Aboriginal Peoples: Toward Self-Government was published in 1994 as Des Peuples enfin reconnus. This English edition was translated by Arnold Bennett. The volume is edited by Marie Leger, a sociologist. Contributors include: Ted Moses, Pierre Lepage, Alejandro Morgado Zacarias, Herlinda Zacarias Hernandez, Beatriz Perrone-MoisÃ©s, and Paulo Machado. The five chapters detail accounts of negotiations securing recognition and self-government by Indigenous peoples in Mexico, Colombia and Nicaragua, Panama and Brazil.
Les Croyances, Les Valeurs et Les Ambitions Des Peuples Autochtones is the 2012 French edition of Aboriginal Beliefs, Values, and Aspirations, the textbook written for the Ontario Ministry of Education's Native Studies Grade 11 course (NBV3C). Co-published by Pearson Education Canada and GoodMinds.com, this student text utilized a collaborative process involving First Nations, Inuit, Métis and non-Aboriginal teachers, cultural consultants, advisors, language consultants, artists, editors, and writers.
Les Peuples Autochtones Du Canada is the French edition of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, the 2011 textbook written for the Ontario Ministry of Education's Native Studies Grade 10 course (NAC20). Co-published by Pearson Education Canada and GoodMinds.com, this student text utilized a collaborative process involving First Nations, Inuit, Métis and non-Aboriginal teachers, cultural consultants, advisors, language consultants, artists, editors, and writers. Senior writer is Kevin Reed, and the author team includes Mary Joy Elijah, Keith Lickers, Neal McLeod, and Natasha Beeds.
First Nations Education Policy in Canada: Progress or Gridlock? by authors Jerry Paquette and Gerald Fallon challenge the fundamental assumptions about Aboriginal education and propose their own paradigm in order to present a revision of policy. Their aim is to review the First Nations education systems current in Canada and propose alternate models of analysis. The authors have developed a conceptual framework with which to re-envision the social, political, and educational goals of a self-governing First Nations education system.
Indigenous Peoples and Autonomy: Insights for a Global Age is one of the titles in the Globalization and Autonomy series published by UBC Press. This volume contains 10 essays by scholars from a variety of disciplines. Each essay focuses on a specific Indigenous Nation including the James Bay Cree, Saami Council, Torres Strait Islanders, Mapuche of Cholchol (Chile), East Cree, and the Zapatista Indigenous movement. Each case study examines how each Indigenous Nation voices their response to self-government, autonomy, and globalization. Contributors include Harvey A.
Notes from the Center of Turtle Island is one of the titles from the Contemporary Native American Communities Series published by AltaMira Press. Author Duane Champagne is professor in the department of sociology at UCLA. Duane Champagne has been presenting a series of comments on Indian policy, history, and culture since October 2006 in the newspaper Indian Country Today. This book provides a compilation of many of these editorials, plus two chapters not previously published.
Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence and a New Emergence by Mississauga researcher, writer, and educator Leanne Simpson examines Ojibwe Creation stories, language, and the traditional knowledge of Elders to create an understanding of reconciliation. By challenging the status quo interpretation of reconciliation as it relates to Indigenous people, Leanne Simpson offers a thoughtful alternative means of reaching true reconciliation using teachings such as the Seven Grandfather teachings, the Four Hills of Life, and Creation and Nanabush stories.
The Indigenous World 2011 is a comprehensive yearbook on the current situation of Indigenous peoples and their human rights published by the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA). Featuring 64 country reports and a section on international processes relating to Indigenous peoples, the book presents Indigenous peoples' voices and current concerns. It gives a unique overview of important events and developments in the Indigenous world during 2010.