International Journal of Canadian Studies

Number 41, 2010 Representations of First Nations and Métis Les représentations des Premières Nations et des Métis Guest-edited by Jorge Calderón and Wendy Roy

Table of contents (15 articles)

  1. Présentation
  2. First Nations Gaming as a Self-Government Imperative: Ensuring the Health of First Nations Problem Gamblers
  3. Grassy Narrows Blockade: Reworking Relationships between Anishnabe and Non-Indigenous Activists at the Grassroots
  4. The Earth Keepers Solid Waste Management Planning Program: A Collaborative Approach to Utilizing Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge and Western Science in Ontario
  5. Representing Aboriginal Self-Government and First Nations/State Relations: Political Agency and the Management of the Boreal Forest in Eeyou Istchee
  6. Thomas Flanagan on the Stand: Revisiting Métis Land Claims and the Lists of Rights in Manitoba

Special Dossier  / Dossier spécial

  1. Introduction : Representations of First Nations and Métis in Canada and Quebec
  2. Mission mitchif : Courir le Rougarou pour renouveler ses liens avec la tradition orale
  3. Reading Beyond Race in Margaret Laurence’s “The Loons” from A Bird in the House
  4. L’Autochtone dans Le dernier été des Indiens de Robert Lalonde : ou comment passer de la grande à la petite noirceur
  5. On Critical Frameworks for Analyzing Indigenous Literature: The Case of Monkey Beach

Research Notes  / Notes de recherche

  1. La Saga de Bernard Assiniwi, ou comment faire revivre les Béothuks
  2. L’identité composée : hybridité, métissage et manichéisme dans La saga des Béothuks, de Bernard Assiniwi, et Ourse bleue, de Virginia Pésémapéo Bordeleau

Review Essay  / Essai critique

  1. Indigenous Peoples and Settler Angst in Canada: A Review Essay / Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard. Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry. The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008. 330 pages / John Ralston Saul. A Fair Country. Telling Truths About Canada. Toronto: Viking Canada, 2008. 340 pages
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