Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada: A Reader, second edition, is edited by Martin J. Cannon of Six Nations of Grand River Territory; and Lina Sunseri, a member of the Oneida Nations of the Thames, Turtle Clan. This unique collection of readings written primarily by Indigenous scholars explores how the convergence of racism and colonialism has shaped the lives of Indigenous people.
An Anthology of Indigenous Literatures in English: Voices From Canada is edited by Armand Garnet Ruffo of with Ojibway ancestry, and Katherena Vermette of Métis descent. An Anthology of Indigenous Literatures in English: Voices From Canada, is the most diverse and comprehensive anthology of Indigenous literatures in Canada. Over twenty years after the publication of its groundbreaking first edition, this collection continues to provide the most comprehensive coverage of Indigenous literatures within Canada available in one volume.
Learning and Teaching in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education is in its 3rd edition. This book continues to highlight new trends in teaching and education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education for both First Nations and non-Indigenous children. It also fills the gap between the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and non-Indigenous children around learning Indigenous perspectives.
Indigenous Peoples Within Canada: A Concise History is the Oxford University Press 2019 publication authored by the late Métis historian Olive P Dickason (1920 – 2011) and history professor William Newbigging. Updated, this fourth edition of A Concise History of Canada’s First Nations is a comprehensive overview of the long and vibrant history of Indigenous Peoples within what is now Canada. This engaging, chronological text offers a multifaceted account from time immemorial and pre-contact to present-day movements towards sovereignty.
First Nations in the Twenty-First Century was just released (2016) in its second edition from the Themes in Canadian Sociology series by Oxford University Press. This edition offers students a clear and concise introduction to understanding First Nations in Canada. This 252-page book by James S.
First Nations People in Canada is an accessible and up-to-date account of social demographics will be essential reading for students and scholars wishing to understand the full context of First Nations peoples in Canada. Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Calgary James S. Frideres' introduction to the current status of First Nations considers often troubled relations with the federal government as well as their surprising resilience.
A Concise History of Canada's First Nations by the late Olive P. Dickason and William Newbigging is the 2015 revised edition from Oxford University Press. This third edition has updated terminology reflecting current practice, 18 maps, and new and enhanced coverage of key topics - such as self-government initiatives, land rights disputes, Idle No More movement, economic development, the TRC, and efforts to highlight and share Indigenous knowledge.
Native North American Art is the second edition of Janet and Ruth B. Phillips' outstanding publication first released in 1998 through Oxford University Press. This 2015 second edition is a lively introductory survey of Indigenous North American arts from ancient times to the present that explores both the shared themes and imagery found across the continent and the distinctive traditions of each cultural region.
Over the course of the last twenty years, Native American and Indigenous American literary studies has experienced a dramatic shift from a critical focus on identity and authenticity to the intellectual, cultural, political, historical, and tribal nation contexts from which these Indigenous literatures emerge. The Oxford Handbook of Indigenous American Literature reflects on these changes and provides a complete overview of the current state of the field.