International Journal of Canadian Studies

Numéro 41, 2010 Representations of First Nations and Métis Les représentations des Premières Nations et des Métis Sous la direction de Jorge Calderón et Wendy Roy

Sommaire (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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