Ph.D. Geography, York University, 2014
M.A. Geography, University of Saskatchewan, 2007
B.A. Sociology, University of Saskatchewan, 2004
McCreary, Tyler. 2018. Shared Histories: Witsuwit’en-Settler Relations in Smithers, British Columbia, 1913-1973. Creekstone Press.
Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Jones, Caitlin & Tyler McCreary. Forthcoming. Zombie Automobility. Mobilities
McCreary, Tyler & Vanessa Lamb. Forthcoming. Reflections on a Political Ecology of Sovereignty: Engaging International Law and the Map. In U. Natarajan & J. Dehm (eds.), Locating Nature: Making and Unmaking International Law. Cambridge University Press.
Bledsoe, Adam, Tyler McCreary, & Willie Jamaal Wright. Forthcoming. Theorizing Diverse Economies in the Context of Racial Capitalism. Geoforum.
McCreary, Tyler & Richard Milligan. 2021. The Limits of Liberal Recognition: Racial Capitalism, Settler Colonialism, and Environmental Governance in Vancouver and Atlanta. Antipode 53(3): 724-744.
Allen, Doug & Tyler McCreary. 2021. Performing Black Life: The FAMU Marching 100 and the Black Aesthetic Politics of Disruption, Presence, and Affirmation. Cultural Geographies 28(1): 41-55.
McCreary, Tyler. 2020. Between the Commodity and the Gift: The Coastal GasLink Pipeline and the Contested Temporalities of Canadian and Witsuwit’en Law. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 11: 122-145.
Wright, Willie Jamaal, Tyler McCreary, Brian Williams, & Adam Bledsoe. 2020. Race, Land, and the Law: Black Farmers and the Limits of a Politics of Recognition. In Ashanté M. Reese & Hanna Garth (eds.), Black Food Matters: Racial Justice in the Wake of Food Justice, 228-250. University of Minnesota Press.
McCreary, Tyler & Ann Marie Murnaghan. 2020. Remixed Methodologies in Community-Based Film Research. The Canadian Geographer 64(4): 576-589.
Jackson, April, Tisha Holmes, & Tyler McCreary. 2020. Gown Goes to Town: Negotiating Mutually Beneficial Relationships between College Students, City Planners, and a Historically Marginalized African-American Neighborhood. Societies 10(3), 61
Lawhon, Mary & Tyler McCreary. 2020. Beyond Jobs vs Environment: On the Potential of Universal Basic Income to Reconfigure Environmental Politics. Antipode 52(2): 452-474.
McCreary, Tyler & Ann Marie Murnaghan. 2019. The Educational Work of a National Museum: Creating Knowledgeable Young Citizens in Ottawa, Canada. Children’s Geographies. 17(6): 635-648.
Pierce, Joseph, Mary Lawhon, & Tyler McCreary. 2019. From Precarious Work to Obsolete Labour? Implications of Technological Disemployment for Geographical Scholarship. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 101(2): 84-101.
McCreary, Tyler & Jerome Turner. 2018. The Contested Scales of Indigenous and Settler Jurisdiction: Unist’ot’en Struggles with Canadian Pipeline Governance. Studies in Political Economy 99 (3): 223-245.
Milligan, Richard & Tyler McCreary. 2018. Between Kitimat LNG Terminal and Monkey Beach: Literary-Geographic Methods and the Politics of Recognition in Resource Governance on Haisla Territory. GeoHumanities 4(1): 45-65.
McCreary, Tyler. 2016. Historicizing the Encounter between State, Corporate, and Indigenous Authorities on Gitxsan Lands. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 33(3): 163-197.
McCreary, Tyler, Suzanne Mills, & Anne St-Amand. 2016. Lands and Resources for Jobs: How Aboriginal Peoples Strategically Use Environmental Assessments to Advance Community Employment Aims. Canadian Public Policy 42(2): 212-223.
Murnaghan, Ann Marie & Tyler McCreary. 2016. Projections of Race, Nature, And Ethnnographic Childhood in Early Educational Cinema at the National Museum of Canada. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 98(1): 37-53.
McCreary, Tyler & Richard Milligan. 2014. Pipelines, Permits, and Protests: Carrier Sekani Encounters with the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project. Cultural Geographies 21(1): 115-129.