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“IT WAS OUR LIVES, THAT WAS WHAT WE BELIEVED”: INDIGENOUS HISTORIES OF CATHOLICISM IN NORTHWEST SASKATCHEWAN
This dissertation considers the variety of ways that Indigenous people in Patuanak (a Dene First Nation) and Ile-a-la-Crosse (a predominantly Cree/Metis village) in northwestern Saskatchewan have negotiated Catholicism ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Lament: A Novel
When the peaceful life she built for herself is shattered, T’Rayles returns to the streets of the colonial city, Seventhblade, to hunt down the woman who put its destruction into play. The daughter of an Indigenous Ibinnashae ...