ARTICLES

Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, "Weaving Together Our Future: The Interaction of Haida Laws to Achieve Respectful Co-Existence", (Indigenous Legal Orders and the Common Law, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, November 2012)

Williams-Davidson, Terri-Lynn "Sacred Objects, Art and Nature in a Global Economy", Paradigm Wars: Indigenous Peoples' Resistance to Economic Globalization (San Francisco: International Forum on Globalization), republished by Sierra Club Books, 2006.

Boyd, David and Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, "Forest People: First Nations Lead the Way Towards a Sustainable Future", Sustaining the Forests of the Pacific Coast: Forging Truces in the War in the Woods (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press).

"gii-dahl-guud-sliiaay" (Terri-Lynn Williams), "Cultural Perpetuation: Repatriation of First Nations Cultural Heritage", (1995) Special Issue, University of British Columbia Law Review, 183. An examination of the indigenous and nonindigenous perspectives of cultural heritage, with a critical evaluation of museums and other institutions and the need for co-management of cultural heritage. The role that repatriation can have in cultural sustainability.

Jones, Russ & Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, "Applying Haida Ethics in Today's Fishery", Just Fish: Ethics and Canadian Marine Fisheries, (St. Johns: ISER, 2000) 100; An excerpt was reproduced in Celebration 2000: Restoring Balance through Culture (Juneau: Sealaska Heritage Foundation, 2000). A description of the Haida worldview, an exploration of how it may be applied to the modern fishery and how "justice" according to law is redefining the relationship between First Nations and Canada.