Resurgence and Reconciliation: Indigenous - Settler Relations and Earth Teachings is a 2018 publication from the University of Toronto Press addressing the current climate in Canada regarding Indigenous and settler relations. Editors Michael Asch (professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta), John Borrows ( Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law at the University of Victoria Law School), and James Tully (emeritus distinguished professor of Political Science, Law, Indigenous Governance, and Philosophy at the University of Victoria) have selected the eleven essays written by fifteen scholars from the fields of law, political science, political economy, women's studies, ecology, history, anthropology, sustainability, and climate change that examine the various approaches to the issues of Indigenous rights. The papers include Back to the Future: Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation by Michael Asch; 2. Earth-Bound: Indigenous Law & Environmental Reconciliation by John Borrows; 3. Reconciliation Here on Earth by James Tully; Part Two 4. Rooted Constitutionalism: Growing Political Community by Aaron Mills; 5. Toward a Relational Paradigm- Four Points for Consideration: Knowledge, Gender, Land and Modernity by Gina Starblanket and Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark; 6. Reconciliation and Resurgence: Reflections on the TRC Final Report by Paulette Regan; 7. Reconciliation, Resurgence and Revitalization: Collaborative Research Protocols with Contemporary First Nations Communities by Regna Darnell; 8. Proceed With Caution: Reflections on Resurgence and Reconciliation by Kiera Ladner; 9. Learning from the Earth, Learning from Each Other: Ethnoecology, Responsibility and Reciprocity by Nancy Turner and Pamela Spalding; 10. Indigenous and Crown Sovereignty in Canada by Kent McNeil; and 11. Treaty-Ecologies: With Persons, Peoples, Animals & the Land by Brian Noble. Highly recommended.