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Cyberimperialisme et marginalisation des autochtones au Canada
(Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique INRS Urbanisation, Culture et Société, 2000)
Les populations indigènes du Canada seraient-elles sujettes, comme les. autres populations du Canada, à un « cyberimpérialisme » insidieux, qui menace de dénaturer et de marginaliser leurs cultures, voire de les éliminer ...
Metis Studies : The Development of a Field and New Directions
(University of Alberta Press, 2001)
Until recently, sources for Mets studies have been few both for classroom use as well as academic reflection. Lately, there has been a virtual explosion of interest, although largely among non-Mets historians. Now this to ...
Time for a Change? The Alberta Historical Resources Act
(Legacy Magazine, 2000-01)
The Alberta Historical Resources Act was a product of several well-attended hearings during 1970-71, chaired by Richard G. Forbis, a leading archaeologist and professor at the University of Calgary. Intended to preserve ...
Who matters? Public history and the invention of the Canadian past
There is no longer any real dispute that the past, as distinct from traditions, is an invention based on a careful selection of apparently empirical evidence. Historians now accept that there is no "ultimate" truth; there ...
Nature and Culture: A New World Heritage Context
(International Journal of Cultural Property, 2008)
The understanding of the relationship between culture and nature as manifested in the UNESCO declarations and practices has changed over the last few years. The World Heritage Convention is continuing to evolve ...