Vol. 30, No. 2

Articles

“The Department is Going Back on These Promises”: An Examination of Anishinaabe and Crown Understandings of Treaty. By Brittany Luby

Reconciling Amerindian and Euroamerican (Mis)understandings of a Shared Past: Cross-Cultural Conflict Historiography and the 1932 Hannah Bay “Massacre”. By Cecil Chabot

A Social and Cultural Capital Approach to Understanding Traditional Activities on the Land in Two Northern Dene Communities.By Amanda Boyd, Cynthia Jardine and Christopher Furgal

Teaching and Learning with Traditional Indigenous Knowledge in the Tall Grass Plains.By Kathleen Martin and James Garrett

Listening Between the Lines: Reflections on Listening, Interpreting and Collaborating with Aboriginal Communities in Canada.By Maureen Simpkins

The Doctrine of Discovery and Canadian Law.By Jennifer Reid

“Part of That Whole System”: Maritime Day and Residential Schooling and Federal Culpability. By Martha Walls

Nisga’a Self-Government: A New Journey Has Begun. By Ross Hoffman and Andrew Robinson

Discussion and Debate / Discussion et d├ębat

Akimiski Island, Nunavut, Canada: A Test of Inuit Title.By Christine Pritchard, Brandy Sistili, Zechariah General, Graham Whitelaw, Daniel McCarthy and Leonard Tsuji

Book Reviews
Biolsi, Thomas: Deadliest Enemies: Law and Race Relations On and Off Rosebud Reservation. Reviewed by Gregory R. Campbell
Cruickshank, Julie: Do Glaciers Listen?: Local Knowledge, Colonial Encounters & Social Imagination. Reviewed by Ellen K. Brown
Davis, Philip E.: The Scalping of the Great Sioux Nation: A Review of My Life on the Rosebud and Pine Ridge Reservations. Reviewed by Greg Gagnon
Deyhle, Donna: Reflections in Place: Connected Lives of Navajo Women. Reviewed by Joanne McCloskey
Dorais, Louis-Jacques: The Language of the Inuit: Syntax, Semantics, and Society in the Arctic. Reviewed by Richard Compton
Ens, Gerhard (Editor): A Son of the Fur Trade: The Memoirs of Johnny Grant. Reviewed by Lyndel Meikle
Flanagan, Tom, Christopher Alcantara and AndrC) Le Dressay: Beyond the Indian Act: Restoring Aboriginal Property Rights. Reviewed by Shiri Pasternak
Hele, Karl S. and Regna Darnell (Editors): Papers of the 39th Algonquian Conference. Reviewed by Stephane Goyette
Kovach, Margaret: Indigenous Methodologies: Characteristics, Conversations and Contexts. Reviewed by Antonia Mills
Monture, Patricia A. and Patricia C. McGuire (Editors): First Voices: An Aboriginal Women’s Reader. Reviewed by Judy Iseke
Nielson, Marianne O. and Robert A. Silverman (Editors): Criminal Justice in Native America. Reviewed by Matthew L. M. Fletcher
Richardson, Benjamin J., Shin Imai, and Kent McNeil (Editors): Indigenous Peoples and the Law: Comparative and Critical Perspectives. Reviewed by D’Arcy Vermette
Titley, Brian: The Indian Commissioners: Agents of the State and the Indian Policy in Canada’s Prairie West, 1873-1932. Reviewed by Kristin Burnett
Wainwright, J. A.: Blazing Figures: A Life of Robert Markle. Reviewed by Sandra Dyck
Welta’Q. “It Sounds Good.” Historic Recordings of the Mi’kmaq. Reviewed by Lynn Whidden
Williams, Marla Shaa TlC!a (Editor): The Alaska Native Reader: History, Culture, and Politics. Reviewed by Gregory R. Campbell

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