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he first suburb of Edmonton, the capital of the oil-rich western Canadian prairie province of Alberta, was arguably the Federal Government of Canada's Papaschase Indian reservation 163. Situated inconveniently close to the settlement of Edmonton-Strathcona that had grown up around a Hudson's Bay...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2014: This project will establish a new partnership among selected university and museum institutions in Canada and England. Our aim is to illuminate, in new ways, the global circulation of material culture from and through northern North America - and the ways in which this...
Human activities have profoundly altered the biogeochemical cycle of many elements including mercury (Hg). Since ~1850 AD, industrial processes are suggested to have led to a 3-fold increase in Hg deposition above natural, pre-industrial levels. Despite extensive historical evidence for...
A paper developing insights regarding gaming, the concepts of indigeneity and settler colonialism, artistic appropriation, and the field of psychotherapy. The writer engages in an intensive and sustained analysis of the psychic material (including dreams and active imagination) that emerges in...
Governing Elizabethan Ireland: Representations of Colonial Administration in Holinshed, Spenser, and ShakespeareDownload
Traditionally, literary studies on early modern Anglo-Irish relations are largely rooted in the analysis of cultural and national differences between the English and native Irish. My dissertation questions the limitations of taking this line of interpretation, which has produced a genre that pits...