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Aboriginal Studies

Dickason/Newbigging: A Concise History of Canada's First Nations, 3/e
 
Burnett/Read: Aboriginal History, 2/e
 
Frideres: First Nations in the Twenty-First Century, 2/e
 
BURNETT/READ: Aboriginal History 2e
 
Dickason/McNab: Canada's First Nations, 4/e


Native Peoples, 4/e

Edited by C. Roderick Wilson and Christopher Fletcher

Taking an anthropological approach, this text examines the history and culture of First Nations, Inuit, and M├ętis societies across Canada. Each chapter focuses on a specific community and a particular theoretical perspective, offering students an insightful treatment of the anthropological study of Native groups.(Read more)

An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English, 4/e

Daniel David Moses, Terry Goldie and Armand Garnet Ruffo

Twenty years after the publication of its groundbreaking first edition, this collection continues to provide the most comprehensive coverage of Canadian Native literature available in one volume.(Read more)

Philosophy and Aboriginal Rights

Edited by Sandra Tomsons and Lorraine Mayer

With an impressive array of contributors, including scholars, elders, and active participants in Canada's Indigenous communities, Philosophy and Aboriginal Rights offers an unparalleled examination of how Canada can foster a viable nation-to-nation partnership with its Indigenous peoples.(Read more)

Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada

Edited by Martin J. Cannon and Lina Sunseri

This unique new collection of works by Indigenous scholars explores how the interplay of racism and colonialism has shaped the lives of Indigenous people in areas such as family relations, criminal justice, territorial rights, identity, citizenship, and relations with settler colonialists. With an emphasis on the Two-Row Wampum treaty - a pact between Western and Indigenous nations - the book discusses the historic and contemporary meaning of key terms like race and racism, and identifies how these factors were and continue to be at play in the lives of Indigenous peoples living in a colonized nation. (Read more)


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