Robert Henry, Ph.D., is Métis from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canada and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary, in the Department of Sociology. Robert’s research areas include Indigenous street gangs and gang theories, Indigenous masculinities, Indigenous and critical research methodologies, youth mental health, and visual research methods. Working closely with community partners, Robert works to create knowledge mobilization outcomes that reflect community needs and wants. He has published a photovoice narrative collection with Indigenous male gang members titled Brighter Days Ahead (2013) and has recently submitted another collection in partnership with Indigenous females and their involvement in street gangs titled Through the Looking Glass. Robert was the lead editor of Global Indigenous Health: Reconciling the Past, Engaging the Present, Animating the Future (2018) and is a co-editor on two other collections focusing on settler colonialism and urban Prairie cities, and Indigenous health and art. Robert has also published in the areas of Indigenous masculinity, Indigenous health, youth subcultures, and criminal justice. He also sits on the University of Calgary’s Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board, advising on research involving Indigenous peoples and communities.