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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Eurocentrism, Genetic Testing, Human Genome Project

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When the new world and the old world collide. Indg 1000 lecture 2 you"re not the indian i had in mind. John mohawk community to community, reality is d
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Two Row Wampum Treaty, Great Peacemaker, Boundary Marker

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Indg 1000 l10 identtiy issues part i who is indian and who is not, and it is only by retaining this power to include some and exclude others that india
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Handsome Lake, Cornplanter, Indian Act

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Indg 1000 l6 revitalization: the code of handsome lake. Handsome lake is a movement highly discouraged due to ties to christianity. Revitalization: a d
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gradual Civilization Act, Campbell Scott, Indian Act

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Harmful piece of policy ever to be developed. Meant to deal with the indian question. Policy is a plan of action used by the government to set out clea
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Nicholas Flood Davin, Gradual Civilization Act, Ndian

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Indg 1000 l9 indian residential schools. Poem written by annie smith, umatilla nation, about her uncle who died in. Until they die off and no longer ne
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Eurocentrism, Dominant Culture, Squaw

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Indg 1000 l4 points of contact: invention of the. (cid:494)we are in her and she is in us(cid:495) Relationships: between humans, between humans and th
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Indian Register, Indian Act, Identity Politics

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Indg 1000 l11 identity issues part ii. Identity legislation, like all legislation, has set the terms under which aboriginal peoples must organize their
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Eurocentrism, Scientific Method, Empiricism

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Indg 1000 l3 indigenous and eurocentric thought. Confined to a certain way of thinking (like a box) Stories connect you with uncertainty in life. Belie
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CARLETONINDG 2010Jennifer AdeseFall

INDG 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Eviction, Scientific Racism, Aboriginal Title

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Power to dispossess (the removal of indigenous peoples from their lands): violence- page 168: as you move into the mid 1800s, colonial powers have had
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CARLETONINDG 1000simon BrascoupeFall

INDG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Strange Boarders, Cayuga People, Umbilical Cord

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Indg 1000 l7 case study: the haudenosaunee. People of the great swamp or pipe. You can break one on it"s own, but if they all come together, you cannot
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CARLETONINDG 2015Veldon Cobourg Fall

INDG 2015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Epistemology, Categorical Imperative, Fallibilism

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CARLETONINDG 2010Jennifer AdeseFall

INDG 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sea Turtle, Red Power Movement, Terra Nullius

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Different indigenous perspectives and european perspectives on jagged world. Views colliding (views that do not mesh with each other) The truth about s
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