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This dissertation explores how nêhiyaw itwêwina (Plains Cree words or sayings) serve as anchors of meaning, word bundles, and teachers within the context of bilingual nêhiyaw-English poetry. As a non-Indigenous scholar, I address the questions “What do the nêhiyaw words and phrases embedded in...
«Tracking Change» – Краткое изложение актуальных вопросов: Публичные выступления в рамках Постоянного Форума ООН по вопросам коренных народов (ПФКН) (29-ое апреля - 4-ое мая 2019 года)Download
"Tracking Change" (отслеживая изменения) – это проект, рассчитанный на шесть лет и спонсируемый Канадским научно-исследовательским советом по социальным и гуманитарным наукам (2016-2021). На сегодняшний момент в данном проекте, возглавляемым Руководящим комитетом традиционных знаний (включающим...
In the introduction to my thesis, I discuss how I use a writing technique in my creative work in order to cope with the process of writing autobiography. As an Indigenous scholar and creative writer, I have been influenced by Indigenous research methodologies that support the practice of...
‘Accurate History and Facts’ or Memoir?: Unravelling the Weave of History and Life Narrative in the Black HillsDownload
This essay explores how John S. McClintock’s Pioneer Days in the Black Hills: Accurate History and Facts Related by One of the Early Day Pioneers, originally published in 1939 and republished by the University of Oklahoma Press in 2000, is employed as a historical source by historians and in...
‘Existentializing’ Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development: Higher Mental Functions as Skillful CopingDownload
Cultural psychology has typically viewed culture as an abstract system of rules that are first internalized and then employed individually. Lev Vygotsky has been largely mobilized in cultural psychology to support such an account via emphasis on the priority of semiotic mediation and the role of...
“A NEW FISCAL RELATIONSHIP:” A SETTLER BUREAUCRAT’S PERSPECTIVE ON FISCAL RELATIONS BETWEEN CANADA AND TREATY 6 FIRST NATIONS, THEIR HISTORY, PRESENT, AND FUTUREDownload
This thesis addresses the research question: What might truly “nation-to-nation” fiscal relationships look like between Canada and Alberta Treaty 6 First Nations if Treaty 6 were taken seriously? The thesis goes about exploring this question by reviewing the history of Treaty 6, based on the...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2019: If the #MeToo Movement has drawn wide attention to the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, then it has also brought notice to the facts that most victims of sexual assault know their attackers, that most rapes go unreported, that we live in a rape...
“Wrong Problem, Wrong Solutions”: Sexual Violence, Neoliberal Universities, and the Affects of Institutional BetrayalDownload
This thesis explores the affective and political currents of campus rape culture. Paying particular attention to neoliberalism’s transformation of Canadian higher education in recent decades, the author describes a “marketized” campus environment in which school reputation is frequently...