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An Amikwa Family Through Their Eyes: An Auto-ethnographic Study of an Indigenous Community in Northern Ontario Canada

An Amikwa Family Through Their Eyes: An Auto-ethnographic Study of an Indigenous Community in Northern Ontario Canada

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Title: An Amikwa Family Through Their Eyes: An Auto-ethnographic Study of an Indigenous Community in Northern Ontario Canada
Author: Nandlall, Ravindra Atma
Abstract: This work is focused on the lived experience in Northern Ontario, on the Pickerel River. The Mcquabbie Family history is used as a platform for discussing larger socio-political issues directly connected to person-hood, and identity politics. Through this discussion, we attempt to unravel the multitude of ways in which knowledge and the production of knowledge can be interpreted and understood in a variance of ways historically, and cross-culturally.
Subject: Canadian history
Keywords: Power
Dominance
Control
First Nations
Aboriginal
Native
Indigenous
Canadian. Government
Politics
Identity
Amikwa
Personhood
Positionality
Subjectivity
History
Type: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
Rights: Author owns copyright, except where explicitly noted. Please contact the author directly with licensing requests.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/33383
Supervisor: Hirji, Zulfikar A.
Degree: MA - Master of Arts
Program: Social Anthropology
Exam date: 2016-08-31
Publish on: 2017-07-27

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