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+ Nos membres sont actifs! DIALOG organise un panel dans le cadre du congrès annuel du Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA), qui se déroulera à Hamilton, en Nouvelle-Zélande, du 26 au 29 juin prochain: Mino Pimatissi8in : Urban Indigenous wellbeing and social determinants of health in Canada. Nathalie Kemoal (UAlberta), Édith Cloutier (CAAVD) et Ioana Radu (INRS) y présenterons une conférence.

+ Hugo Asselin (UQAT) est co-auteur de l'article Attitudes and behaviors of mining sector employers towards the Indigenous workforce, paru dans le numéro de juin 2019 de la revue Resources Policy.

+ Marie Thériault (UdeM) signe 3 articles dans la SAGE International Encyclopedia of Music and Culture: "Concert Stage",  "Native American Music" et "Zydeco ".

+ Les texte de la conférence L'éducation scolaire chez les Premières Nations et les Inuit du Québec: refaire nos devoirs, construire la réconciliation, prononcée en octobre dernier par Carole Lévesque (INRS) lors de la conférence sur la mixité sociale et scolaire (panel sur la mixité ethnoculturelle), est disponible en ligne.

+ La revue Nouveaux Cahiers du socialisme publie une Entrevue avec Édith Cloutier, directrice du Centre d’amitié autochtone de Val-d’Or, dans lequel elle revien entre autres sur les 12 années de collaboration au réseau DIALOG.
Nouvelles d'ici et d'ailleurs | News from here and abraod | Noticias de aquí y de allá

+ Le projet de loi C-92: Reconnaissance des droits et de la compétence des peuples autochtones en matière de services à l’enfance et à la famille a été déposé le mois dernier par le gouvernement fédéral. L'APNQL et la CSSSPNQL réagissent positivement.

+ Les Inuit du Nunavik adoptent une résolution importante sur l’autodétermination, annonce un communiqué de presse de la Société Makivik.

+ Dans le cadre de la Journée nationale des langues autochtones du 31 mars, Radio-Canada fait le point sur la situation linguistique des Autochtones au pays.

+ Médérick Potvin, étudiant à la maîtrise en éducation à l'UQAC, est à la recherche d'une quinzaine d'étudiants autochtones pour une enquête dans le cadre de son mémoire. Médérick s'intéresse à la relation au passé chez les apprenants issus des Premières Nations le tout en lien avec le programme d’histoire tel que conçu par le Ministère de l’Éducation. Pour plus d'information, contactez Médérick Potvin ou sa directrice de maîtrise, Catherine Duquette.
Conférences | Colloque | Colloquios

Montréal, 19 avril 2019
La réappropriation, l'enseignement et la traduction des langues autochtones


Poznań, Poland, 24-27 April, 2019
40th American Indian Workshop
Indigenous Economies: Sustenance, Sustainability and Sovereignty


Québec, 3 mai 2019
3e colloque étudiant Habiter le Nord québécois


Calgary, 22-24 mars 2019
8e congrès international sur la santé des enfants autochtones


Kamloops, 2-4 May 2019
Intersections: Peoples and Places in British Columbia

Vancouver, 16-18 May, 2019
Decolonizing Technologies, Reprogramming Education


Vancouver, 20-24 mai 2019
Changer d'air - Colloque CASCA et AAA

Montréal, 22 mai 2019
Journée d’études « La commémoration au Québec : carrefour mémoriel et identitaire »

Arkhangelsk, Russia, 20-22 mai 2019
Arctic Science Summit Week


Gatineau, 27 mai 2019
La réconciliation entre les Autochtones et les allochtones : perspectives multiples 
87e Congrès de l'Acfas

Gatineau, 27 mai 2019
Enjeux et défis relatifs à l'autochtonisation des milieux d'enseignement postsecondaire au Québec
87e Congrès de l'Acfas
Gatineau, 30-31 mai 2019
Accompagner la décolonisation dans l’environnement éducatif collégial
87e Congrès de l'Acfas


Arkhangelsk, Russia, May 28 2019
Indigenous Languages and Inclusion Policies in Education
Arctic Science Summit Week


Vancouver, 1er-7 juin 2019
Congrès des sciences humaines


Vancouver, 3-5 June 2019
Indigenous Literary Arts of Truth and Redress: A Gathering of the Indigenous Literary Studies Association


Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-29 June 2019
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2019

Montréal, 26-28 June 2019
Présences et absences : historiciser les (dis)continuités et (in)interruptions des voix et expériences autochtones


Bifröst, Iceland, 28-30 August 2019
10th Nordic Conference on Cultural Policy Research


Clarens, Afrique du Sud, 18-20 septembre 2019
5th International Symposium on Place Names “Recognition, regulation, revitalisation: place names and indigenous languages”


Montréal, 3-6 octobre 2019
21e Congrès d'Études Inuit

Montréal, 26-27 octobre 2019
Before Canada: Northern North America in a Connected World, ca. 1000-1800AD

Montréal, 13-16 November, 2019
Canada: Forces of Inclusion and Exclusion
25th Biennial Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
Appel de propositions | Calls for proposals | Llamadas de propuestas

+ Call for papers: The 54th Northern Great Plains History Conference will be held as part of the fifth in the series of revived Western Canadian Studies Conferences in Brandon, Manitoba Proposals for individual papers and complete sessions in all fields of history ­– around the globe and across time – are encouraged. Deadline for proposals: April 12, 2019.

+ Call for papers: The Association for Canadian Studies is pleased to announce the call for proposals for their 25th biennial conference: Association for Canadian Studies in the United States : Canada: Forces of Inclusion and Exclusion. Disciplinary, multidisciplinary, and interdisciplinary scholarly inquiries dedicated to examining the conference theme of inclusion/exclusion in Canada and Canadian affairs are encouraged. Deadline for proposals : April 15, 2019.

+ Call for proposals: The Action Research Network of the Americas - 7th Annual Conference. This year’s ARNA conference team invites submissions from individuals and groups who are interested in sharing, discussing and improving collective efforts to understand, make visible, dismantle, resist, upset, undo, re-write, subvert, and change the conditions of contemporary social life that create and sustain inequalities. Deadline for submission: April 15, 2019.

+ Appel à contributions: L’Association canadienne des sociologues et des anthropologues de langue française (ACSALF) organise son colloque général sur le thème souci, mépris, indifférence. L’invitation s’adresse aux anthropologues et sociologues, de même qu’à ceux et celles qui partagent leurs perspectives d’enquête et d’analyse. Date limite de soumission de propositions (communications individuelles et ateliers) 15 avril 2019.
Expositions | Exhibits | Exposiciones
Rebecca Belmore. Facing the Monumental, Remai Modern, Saskatoon (until May 5th, 2019)
Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental, organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario, surveys Belmore’s more than 30-year career and includes sculptures, installations, photographs, and performance-based works, as well as new works. Remai Modern is pleased to have lent a significant work from its collection to the exhibition, the large-scale textile installation blood on the snow (2002).
Chapan Snares Rabbits, Amelia Douglas Gallery, New Westminster, Colombie-Britannique (jusqu'au 20 avril 2019)

Chapan is a Cree word that means your great-grandparents and also means your descendants. My chapan was a midwife and healer who further supported her family with trapline of rabbit snares. Trapline is a series of rabbit fur drums in pastel colours to honour her work as a provider. My quilt and elk-hide drums reference Star blanket quilts that are created and gifted to honour people and significant events in their life. I am inspired by the many Indigenous women who continue to adapt, create and remain the backbone of our families and communities.
Nivinngajuliaat from Baker Lake, Winnipeg Art Gallery (until July 21, 2019).
Nivinngajuliaat from Baker Lake brings together twelve large-scale works that date between the 1970s and the 1990s by nine artists, most of whom are women. Irene Avaalaaqiaq and Jessie Uunaq (Oonark) show their mastery of visual storytelling through their use of stitching and appliqué cut-outs to create felt storyboards. The two artists also illustrate the exhibition's overall range of subject matter, from Uunaq's autobiographical depiction of scenes from her own life, to the supernatural themes found in Avaalaaqiaq's work. Marion Tuu'luuq, is a master of precision, who builds narrative more through stitch work than appliqué
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+ Assembling Unity. Indigenous Politics, Gender, and the Union of BC Indian ChiefsThrough a detailed history of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC), one of Canada’s leading Indigenous political organizations, Assembling Unity explores the relationship between pan-Indigenous politics in British Columbia and global political ideologies. Situating Indigenous perspectives on governance firmly in the foreground of her study, Sarah Nickel demonstrates that while unity has been an enduring goal for BC Indigenous peoples, its articulation was heavily negotiated between UBCIC members, grassroots constituents, and Indigenous women’s organizations.

+ Implicating the System. Judicial Discourses in the Sentencing of Indigenous Women. Indigenous women continue to be overrepresented in Canadian prisons; research demonstrates how their overincarceration and often extensive experiences of victimization are interconnected with and through ongoing processes of colonization. Implicating the System: Judicial Discourses in the Sentencing of Indigenous Women explores how judges navigate these issues in sentencing by examining related discourses in selected judgments from a review of 175 decisions.
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+ How Shoshones and Arapahos Created a High School on the Wind River Reservation.  Sovereign Schools tells the epic story of one of the early battles for reservation public schools. For centuries indigenous peoples in North America have struggled to preserve their religious practices and cultural knowledge by educating younger generations but have been thwarted by the deeply corrosive effects of missionary schools, federal boarding schools, Bureau of Indian Affairs reservation schools, and off-reservation public schools.

+ Pueblo Sovereignty. Indian Land and Water in New Mexico and Texas. Over five centuries of foreign rule—by Spain, Mexico, and the United States—Native American pueblos have confronted attacks on their sovereignty and encroachments on their land and water rights. How five New Mexico and Texas pueblos did this, in some cases multiple times, forms the history of cultural resilience and tenacity chronicled in Pueblo Sovereignty  [...] The authors trace the complex tangle of conflicting jurisdictions and laws these pueblos faced when defending their extremely limited land and water resources.


+ No Surrender. The Land Remains Indigenous. Between 1869 and 1877 the government of Canada negotiated Treaties One through Seven with the Indigenous peoples of the Great Plains. Many historians argue that the negotiations suffered from cultural misunderstandings between the treaty commissioners and Indigenous chiefs, but newly uncovered eyewitness accounts show that the Canadian government had a strategic plan to deceive over the “surrender clause” and land sharing.
Empire's Tracks Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental RailroadEmpire’s Tracks boldly reframes the history of the transcontinental railroad from the perspectives of the Cheyenne, Lakota, and Pawnee Native American tribes, and the Chinese migrants who toiled on its path. In this meticulously researched book, Manu Karuka situates the railroad within the violent global histories of colonialism and capitalism. Through an examination of legislative, military, and business records, Karuka deftly explains the imperial foundations of U.S. political economy.
+ Iroquois in the West. Two centuries ago, many hundreds of Iroquois - principally from what is now Kahnawà:ke - left home without leaving behind their ways of life. Recruited to man the large canoes that transported trade goods and animal pelts from and to Montreal, some Iroquois soon returned, while others were enticed ever further west by the rapidly expanding fur trade. Recounting stories of Indigenous self-determination and self-sufficiency, Iroquois in the West tracks four clusters of travellers across time, place, and generations.

Revues et périodiques | Journals | Periodicoas y revistas
Drogues, santé et société
17 (1), 2018
Marc Perreault. Mot de présentation / Drogue et société : par-delà les frontières du sens
Jacky Vallée. « Pas juste un soûlon » : le boire et l’agentivité chez les Eeyous de Chisasibi
Leila Inksetter, Marie-Pier Bousquet. De l’alcool et des histoires : perceptions diachroniques et multigénérationnelles entourant la consommation d’alcool et sa régulation chez les Anicinabek
Livia Viventi. Les déclencheurs du suicide chez les atikamekw et les anishnabek
Services sociaux et protection de la jeunesse
Service social
64 (1), 2018


Marie-Hélène Gagnon-Dion et al. L’expérience des jeunes autochtones pris en charge par la protection de la jeunesse: entre déracinement et émancipation
Christiane Guay et al. La famille élargie, incontournable chez les Innus


The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
 64 (3) 2019


Laura M. Heath et al. Mental Health in the Cree Peoples of Northern Quebec: Relationships Among Trauma, Familial Psychological Distress, and Mood or Anxiety Disorders


Child Abuse & Neglect
90 (April), 2019


Jennifer Ma et al.The overrepresentation of First Nations children and families involved with child welfare: Findings from the Ontario incidence study of reported child abuse and neglect 2013
Melissa O’Donnell et al. Infant removals: The need to address the over-representation of Aboriginal infants and community concerns of another ‘stolen generation’


The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health
3 (3), 2019
Editorial. Suicide in Indigenous youth: an unmitigated crisis
First Peoples Child & Family Review
14 (1), 2019
Cindy Blackstock. (Editorial) Indigenous Child Welfare Legislation: A Historical Change or Another Paper Tiger?
Raven Sinclair. Aboriginal Social Work Education in Canada: Decolonizing Pedagogy for the Seventh Generation
Kathy Absolon. Indigenous Wholistic Theory: A Knowledge Set for Practice
Suzanne Stewart. Family Counselling as Decolonization: Exploring an Indigenous Social-Constructivist Approach in Clinical Practice
Estelle Simard.  Culturally Restorative Child Welfare Practice: A Special Emphasis on Cultural Attachment Theory
Robina Thomas, Jacquie Green. A  Way of Life: Indigenous Perspectives on Anti-Oppressive Living
Cyndy Baskin. Aboriginal Youth Talk About Structural Determinants as the Causes of Their Homelessness
Marlyn Bennett . A Review of the Literature on the Benefits and Drawbacks of Participatory Action Research
Margaret Kovach. Conversational Method in Indigenous Research
Cindy Blackstock. The Occasional Evil of Angels: Learning From the Experiences of Aboriginal Peoples and Social Work
Nicole Muir, Yvonne Bohr. Contemporary Practice of Traditional Aboriginal Child Rearing: A Review
Elizabeth Fast, Delphine Collin-Vézina. Historical Trauma, Race-Based Trauma, and Resilience of Indigenous Peoples: A Literature Review
Ashley Hyatt. Healing Through Culture for Incarcerated Aboriginal People
Ashley Quinn. Reflections on Intergenerational Trauma: Healing as a Critical Intervention
Amrita Roy.  Intergenerational Trauma and Aboriginal Women: Implications for Mental Health During Pregnancy
Anupriya Sethi. Domestic Sex Trafficking of Aboriginal Girls in Canada: Issues and Implications
Santé
International Journal of Circumpolar Health
77 (1), 2018

Gauthier Barbara et al. Persistence of human papillomavirus 16, 18 and 52 variants in Inuit women from Northern Quebec, Canada

78 (1), 2019
Vincent Paquin et al. Twenty “must-read” research articles for primary care providers in Nunavik: scoping study and development of an information tool

Nicole Redvers et al. Improving access to Indigenous medicine for patients in hospital-based settings: a challenge for health systems in northern Canada

BMC Public Health
18, 2018

Anne Lowell et al. The ‘invisible homeless’ – challenges faced by families bringing up their children in a remote Australian Aboriginal community
Laurie-Ann Lines  et al. Connection to the land as a youth-identified social determinant of Indigenous Peoples’ health


BMC Medicine
17, 2019


Dieynaba S. N’Diaye et al. The potential impact and cost-effectiveness of tobacco reduction strategies for tuberculosis prevention in Canadian Inuit communities


Plos One
(February), 2019


Lesya Marushka et al. Potential impacts of climate-related decline of seafood harvest on nutritional status of coastal First Nations in British Columbia, Canada

Health Promotion International
34 (1), 2019

Jayne Murdoch-Flowers et al. Understanding how Indigenous culturally-based interventions can improve participants’ health in Canada


Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
6 (1), 2019


Lloy Wylie and Stephanie McConkey. Insiders’ Insight: Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples through the Eyes of Health Care Professionals

The Lancet
393 (10173), 2019
Editorial. Closing the gap for Aboriginal health
Tumivut (16), 2019
 
American Journal of Community Psychology 62 (3-4), 2018. Special Issue:Teaching Toward Decoloniality in Community Psychology and Allied Disciplines
 
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
43 (1), 2019

 
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