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Where My edhéhke Take Me In Reimagining Curriculum: A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Dene Learning From/With the LandDownload
nahendeh gozhih gohgha nezu, Land is healing for all. This teaching has been the pivotal component of my (re) searching into Land experiences. As a young girl, my experiences of learning from and with the Land were significant. Today these teachings have helped shape my sense of belonging and...
Indigenous futurisms, a term coined by Grace Dillon in 2003, and indebted to Afrofuturism, seeks to describe a movement of art, literature, games, and other forms of media that express Indigenous perspectives on the future, present, and past. This research outlines the scope of Métis futurisms as...
Where Water Hits Home: Colonial Technologies of Violence on IBPOC Peoples and Nonhuman Nature in CanadaDownload
This research-creation questions and resists colonial technologies such as industrialization and urbanization that exploit environments and IBPOC peoples–Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour–as resources for colonial "progress." The research examines how nature and human relations intersect...
Where electrical stimulation is delivered affects how contractions are generated in the tibialis anterior muscleDownload
This thesis describes experiments designed to investigate how motor units in tibialis anterior (TA) were recruited when electrical stimulation was applied over the TA muscle belly versus the common peroneal nerve trunk. The data from the first study (Chapter 2) showed that contractions were...
First and foremost, this work offers a critical review of recent influential environmental theorists’ efforts to construct and defend normatively significant accounts of wilderness. As such, this work focuses on the definitions provided by environmental philosophers Eric Katz, Holmes Rolston...
The messages of Free People of Colour were spread through subtle and subversive poetry and song in 19th century French Louisiana. Reuniting the lyrical poetry with the original music provides a deep and rich understanding of the intentions and meaning of the poems. The songs portray the French...