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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10/05: Essentialism

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10/05 grey, decolonizing feminism: aboriginal women and the global sisterhood Indg women feel alienated from feminism, seek to identify struggles in di
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/05: Air Jordan, Sweatshop

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Catholics make a big deal abt how they rescued indg ppls from satanic idolatry in central mexico, but indg ppls carefully concealed their cult objects.
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/03: Daphne Odjig

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11/03 houle, odjig: a pictorial style in transition. Daphne odjig, potawatomi painted, given eagle feather from reserve chief to signify artist warrior
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/02: Inuktitut, Inuit Languages, Inuit

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Early explorers showed a lot of bravado/immaturity, seemed stupid to inuit. Kept coming back to find a mythical passage/marvel @ savages . Came to arct
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/09: Redone

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11/09 doxtater, reconnecting the past: an indian idea of history. Indg ppls only have hist in relation to white ppl. They are history, they don"t hav i
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 09/21: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Manifest Destiny, Noble Savage

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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/30: Oka Crisis

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Art in response to/re: the oka crisis. Unity flag--symbolic of unity fostered by blockade. Accepting oral hist as legitimate changes whole perspective
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10/02: Inflectional Phrase, Winnowing, Pseudoscience

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10/02 lawrence, gender, race, and the regulation of native identity in canada and the. Indg identities are defined/policed by colonial gov"ts/settler p
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 09/28: Urban Indian, Basket Weaving

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Hide exhibit--thematically focused on skin, alludes to indg use of hides in past/present. Artists using portraiture to overturn colonialist gaze. Use o
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/10: Wampum

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11/10 maracle, this is how long these words will last. Belt tells a narrative, symbolic of deeper meaning, metaphorical. But white govt is trying to ge
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 09/15: Indian Art, Manitoulin Island, Bricolage

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Reserves were a prison, where indg people had to fight for passes to leave. They were created to isolate indg people, to protect them. But, that isolat
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CANS 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11/23: Mnemonic, Noble Savage

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Increasing accessibility of the past brought by tech means that the past is now present, Return to the view of the ancient man. Howev, indg thought doe
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