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Stewards of the Earth : Aboriginal peoples, environmentalists, and historical representation
Throughout the last few centuries, many of the conflicts between Indigenous peoples and newcomers have been struggles over environmental control. During the rise of conservationism in the latter nineteenth century and the ...
Using Two Eyed Seeing to Explore Practice Level Perspectives and Experiences of Collaboration across Diverse Health Services with Cancer Control as an Exemplar
ABSTRACT Background: Health inequalities have resulted in higher chronic disease rates in Indigenous populations and access to culturally appropriate services has been an ongoing effort of the health system in addressing ...
Mixed Race, Legal Space: Official Discourse, Indigeneity, and Racial Mixing in Canada, the US, and Australia, 1850-1950
It is commonly held that contradiction and ambivalence are typical of Aboriginal policies, particularly those of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These contradictions, often witnessed between policy and its application, ...