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Canada, inc. the relevance of ideology to the emergence of a capitalist social formation in Rupert's Land and the ‘Indian territories’ of British North America, 1852 TO 1885
This thesis looks at the relevance of ideology to the emergence of capitalist social formation in Rupert’s Land and the North West between 1852 and 1885 in two contexts: 1) as a mechanism of transforming the mercantilist ...
“WE LET THEM BE OUR EXTENDED FAMILY”: DISENTANGLING STÓ:LÕ FAMILIES FROM THE COLONIAL PAST
This thesis seeks to problematize current historiographic approaches to family, generally, and Indigenous families, specifically. Contrary to much of the scholarship on this topic, Indigenous families like the Stó:lõ have ...
Negotiated Identities: A History of Sharing and Indigenous-Settler Relations in Western Canada, 1800-1970
This dissertation is an analysis of sharing in the history of western Canada and Indigenous-Settler relations from 1800 to 1970. Based on original research conducted with two Indigenous groups – the Stó:lō Nation of British ...
"We want doors opened, not slammed shut": Aboriginal economic development corporations, case studies from Saskatchewan
Aboriginal Economic Development Corporations (AEDCs) have changed the approach to First Nations economic development. These agencies are set up and owned by Aboriginal governments to create economic opportunity for their ...
Kasibahagua Meets Sassuma Arnaa: Truancy, Resilience and Indigenous Curricula
This non-empirical thesis employed standpoint theory to explore how culturally relevant curricula and curricular resources aim to foster resilience while diminishing truancy among First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youths. ...