Barry, J. (Forthcoming). Government-to-Government Planning and the Recognition of Indigenous Rights and Title in the Central Coast Land and Resource Management Plan. In: R Thomas (Ed), Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach. Oxford University Press Canada.
Barry, J. (2015). Unsettling Planning Education through Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning: Reflections on the Indigenous Planning Studio. Planning Theory and Practice.
Barry, J. (2015). From British City Centre to British Columbia’s Central Coast: The Transferability of the Institutional Capacity Development Framework. In: J Hillier & J Metzger (Eds), Connections: a Festschrift for Patsy Healey. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
Porter, L & J Barry (2015). Bounded Recognition: Urban planning and the textual mediation of Indigenous rights in Canada and Australia. Critical Policy Studies 9(1): 22-40.
Saarikoski, H, K Raitio & J Barry (2013). Understanding ‘Successful’ Conflict Resolution: Policy Regime Changes and New Interactive Arena in the Great Bear Rainforest. Land Use Policy 32: 271-280.
Barry, J (2012). Indigenous-State Planning as Inter-Institutional Capacity Development: The Evolution of ‘Government-to-Government’ Relations in Coastal British Columbia, Canada. Planning Theory and Practice 13(2): 213-231.
Barry, J & L Porter (2012). Indigenous Recognition in State-Based Planning Systems: Understanding Textual Mediation in the Contact Zone. Planning Theory 11(2): 170-187.
PhD (Community & Regional Planning), University of British Columbia, 2011
MA (Canadian Studies & Indigenous Studies), Trent University, 2004
BSc (Environmental Science & Biology), Trent University, 2000
Candidate Member, Canadian Institute of Planners
Indigenous peoples and planning; collaborative planning; cross-cultural planning; planning institutions & governance; planning for public lands and natural resources; case study research; interpretive methods and discourse analysis
EVLU 4006 T4 Special Topic: Indigenous Peoples and Community Planning
CITY 7020 Planning Research Methods
CITY 7440 Planning Design IV: Indigenous Planning Studio