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History of the Canadian Metis : study guide
(Athabasca University, 1996)
The political, economic, and social history of present-day Canada was, for the first three huhdred years after European contact, a product of the fisheries and the fur trade. Posts along the ocean shores and along the ...
Conceptualizing Religion from Below: a neo-marxist approach to the religion of the poor
(Social Compass: The International Journal of the Sociology of Religion, 1988)
Pulp Mills, Fish Contamination, and Fish Eaters: A Participatory Workshop on the Politics of Expert Knowledge
(Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 1996)
Review: Religious Faith and Political Praxis in the Americas
(Latin American Perspectives, 1988)
(The Parkland Institute, 2002)
Political struggle at the local level is out of fashion. In today’s increasingly “globalized” world, appeals to the local can often appear parochial and tradition-bound. Determining whether effective political responses ...
A selected Western Canada Historical Resources Bibliography to 1985
(Prairie Forum, 1990)
The bibliography was compiled from careful library and institutional searches. Accumulated titles were sent to various federal, provincial and municipal jurisdictions, academic institutions and foundations with a request ...
Debating Metis Rights
(Literary Review of Canada, 1992-04)
Thomas Flanagan usually manages to place himself at the centre of controversy whenever he writes about the Metis. While his work may often appear to be motivated by ideology rather than the persuasiveness of historical ...
Wood Bison and the Early Fur Trade
(Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 1993)