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Nouvelles d'ici et d'ailleurs | News from here and abraod | Noticias de aquí y de allá

+ La Cour suprême du Canada déclare les Métis et les Indiens non inscrits comme des "Indiens" au sens de la Constitution. Un article dans Options politiques se penche sur la question.

+ Femmes autochtones du Québec réagit à l'annonce du Canada concernant la reconnaissance de la Déclaration des Nations Unies sur les droits des peuples autochtones.

+ À lire: Statistics Canada Releases Fact Sheets on Aboriginal Peoples in Canada's Provinces, from the publication Aboriginal Peoples Fact Sheets. These fact sheets present a statistical overview of the socioeconomic characteristics of Aboriginal peoples in each of the ten provinces. They include information on living arrangements of children, education, employment, income, housing, health and languages of the Aboriginal population.

+À lire:  Le Protecteur du citoyen publie son Rapport sur les conditions de détention, l’administration de la justice et la prévention de la criminalité au Nunavik. Alors que sa visite dans le Nord-du-Québec avait comme objectif de vérifier si les conditions de détention étaient respectueuses des droits des personnes prévenues, le Protecteur du citoyen a rapidement constaté que les lacunes dans les lieux d’incarcération étaient la conséquence d’une problématique beaucoup plus large, touchant à la fois l’administration de la justice et la prévention de la criminalité


           
Conférences | Colloque | Colloquios

Regina, Saskatchewan, 22-24 June, 2016
Reconciliation through Research : Fostering miýo-pimātisiwin

Saint Petesburg, Russia, 12-16 September, 2016
Uarctic Congress 2016


Banff, Alberta, 22-25 September, 2016
Maladies of the Soul, Emotion, Affect: Indigenous, Canadian, and Québécois Writings in the Crossfire of a New Turn
St. John’s, Newfoundland, October 7-10, 2016
Inuit Traditions = Traditions Inuites
20th Biennial Inuit Studies Conference

Waterloo, Ontario, October 14-16, 2016
Integrating Knowledge Summit


Nashville, Tenessee, 9-12 November 2016
Ethnohistories of Native Space
Amercian Society for Ethnohistory 2016 Conference

Auckland, New Zealand

2016 International Indigenous Research Conference
Appel de propositions | Calls for proposals | Llamadas de propuestas

+ Call for Papers: Ethnohistories of Native Space. The American Society of Ethnohistory invites ethnohistorians to consider comparatively many questions about making and mapping human landscapes, colonizing and dispossessing Indigenous peoples, and losing and recovering native spaces. Extended deadline for submission: June 6, 2016.

+ Call for Papers: AlterNative is now calling for papers for one of its general issues of 2016. Authors wanting to be considered for publication in 2016 should submit their paper via the online submission portal. Deadline : June 15, 2016

+ Call for Submission: Staging Our Histories presents live events that celebrate the convergence of history, memory and performance through the work of diverse artists, and offers a platform for dialogue between performers and the public regarding the ways we understand history beyond the page. Staging Our Histories will select 5 – 10 diverse original performances to be part of our 2016 festival (October 13-16) in Goderich, Ontario.  Deadline for submission: June 27, 2016.


+ Call for Papers: Mikinaakominis / TransCanadas Literature, Justice, Relation. Interdisciplinary Canadian Literatures in English Conference, University of Toronto (CA), May 25-27, 2017. Literary study in English on that part of Mikinaakominis (Turtle Island) that we call Canada has shifted from a colonial project meant to build a settler nation to a project that was supposed to include marginalized others, to, more recently, a project that must reckon with Indigeneity and the politics of land. Deadline for submission: June 30, 2016.

+ Call for creative submissions: Integrating Knwoledges Summit (Un. of Waterloo, October 14-16th), keeping with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action,  is accepting submissions to be presented during the three-day summit.The range of creative submissions could include art installation, spoken word performance, film, art, music and vocals, and media, among other creative work. Deadline for submission: June 30, 2016.

+ Call for Session Proposals. Organizers of the Arctic Science Summit Week 2017 in Prague (Czech Republic) on 31 March – 7 April 2017 are now accepting session proposals for the ASSW 2017 Science Symposium, entitled "A Dynamic Arctic in Global Change". Deadline: June 30, 2016.
Expositions | Exhibits | Exposiciones

Miroir d'un peuple. L'œuvre et l'héritage de Zacharie Vincent, Musée Huron-Wendat, Wendake (20 mai 2016-10 février 2017)

Chasseur, guide, chef de guerre, chef au Conseil et père de famille, le personnage de Tehariolin Zacharie Vincent (1815-1886) demeure une énigme. Les œuvres de ses contemporains canadiens, Antoine Plamondon et François-Xavier Garneau, l'élèvent au rang de légende, celle du « dernier des Hurons ». Insatisfait, Tehariolin réplique avec une arme qu'aucun guerrier n'avait portée ici avant lui : le pinceau!

Mémoire du passé, Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh (12 mai–30 octobre 2016)
Artiste nomade, moderne et traditionnel ne se limitait pas à faire des sculptures sur pierre; il travaillait aussi à partir de bois de caribou et d’orignal, sans oublier son travail artistique sur l’ivoire et sur l’os pour la réalisation de bijoux. Pour la toute première fois, Bruno Robertson s’inscrit dans l’imaginaire collectif de sa nation, en exposant ses œuvres au grand public.
Le rapprochement, Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh (26 mai-30 octobre 2016)

L'exposition de photographies LE RAPPROCHEMENT met exclusivement en valeur des membres des Premières Nations. Elle se dédie à l’amélioration des connaissances entre concitoyens autochtones et allochtones en vue de contribuer à la réduction des préjugés. Cette exposition est l’initiative de Suzanne Bourdon en tant que fruit d’une démarche citoyenne et artistique.

 
Veille documentaire
ZOOM QUÉBEC

Les Anicinabek: du bois à l'asphalte, de l’anthropologue Marie-Pierre Bousquet, "évoque la longue transition des Anicinabek entre nomadisme et sédentarité, le passage de la vie dans le bois sur leurs territoires de chasse au confinement sur des réserves ou des établissements, ainsi que les effets de la colonisation sur leur langue, leur culture, leur mode de vie, leur éducation et leur santé."


INTERNATIONAL           


A Two-Spirit Journey is Ma-Nee Chacaby’s extraordinary account of her life as an Ojibwa-Cree lesbian. From her early, often harrowing memories of life and abuse in a remote Ojibwa community riven by poverty and alcoholism, Chacaby’s story is one of enduring and ultimately overcoming the social, economic, and health legacies of colonialism.


As the first full-length work of scholarship to develop a tribally specific Indigenous Queer or Two-Spirit critique, Asegi Stories examines gender and sexuality in Cherokee cultural memory, how they shape the present, and how they can influence the future.
Politique et identité
                         

+ It's Our Country adress the question of constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians: "Each essay explores what recognition and constitutional reform might achieve—or not achieve—for Indigenous people." You can also find a few articles on the subject in the latest number of the Australian Indigenous Law Review.

+ The book Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism looks at similar question here in Canada, as "[it] celebrates the emancipatory potential of Indigenous traditions, considers their value as the basis for good laws and good lives, and critiques the failure of Canadian constitutional traditions to recognize their significance."

+ Stand Up and Fight: Participatory Indigenismo, Populism, and Mobilization in Mexico, 1970-1984 "In 1975 a watershed moment captivated Mexico as Indigenous peoples from across the country came together on the Island of Janitzio for the First National Congress of Indigenous Peoples [...]  Using previously unavailable documents, María L. O. Muñoz examines the events that led to the congress, the meeting itself, and developments after the assembly."

+ "
In the heart of the Pacific Ocean, Hawai'i exists at a global crosscurrent of indigeneity and race, homeland and diaspora, nation and globalization, sovereignty and imperialism. In order to better
understand how settler colonialism works and thus move decolonization efforts forward, Staking Claim analyzes competing claims of identity, belonging, and political status in Hawai'i".
Mixed Blessings. Indigenous Encounters with Christianity in Canada. While acknowledging the harm of colonialism, including the trauma inflicted by church-run residential schools, this book challenges the portrayal of Indigenous people as passive victims of malevolent missionaries who experienced a uniformly dark history. Instead, it illuminates the diverse and multifaceted ways that Indigenous communities and individuals across Canada have interacted, and continue to interact, meaningfully with Christianity, from the early 1600s to the present.
 
A Culture’s Catalyst. Historical Encounters with Peyote and the Native American Church in Canada revives a historical debate. Revisiting it now encourages us to reconsider how peyote has been understood and how its appearance in the 1950s tested Native-newcomer relations and the Canadian government’s attitudes toward Indigenous religious and cultural practices.
 
Ressources et développement
                                                            

+ A Canadian Climate of Mind. Passages from Fur to Energy and Beyond "presents stories that emerge from the waters, lands, and climate of Canada, and which have the potential to renew a compassionate energy for changing human relations with each other and with our world."

+ " For at least the last two decades, patterns of increased economic activity by indigenous peoples in many countries have been viewed to be significantly on the rise. Indigenous People and Economic Development reveals some of the characteristics of this economic activity, 'coloured' by the unique regard and philosophy of life that indigenous people around the world have. "


+ "American Indians and National Forests tells the untold story of how the U.S. Forest Service and tribal nations dealt with sweeping changes in forest use, ownership, and management over the last century and a half."

Revues et périodiques | Journals | Periodicoas y revistas
Decolonization
5 (1), 2016
Kimberly Robertson. The “law and order” of violence gainst Native Women: A Native feminist analysis of the Tribal Law and Order Act
Jennifer Matsunaga. Two faces of transitional justice: Theorizing the incommensurability of transitional justice and decolonization in Canada
Celeste Pedri-Spade. Waasaabikizo: Our pictures are good medicine
The Extractive Industries and Society
3 (2), 2016
John Sandlos, Arn Keeling. Aboriginal communities, traditional knowledge, and the environmental legacies of extractive development in Canada
Andrea Procter. Uranium and the Boundaries of Indigeneity in Nunatsiavut, Labrador
Annabel Rixen, Sylvie Blangy. Life after Meadowbank: Exploring gold mine closure scenarios with the residents of Qamini’tuaq (Baker Lake), Nunavut



Natural Resources Journal

56 (1), 2016
Jeanette Wolfley. Reclaiming A Presence in Ancestral Lands: The Return of Native Peoples to the National Parks



The Canadian Geographer
60 (1) 2016
Jenna Smith, Derek Smith and Miguel Sioui. Nature, cities, people: An exploration of Aboriginal perspectives
Cahiers des Dix
(69), 2016
Denys Delâge. Chansons du Détroit et les Premières Nations : un essai



Canadian Journal of Political Science
48 (3) 2015

Christopher Alcantara and Adrienne Davidson. Negotiating Aboriginal Self-Government Agreements in Canada: An Analysis of the Inuvialuit Experience


Health Promotion International

31 (1) 2016
Cassandra Racicot-Matta, Markus Wilcke, and Grace M. Egeland. Development of radio dramas for health communication pilot intervention in Canadian Inuit communities.
Australian Indigenous Law Review 18 (2), 2016. THEMATIC COMMENTARY: Australian Indigenous Constitutional Recognition
International Journal of Circumpolar Health vol 75, 2016
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