Sarah Hunt is Assistant Professor of Critical Indigenous Geographies in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia. She is Kwagiulth (Kwakwaka’wakw) from Tsaxis, and has spent most of her life as a guest in Lkwungen territories. Hunt’s scholarship in Indigenous and legal geographies critically takes up questions of justice, gender, self-determination and the spatiality of Indigenous law. Her writing and research emerge within the networks of community relations that have fostered her analysis as a community-based researcher, with a particular focus on issues facing women, girls and Two-Spirit people. Hunt received her BA and MA from the University of Victoria and her PhD from Simon Fraser University. Her writing has been published in numerous books and scholarly journals, as well as in popular media outlets. Hunt is co-editor of ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies.