University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - Native Studies - Dr. Fred Shore
Dr. Fred Shore


Assistant Professor
Executive Director: Office of University Accessibility

BA Brandon University (1982) 4th Year Specialist Degree
MA University of Manitoba (1983) History
PhD University of Manitoba (1991) History: Thesis Title, "The Canadians and the Métis: The Re-Creation of Manitoba, 1858-1872."

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474-7922 (fax)

Dr. Fred Shore: Dr. Shore's experiences and research areas are vast but primarily include Metis history and political issues of Indigenous people throughout Canada. He is our second longest serving faculty member and has been with the department since 1985. He is now half-time and teaches mostly undergraduate courses. Dr. Shore is also nearing completion of a book, titled Threads in the Sash: The Story of the Metis People.

Winner of the Dr. & Mrs. H.H. Saunderson Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2005