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by Dawn Martin-Hill

eBook The Lubicon Lake Nation: Indigenous Knowledge and Power ePub
Author: Dawn Martin-Hill
Language: English
ISBN: 0802078281
ISBN13: 978-0802078285
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (February 16, 2008)
Pages: 208
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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Dawn Martin-Hill illustrates the power of indigenous knowledge by contrasting the words, ideas, and .

Dawn Martin-Hill illustrates the power of indigenous knowledge by contrasting the words, ideas, and ons of the Lubicon with official versions of Lubicon history as documented by the state. In doing so, she offers a genuine sense of the gravity of their lived experiences. The Lubicon Lake Nation is a story of one culture and the pursuit of indigenous rights in Canada as told from the perspective of those who know the situation best, the Lubicon themselves. By giving voice to the Lubicon, this study seeks to develop an exclusively indigenist framework in which the circumstances facing the people can be described and analyzed more accurately than they can using popular conceptions of native rights as put forth by the government.

Dawn Martin-Hill illustrates the power of indigenous knowledge by contrasting the words, ideas, and . In doing so, she offers a genuine sense of the gravity of their lived experiences as a cultural minority.

Book Description: The Lubicon Lake Nationstrives, through a critique of cted colonial images, to analyze the Canadian government's actions vis-à-vis the rights of the Lubicon people. eISBN: 978-1-4426-8855-1. Subjects: Anthropology.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. DOI: 1. 138/9781442688551. Book Description: The Lubicon Lake Nationstrives, through a critique of cted colonial images, to analyze the Canadian government's actions vis-à-vis the rights of the Lubicon people.

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The Muskotew Sakahikan Enowuk or Lubicon Lake Nation is a Cree First Nation in northern Alberta, Canada. They are commonly referred to as the Lubicon Lake Nation, Lubicon Cree, or the Lubicon Lake Cree

The Muskotew Sakahikan Enowuk or Lubicon Lake Nation is a Cree First Nation in northern Alberta, Canada. They are commonly referred to as the Lubicon Lake Nation, Lubicon Cree, or the Lubicon Lake Cree. The Nation has been embroiled with the Government of Canada regarding disputed land claims for decades.

The Lubicon Lake Nation. indigenous knowledge and power. Published 2007 by University of Toronto Press in Toronto. Cree Indians, Cree philosophy, Government relations, Historiography, History, Indians of North America, Lubicon Lake Indian Nation. Alberta, Canada, Lubicon Lake Region. Includes bibliographical references (p. -178) and index.

The Lubicon Lake Nation: Indigenous Knowledge and Power by Dawn Martin-Hill and a great selection of related books, art . Published by University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (2008). ISBN 10: 0802078281 ISBN 13: 9780802078285.

Published by University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (2008).

Many argue that the Lubicon, a small Cree nation in northern Alberta, have been denied their unalienable right to self-determination by the Canadian government. In a country such as Canada, some see the plight of the Lubicon people as an enduring reminder that certain democratic principles and basic freedoms are still kept from minorities, indigenous groups in particular.The Lubicon Lake Nation strives, through a critique of historically-constructed colonial images, to analyze the Canadian government's actions vis-à-vis the rights of the Lubicon people. Dawn Martin-Hill illustrates the power of indigenous knowledge by contrasting the words, ideas, and self-conceptualizations of the Lubicon with official versions of Lubicon history as documented by the state. In doing so, she offers a genuine sense of the gravity of their lived experiences. By giving voice to the Lubicon, this study seeks to develop an exclusively indigenist framework in which the circumstances facing the people can be described and analyzed more accurately than they can using popular conceptions of native rights as put forth by the government.

The Lubicon Lake Nation is a story of one culture and the pursuit of indigenous rights in Canada as told from the perspective of those who know the situation best, the Lubicon themselves.

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