborated with Paul Kennedy, Host of CBC Radio’s “Ideas” on Our Time as Fellow
Students of Marshall McLuhan. Our recorded recollections formed the basis of the Ideas
show, “At the Feet of the Master.”


Exposing Misrepresentations by Michael Shermer at the University of Lethbridge

Joshua Blakeney and Anthony J. Hall Investigate Michael Shermer’s Academic Credentials

Anthony J. Hall and Joshua Blakeney Challenge Michael Shermer About His 9/11 Denialism


Face to Face with Jack Etkin, #49, Professor Anthony J. Hall on Earth into
Property, 12 October, 2010


The Peter B. Collins Show, “The History of Imperialism, with Prof. Tony Hall”, 6
November, 2010


Very Active Media Work During Period as Associate Professor of Native
American Studies at the University of Lethbridge

Guest on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation shows including Morningside,
Commentary, As It Happens (“For the Record”), Wild Rose Forum, Media File,
This Country, The Calgary Newshour, Point Blank, The Lead, Face Off, Ideas.
On CFCN Lethbridge, Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network, Six Nations
Radio, Talk Shows on QR770 Radio Calgary, Actualité on Radio Canada, Public
Broadcasting Radio Network in USA, Counterspin on Newsworld, Wrote and
presented 26 opinion pieces for “Mid-day Express” on CBC Alberta Radio.


Sample of Video Tapes Produced

Produced, Wrote and Directed a 13 minute You Tube entitled “Jessica Ernst Exposes
Drilling and Fracking Crimes in Alberta”                                                                               Based on Her Presentation at the University of Lethbridge, 25 March, 2015, over 10,000 Views

First Nations, First Ministers (part 1) 1 hour, 1983
First Nations, First Ministers (part 2) 1 hour, 1984
A Long and True Alliance, 20 minutes, 1986

Beginning in 2003 with the Founding of Globalization Studies, Hall oversaw
Extensive Innovations at the University of Lethbridge in the Use of the www for
Interactive Broadcasting Together with the Capturing, Archiving and
Dissemination of Original Educational Material

Along with Trevor Woods, Tooker Gomberg, Neal Thomas, Waldemar
Belczowski, Amy Ramler, Matt Sletto, Dave Hinger, Calvin Toth, Alyssa Di
Rocco, and Brian Lutchmeesingh, Hall developed http://www.globalizationstudies.org.

Archived on the site are three years of GS classes, many involving video
To view some of the historical record of this rich period of experimentation, see


16mm Films Directed

Flight Plan, 1970
Sky Surfers, 1976
Serpent River Paddlers, 1978
Seasons of the Mind, 1978
(All these films have been aired by the CBC. As well some have been distributed
by the National Film Board, Famous Players Theatres and TV Ontario)


Publications Edited

The Phoenix, Summer, 1983
The Canadian Journal of Native Studies (member of editorial board since 1987)
The Warriors Tribute, Vol. 1, no. 1, 22 March, 1989


Academic Conferences Organized

With Rodney Bobiwash organized Americana Indigenismo: Indigenous
Peoples, the FTAA, and the Fourth World, April, 19, 2001, Quebec City. The
conference was part of The Peoples’ Summit to coincide with the gathering of the
leaders of 34 governments who met to negotiate terms for the proposed Free
Trade Area of the Americas


Community Involvement

Board of Directors
Canadian Association in Support of Native People

Canadian Alliance in Solidarity With the Native Peoples

Canadian Alliance in Solidarity With the Native Peoples
1985-1986, 1990-1993

Board of Directors
Canadian Alliance in Solidarity With the Native Peoples
1996 -1997

Founder, and Corresponding Secretary, Indigenous Ecology Alliance.

Member of the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs, 1990-2004

Adviser, Canadian Museum of Human Rights, 2006-2007

Regular presentations to Lethbridge Senior Centre

Advisory Board, Islamic History Month Canada

Member, Smart Meter Focus Group., Lethbridge

Advisory Board, ReThink 9/11


Paul Craig Roberts, “Don’t you think it farfetched that ignorant, corrupt, and
cowardly American journalists who lie for money know more than physicists,
chemists, 2,700 high-rise architects and structural engineers who have called on
the US Congress to launch a real investigation of 9/11, firefighters and first
responders who were on the WTC scene, military and civilian pilots and former
high government officials, all of whom are on record challenging the unbelievable
and physically impossible official story of 9/11? What kind of a dumbshit moron
does a person have to be to believe that the United States government and its
media whores know better than the laws of physics?”

Fifteenth Anniversary 9/11 Essay Illuminating the Crucial Role of Chomsky in the Ongoing 9/11 Cover Up

Snowden Trailer

Snowden and Daniel Elsberg on Whistle Blowing

Snowden and Daniel Elsberg on Whistle Blowing

Edward Snowden on Government Spying

Canadian Spy Center

Ryan Bellerose

NSA History, promo

Snowden at Guardian

Newsweek with trailer

Hillary Faints

Tape with news report of Hillary

Making of Atlantic Charter

Documentary of Edward Snowden, good

Review of Snowden, His ages

TIFF with promo

Oliver Stone site

How the Internet Made a Fake White Supremacist
“The White man has had more than enough of international Jewry
and we are fully prepared to smite the parasite for the millionth

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