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+ Nos membres sont actifs!  Plusieurs membres du réseau DIALOG participeront au 4e Colloque sur la persévérance et la réussite scolaires chez les Premiers Peuples, qui se déroulera au palais des congrès de Montréal du 16 au 18 octobre 2019.

  • Carole Lévesque (INRS) présentera d'abord l'Alliance Kapakan dans deux table-rondes avec Nicole O'Bomsawin (Kiuna) et Margot Mowatt (UQAT).
  • Christiane Blaser (U. Sherbrooke) donnera avec Julie Mowatt l'atelier Coins littérature, salons du livre, formations sur mesure : bilan d’une recherche-action menée dans une école primaire autochtone.
  • Natasha Blanchet-Cohen (U.Concordia) animera l'atelier Moving forward with innovative Indigenous methodologies for education in Quebec, de même que l'atelier Portraits et approches pour soutenir les transitions scolaires auprès des jeunes Autochtones en milieu urbain: résultats d’une étude collaborative, avec Audrey Pinsonneault et Flavie Robert-Careau.
+ Hugo Asselin (UQAT) s'est vu remettre le Prix d’excellence en recherche et création, volet Leadership, le 28 août dernier: "Le leadership du professeur titulaire Hugo Asselin dans le domaine de la recherche autochtone combiné à son approche collaborative respectueuse des communautés lui ont permis de fonder l’École d’études autochtones de l’UQAT en 2016. Premier directeur de cette école, il a réussi, en seulement deux ans, à ce qu’elle soit reconnue au Québec, au Canada et à l’étranger pour son rôle moteur dans l’innovation en recherche autochtone."
Nouvelles d'ici et d'ailleurs | News from here and abraod | Noticias de aquí y de allá

+ À écouterDe jeunes Abénaquis sur la route des paniers de frêne aux États-Unis: un nouveau projet de recherche en partenariat avec l'lINRS-ETE et le Bureau du Ndakina du Grand Conseil de la Nation Waban-Aki.

+ Annonce: La firme de design et de production spécialisée dans les expositions de musées GSM est à la recherche d'un ou une commissaire ou muséologue autochtone pour joindre l’équipe de création de contenu pour le projet d’exposition permanente du Musée canadien du canot. Toute les candidatures seront prises en considération, mais GSM encourage plus particulièrement les personnes issues des communautés des Premières Nations, Inuits ou Métis à soumettre leur candidature.


+ À lire: Permettre aux enfants des Premières Nations de s'épanouir, un rapport de l'Institut des finances publiques et de la démocratie de l'Université d'Ottawa: " En janvier 2016, le Tribunal canadien des droits de la personne (TCDP) statuait que les enfants des Premières Nations faisaient l’objet de discrimination dans le système de protection de l’enfance. Surreprésentés dans un système incitant à leur placement en famille d’accueil, ces enfants—et les organismes chargés de les protéger—bénéficiaient d’un financement insuffisant au regard de leurs besoins. "

+ To read: Indigenous Youth Voices and the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society: A report on the requirements and ethical standards for meaningful research with Indigenous youth. Research conducted by Indigenous Youth Voices and the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society with Indigenous youth across Canada, including Two Spirit and LGBTQ+ Indigenous youth, Métis youth, Inuit youth, Haida youth and urban Indigenous youth.

         
Conférences | Colloque | Colloquios

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

Paris, France, 15-17 octobre 2019
Machines, genre et natures: anthropologie des territoires extractifs


Montréal, 16-18 octobre 2019
Colloque persévérance et la réussite scolaires chez les Premiers peuples

Montréal, 24–27 October, 2019
51st Algonquian Conference

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

Halifax, Nova Scotia, 6-7 November, 2019
4th Annual Indigenous Consultation Atlantic


Montréal, 13-16 November, 2019
Canada: Forces of Inclusion and Exclusion
25th Biennial Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States

Québec, 28 novembre 2019

2e Colloque Rêver mieux ensemble la forêt
 Appel de propositions | Calls for proposals | Llamadas de propuestas

+ Appel de proposition: 2e Colloque de la Chaire de leadership en enseignement en foresterie autochtone: Rêver mieux ensemble la forêt: Quand l’action commune découle du sens commun. Ce colloque cherche à comprendre comment cohabiter sur le territoire forestier. Nous visons ainsi à valoriser des recherches et des expériences mettant en lumière de nouvelles pistes et stratégies de collaboration à travers les thèmes de (1) la gouvernance et l’aménagement durable des forêts, (2) l’entrepreneuriat et les travailleurs forestiers et (3) les relations et dynamiques partenariales en milieu pratique et en recherche. Date de soumission de résumé de présentation ou proposition d'article scientifique (prolongée): 20 septembre 2019.

+ Call for paper: The UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Law is pleased to announce a call for papers for the 7th Volume of the Current Developments in Arctic Law, which will be published in December 2019. Expected contributions are: short academic articles, conference notes, short project reports, field study reports etc. The publication is non-peer reviewed, but considered as scientific. Deadline for submission: 30 November 2019.

+ Call for sessions: The International Arctic Social Sciences Association (IASSA) announces the 10th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS X) to be held on the campus of Northern (Arctic) Federal University, in Arkhangelsk, Russia, 15-19 June 2020. IASSA is now seeking proposals for sessions. Deadline for submission: 10 October 2019.

+ Call for proposals: 45th Annual Conference, British Association for Canadian Studies.
Canada has existed within international orders, whether during pre-colonization, under French and British rule or as a nation-state.  BACS 2020 explores both the challenges posed by successive international orders to Canada, as well as the distinctive contributions that Canada has made in shaping these orders. We especially invite papers that engage with the following themes: lndigeneity and Arctic governance, Immigration and the Post/decolonial, etc. Deadline for proposals : 18 November 2019.  
Expositions | Exhibits | Exposiciones
Ashineun - La vie des Pekuakamiulnuatsn, Musée Amérindien de Mashteuiatsh (27 juin - 30 octobre 2019)

Imprégnez-vous de l’héritage distinctif des Pekuakamiulnuatsh dans cette exposition qui met en valeur des objets de la collection du Musée amérindien ainsi que des photographies d’objets de la collection « Speck » du National Museum of the American Indian. Cette exposition témoigne du respect que les ancêtres vouaient à l’environnement et la relation étroite établie avec tous les êtres vivants qui ont fait en sorte qu’ils ont traversé les siècles en parfaite harmonie.

Taíno: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean, National Museum of American Indian (until November 12, 2019)
Across the Caribbean, there is growing interest in the historical, cultural, and genetic legacies of Native peoples. In increasing numbers, individuals, families, and organizations are affirming their Native ancestry and identifying themselves as Taíno.
Auasatsh utashineunau - La fierté des jeunes, Musée Amérindien de Mashteuiatsh (21 mai au 30 octobre 2019)

Admirez les créations des élèves de Mashteuiatsh réalisées en s’inspirant d’artefacts des Pekuakamiulnuatsh provenant de la collection du National Museum of the American Indian. Vous verrez les pièces de mordillage d’écorce réalisées par les élèves de l’école primaire Amishk et les poupées créées par les élèves de l’école secondaire Kassinu Mamu.

Veille documentaire
ZOOM QUÉBEC
Des ponts interculturels à la rivière Romaine? : développement nordique et territorialités innues. Depuis 2009, la rivière Romaine, sur la Côte-Nord, a été transformée en mégacomplexe hydroélectrique par la société d’État Hydro-Québec. Au point culminant des travaux, plus de 2 000 personnes y ont œuvré : ils ont déboisé et construit une route, des campements, quatre barrages et autant de centrales et de réservoirs, pour un coût estimé à 6,5 milliards de dollars. Cet ambitieux projet se situe en plein cœur du Nitassinan, territoire ancestral des Innus, et de la municipalité régionale de comté de Minganie.

+ Histoire de la littérature inuite du Nunavik: L’intérêt et la pertinence de la littérature inuite se trouvent non pas dans le nombre de ses productions, mais bien dans le fait qu’elle s’est constituée – de l’extérieur pour l’essentiel – en une institution symbolique qui a valeur d’expérience universelle pour l’être humain. Pour les Inuits, cet engagement témoigne à quel point il est aujourd’hui nécessaire de prendre la parole par l’écriture, pour transmettre et faire connaître leur vision des choses.
INTERNATIONAL           

+ In Fictions of Land and Flesh Mark Rifkin explores the impasses that arise in seeking to connect Black and Indigenous movements, turning to speculative fiction to understand those difficulties and envision productive ways of addressing them. As against efforts to subsume varied forms of resistance into a single framework in the name of solidarity, Rifkin argues that Black and Indigenous political struggles are oriented in distinct ways, following their own lines of development and contestation.
 + Standing with Standing Rock. Voices from the #NoDAPL Movemen. Amid the Standing Rock movement to protect the land and the water that millions depend on for life, the Oceti Sakowin (the Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota people) reunited. Through poetry and prose, essays, photography, interviews, and polemical interventions, the contributors reflect on Indigenous history and politics and on the movement’s significance.
Politique

       
+ The Political Arrays of American Indian Literary History. This book challenges conventional views of the past one hundred years of Native American writing, bringing Native American Renaissance and post-Renaissance writers into conversation with their predecessors. Addressing the political positions such writers have adopted, explored, and debated in their work, James H. Cox sets forth a new method of reading Native literature in a vexingly politicized context.

Unbecoming Nationalism
investigates the power of commemorative performances in the production of nationalist narratives. Using “unbecoming” as a theoretical framework to unsettle or decolonize nationalist narratives, Helene Vosters examines an eclectic range of both state-sponsored social memory projects and counter-memorial projects to reveal and unravel the threads connecting reverential military commemoration, celebratory cultural nationalism, and white settler-colonial nationalism.

+ Constitutional Pioneers is an edited volume on the role, function and methods of Language Commissioners worldwide. Composed of contributions from both academics and practitioners, this two-part volume combines theory with practice in its analysis of these new actors designed to protect the rights of linguistic minorities around the world.

Men, Masculinity, and the Indian Act. Canada’s Indian Act is infamously sexist. Through many iterations of the legislation a woman’s status rights flowed from her husband, and even once it was amended to reinstate rights lost through marriage or widowhood, First Nations women could not necessarily pass status on to their descendants. That injustice has rightly been subject to much scrutiny, but what has it meant for First Nations men?

+ Distorted Descent examines a social phenomenon that has taken off in the twenty-first century: otherwise white, French descendant settlers in Canada shifting into a self-defined “Indigenous” identity. This study is not about individuals who have been dispossessed by colonial policies, or the multi-generational efforts to reconnect that occur in response. Rather, it is about white, French-descendant people discovering an Indigenous ancestor born 300 to 375 years ago through genealogy and using that ancestor as the sole basis for an eventual shift into an “Indigenous” identity today.
 

+ In Eatenonha Georges Sioui presents the history of a group of Wendat known as the Seawi Clan and reveals the deepest, most honoured secrets possessed by his people, by all people who are Indigenous, and by those who understand and respect Indigenous ways of thinking and living. Providing a glimpse into the lives, ideology, and work of his family and ancestors, Sioui weaves a tale of the Wendat's sparsely documented historical trajectory and his family's experiences on a reserve.

+ Les Hurons-Wendat. L'héritage du cercle. Georges E. Sioui raconte ici l'histoire millénaire des Wendat, les ancêtres des Hurons-Wendat, et de son riche héritage pour le Canada et le monde moderne, avec la préoccupation qui fut toujours la sienne : retracer l'origine des idées sociales et philosophiques de son peuple

Revues et périodiques | Journals | Periodicoas y revistas
First Peoples Child & Family Review 
14 (1), 2019
Cindy Blackstock.  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
Education

Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education
13 (3), 2019

Sara Weuffen et al. Uncovering Hidden Histories: Evaluating Preservice Teachers’ (PST) Understanding of Local Indigenous Perspectives in History Via Digital Storytelling at Australia’s Sovereign Hill


International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
22 (4), 2019

Anne Guèvremont & Dafna Kohen. Speaking an Aboriginal language and school outcomes for Canadian First Nations children living off reserve

International Review of Education
65 (1), 2019: Indigenous knowledges as vital contributions to sustainability

Miye Nadya Tom et al. Indigenous knowledges as vital contributions to sustainability
Sharon Nelson-Barber, Zanette Johnson. Raising the standard for testing research-based interventions in Indigenous learning communities
Rosalva Mojica Lagunas. Nahuatl in Coatepec: Ideologies, practices and management for linguistic and cultural continuance
Jeff Corntassel, Tiffanie Hardbarger. Educate to perpetuate: Land-based pedagogies and community resurgence
Cheryl Crazy Bull, Emily R. White Hat. Cangleska Wakan: The ecology of the sacred circle and the role of tribal colleges and universities  
Peter J. Mataira. Transforming Indigenous research: Collaborative responses to historical research tensions
Elizabeth Sumida Huaman. Comparative Indigenous education research (CIER): Indigenous epistemologies and comparative education methodologies
Santé

Canadian Journal of Public Health
110 (4), 2019


Michelle Firestone et al. “I feel safe just coming here because there are other Native brothers and sisters”: findings from a community-based evaluation of the Niiwin Wendaanimak Four Winds Wellness Program
Béatrice Decaluwe et al. Drinking motives supporting binge drinking of Inuit adolescents
Diana C Sanchez-Ramirez et al. Injury-related health services use and mortality among Métis people in Alberta
Nihaya Daoud et al. Postpartum depression prevalence and risk factors among Indigenous, non-Indigenous and immigrant women in Canada


BMC Medical Research Methodology
19, 2019


Tania Huria, et al. Consolidated criteria for strengthening reporting of health research involving indigenous peoples: the CONSIDER statement

BMJ Open
9 (7), 2019


Richa Shrivastava et al. Patients’ perspectives on integrated oral healthcare in a northern Quebec Indigenous primary health care organisation: a qualitative study

International Journal for Equity in Health
18, 2019

Alexander Levesque & Amélie Quesnel-Vallée.
Gender variations in the relationship between social capital and mental health outcomes among the Indigenous populations of Canada

The British Journal of Social Work
49 (4), 2019: Indigenous Peoples and the Social Determinants of Health


Kaela Schill et al. Everything Is Related and It All Leads Up to My Mental Well-Being: A Qualitative Study of the Determinants of Mental Wellness Amongst Urban Indigenous Elders
Kristi Ka’apu, Catherine E Burnette. A Culturally Informed Systematic Review of Mental Health Disparities Among Adult Indigenous Men and Women of the USA: What is known?
Varda Soskolne et al. Socio-Economic, Psychosocial, Lifestyle and Community Factors do not Explain Ethnic Inequalities in Obesity in Disadvantaged Israeli Mothers
Lorena P Gallardo-Peralta et al. Strangers in Their Own World: Exploring the Relation Between Cultural Practices and the Health of Older Adults in Native Communities in Chile
Catherine E Burnette et al. The Framework of Historical Oppression, Resilience and Transcendence to Understand Disparities in Depression Amongst Indigenous Peoples
Hye-ryeon Lee et al. Protective Effect of Biculturalism for Health Amongst Minority Youth: The Case of Pacific Islander Migrant Youths in Hawai’i
Samantha Keaulana et al. Waimānalo Pono Research Hui: Establishing Protocols and Rules of Engagement to Promote Community-Driven and Culturally-Grounded Research with a Native Hawaiian Community
Bindi Bennett, Elise Woodman. The Potential of Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy for Treating Trauma in Australian Aboriginal Peoples
Carlina Black et al. Healing through Connection: An Aboriginal Community Designed, Developed and Delivered Cultural Healing Program for Aboriginal Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse
Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing
4 (1), 2019

 
Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease.
10 (S1), 2019 Themed Issue: Canada / Indigenous Populations

 
Alternative
15 (2), 2019

 
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