The essays in Anthropology, Public Policy, and Native Peoples in Canada provide a comprehensive evaluation of past, present, and future forms of anthropological involvement in public policy issues that affect Native peoples in Canada. The contributing authors, who include social scientists and politicians from both Native and non-Native backgrounds, use their experience to assess the theory and practice of anthropological participation in and observation of relations between Aboriginal peoples and governments in Canada.
Please allow for additional shipping time. Differing Visions: Administering Indian Residential Schooling in Prince Albert 1867-1995 is an analysis of a single residential school in north-central Saskatchewan. The author teaches in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Simon Fraser University. The current study was prepared on behalf of the Prince Albert Chiefs for their communities.