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FINDING INDIGENOUS DISCOURSE SURVIVANCE AND SENDING IT FORWARD
This research is an interdisciplinary study of rhetorical analyses of three textual forms made by Indigenous women local to the Saskatchewan parkland. My purpose was to identify the survivance of a tribally specific ...
TLA’AMIN HOUSING ARCHITECTURE AND HOME TERRITORIES IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: INVISIBLE SPACES SHAPING HISTORICAL INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
A revolution took place in Sliammon, BC, between the late 1800s and 1970s. As with colonialism elsewhere in Canada, this included changes in Indigenous religion, health, governance, and every other mechanism of life, ...
Under the Accountability Microscope: Canadian Indigenous Accountability Policies, 2006-2016
Political commentary, including discussion of Indigenous accountability, regarding nation to nation relationship building with Canada’s Indigenous nations has increased significantly since the federal election in October ...
An Exploration of Crime Prevention Among Indigenous Youth Who Utilize the Services of the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming (SCYAP)
ABSTRACT Indigenous youth in Canada are incarcerated at rates that are six times greater than their non-indigenous counterparts. Studies have attributed this disparity to several factors: the intergenerational effect of ...
"PRODUCE MORE TO LIVE BETTER": COTTON, CORN, AND AGRARIAN MODERNIZATION IN GUATEMALA, 1944-1966
This dissertation argues that the Guatemalan Revolution (1944-1954) was a transformational moment that hastened the adoption of modern, industrial agriculture throughout the country and facilitated the opening of new ...