Vol. 14 No. 1, 1994

Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples: Social Integration or Disintegration? By Russel Lawrence Barsh

Size Distribution of Income and Income Inequality Among the Native Population of Northwestern Ontario. By W. B. Jankowski and B. Moazzami

Improving Achievement and Other Oucomes Among Urban Native Students. By John Kehoe and Frank Echols

Dances with Affirmative Action: Aboriginal Canadians and Affirmative Action. By Yussuf N. Kly

Marxism and the Aboriginal Question: The Tragedy of Progress. By David Bedford

Aboriginal Creativity

A Walker in this World: An Interview with Duane Slick. By Larry Abbott


Personal, Academic and Institutional Perspectives on Museums and First Nations. By Robert R. Janes

Review Essay

Social History Meets Ethnohistory: A Renewed Path for Native Studies. By David Reed Miller

Book Reviews

Churchill, Ward: Indians Are Us: Culture and Genocide in Native North America. Reviewed by Keith A. Winsell
Emberley, Julia: Thresholds of Difference: Feminist Critique, Native Women’s Writings, Postcolonial Theory. Reviewed by Lilianne E. Krosenbrink-Gelissen
Engelstad, Diane and John Bird (Editors): Nation to Nation: Aboriginal Sovereignty and the Future of Canada. Reviewed by Father David J. Norton
Ipellie, Alootook: Arctic Dreams and Nightmares. Reviewed by Michael P. J. Kennedy
Maud, Ralph: The Porcupine Hunter and Other Stories: The Original Tsimshian Texts of Henry Tate. Reviewed by Jonathan R. Dean
Pomedli, Michael: Ethnophilosophical and Ethnolinguistic Perspectives on the Huron Indian Soul. Reviewed by D. A. West
Sandoz, M.: Cheyenne Autumn. Reviewed by Dr. D. L. Treslan
Sharp, Nonie: Stars of Tagai: The Torres Strait Islanders. Reviewed by Tom Weegar
Spicer, Edward H.: People of Pascua. Reviewed by Alvin Kienetz
York, Annie, Richard Daly and Chris Arnet: They Write Their Dreams on the Rock Forever: Rock Writings in the Stein River Valley of British Columbia. Reviewed by Joël Demay

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