No Place for Fairness: Indigenous Land Rights and Policy in the Bear Island Case and Beyond
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BeschreibungExamining the Bear Island land claim case as a benchmark in Aboriginal land rights and land policy.
PortraitDavid T. McNab is associate professor, Indigenous studies, York University. A Metis historian, he has worked on Indigenous rights in Canada for over thirty years.
Pressestimmen"No Place for Fairness is a powerful piece of writing and a path-breaking study in the field of land claims, revealing the inner workings of the government. It deserves a wide readership." John S. Long, Nipissing University "McNab is uniquely positioned to shed light on a topic of vital interest to Canadian public debate because of his extensive experience inside the Aboriginal land claims process. Part memoir, part history, No Place for Fairness is a unique and valuable contribution to our understanding of Canadian policy on Aboriginal affairs." Kerry Abel, author of Drum Songs: Glimpses of Dene History
Untertitel: 'McGill-Queen's Native and Nort'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGILL QUEENS UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2009
Seitenanzahl: 238 Seiten