Mackin, N., Edōsdi (Thompson, J.C.), & Kii’iljuus (Wilson, B.J.). (2013). Case Study 1: Ethnobotanical gardens, their role in education and conservation. BC Studies, The British Columbian Quarterly, Ethnobotany in British Columbia: Plants and people in a changing world (special issue), 179: 196-199.
Thompson, J.C. (Edōsdi.) (2008). Hede kehe’ hodzi’ kahidi’: My journey to a Tahltan research paradigm. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 31 (1): 24-40.
Thompson, J.C. (2004). Traditional plant knowledge of the Tsimshian curriculum: Keeping knowledge in the community. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 28, (1/2): 61-65.
Bevier, M.L., Evenchick, C.A., Thompson, J.C., & Wyss, J.A. (1997). Making geoscience relevant to First Nations students from the north coast of British Columbia. Journal of Geoscience Education, 45: 105-108.
Mackin, N., Edōsdi (Thompson, J.C.), & Kii’iljuus (Wilson, B.J.). (2013). Ethnobotanical garden benefits and principles: Connecting Indigenous communities to the landscape, International Federation of Landscape Architects 50 proceedings Part A 50th World Congress theme ‘Shared Wisdom in an Age of Change’. 210-217.
Edōsdi, Thompson, J.C. (2017). The artistry of research: The strength and stability of voice. In K. Staikidis & C. Ballengee-Morris (Eds.), Transforming our practices: Indigenous art, pedagogies, and philosophies. Reston, Virginia: National Art Education Association Press.
Edōsdi, Thompson, J.C. (2016). Gitga’at plant project: Bridging the gap between generations. In G. Snively & Wanosts’a7 L. Williams (Eds.), Knowing home: Braiding Indigenous science with western science. Victoria: University of Victoria.
Edōsdi /Thompson, J.C. (2017). Film Review. Konelīne – The Land Beautiful. BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly.
Books – Edited
Edōsdi / Thompson, J.C. (Ed). (2017). Dah dẕāhe es̱igits: We write our language. Penticton, BC: Theytus Books.
Turner, N.J., & Thompson, J.C. (Edōsdi) (Eds.). (2006). ‘Nwana’a lax yuup: Plants of the Gitga’at people. Hartley Bay, BC: Gitga’at Nation and Coasts Under Stress Research Project (R. Ommer, P.I.) Victoria, BC: Cortex Consulting.
Edosdi /Thompson, J.C., Bourquin, M. (Producers), & Bourquin, M. (Director). (2016). Dah Dẕāhge Nodes̱idē: We Are Speaking Our Language Again. [Video/DVD]. Dease Lake, BC: Tahltan Central Government.
OTHER WORKS (list most recent first)
Edōsdi /Thompson, J.C. (2016). “Educator, Researcher, and Scholar”. Featured in Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Education’s 50 Stories: 1965-2015. http://www.sfu.ca/education/50-anniversary/1990s/judy-thompson.html
Edōsdi /Thompson, J.C. (2016). Framework for Designing Indigenous Science Resources (pp. 17-19). Science First Peoples 5-9 Teacher Resource Guide. First Nations Education Steering Committee/First Nations School Association.