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In-text: (Anker, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Anker, K., 2017. Reconciliation in Translation: Indigenous Legal Traditions and Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, 33(2), pp.15-53.
In-text: (Barnes, Josefowitz and Cole, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Barnes, R., Josefowitz, N. and Cole, E., 2006. Residential Schools: Impact on Aboriginal Students’Academic and Cognitive Development. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 21(1-2), pp.18-32.
In-text: (Barta, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Barta, T., 2015. Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North America. Settler Colonial Studies, 6(2), pp.180-183.
In-text: (Bilsky and Klagsbrun, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Bilsky, L. and Klagsbrun, R., 2019. The Return of Cultural Genocide?. SSRN Electronic Journal,.
In-text: (Brady, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Brady, M., 2013. Media Practices and Painful Pasts: The Public Testimonial in Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Media International Australia, 149(1), pp.128-138.
In-text: (Castellano, Archibald and DeGagné, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Castellano, M., Archibald, L. and DeGagné, M., 2011. From Truth To Reconciliation. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
In-text: (Coulthard, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Coulthard, G., 2014. Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting The Colonial Political Of Recognition. University of Minnesota Press.
In-text: (Culhane and Robertson, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Culhane, D. and Robertson, L., 2005. In Plain Sight: Reflections On Life In Downtown Eastside Vancouver. Vancouver: Talonbooks.
In-text: (Davidson, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Davidson, L., 2012. Cultural Genocide. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.
In-text: (Davis and Zannis, 1973)
Your Bibliography: Davis, R. and Zannis, M., 1973. The Genocide Machine In Canada. Montréal: Black Rose Books.
In-text: (de Leeuw, 2009)
Your Bibliography: de Leeuw, S., 2009. ‘If anything is to be done with the Indian, we must catch him very young’: colonial constructions of Aboriginal children and the geographies of Indian residential schooling in British Columbia, Canada. Children's Geographies, 7(2), pp.123-140.
In-text: (Eisenberg, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Eisenberg, A., 2018. The challenges of structural injustice to reconciliation: truth and reconciliation in Canada. Ethics & Global Politics, 11(1), pp.22-30.
In-text: (Feit, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Feit, H., 2018. Afterword: Dispossession with Possession, Governance with Colonialism: Algonquian Hunting Territories and Anthropology as Engaged Practice. Anthropologica, 60(1), pp.149-160.
In-text: (Feltes, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Feltes, E., 2015. Research as guesthood: The Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Laurier and resolving indigenous-settler relations in British Columbia. Anthropologica, 57(2), pp.469-480.
In-text: (Fox, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Fox, L., 2001. Kipaitapiiwahsinnooni. Edmonton: Duval House Pub.=Éditions Duval.
In-text: (Fullenwieder, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Fullenwieder, L., 2017. Settler biopower: accumulation and dispossession in Canada’s Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement. Settler Colonial Studies, 8(4), pp.422-441.
In-text: (Harvey, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Harvey, G., 2003. GUESTHOOD AS ETHICAL DECOLONISING RESEARCH METHOD. Numen, 50(2), pp.125-146.
In-text: (Huseman and Short, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Huseman, J. and Short, D., 2012. ‘A slow industrial genocide’: tar sands and the indigenous peoples of northern Alberta. The International Journal of Human Rights, 16(1), pp.216-237.
In-text: (Hutchings, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Hutchings, K., 2016. Cultural Genocide and the First Nations of Upper Canada: Some Romantic-era Roots of Canada’s Residential School System. European Romantic Review, 27(3), pp.301-308.
In-text: (MacDonald and Steenbeek, 2015)
Your Bibliography: MacDonald, C. and Steenbeek, A., 2015. The Impact of Colonization and Western Assimilation on Health and Wellbeing of Canadian Aboriginal People. International Journal of Regional and Local History, 10(1), pp.32-46.
In-text: (MacDonald and Hudson, 2012)
Your Bibliography: MacDonald, D. and Hudson, G., 2012. The Genocide Question and Indian Residential Schools in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 45(2), pp.427-449.
In-text: (Madden, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Madden, B., 2019. A de/colonizing theory of truth and reconciliation education. Curriculum Inquiry, 49(3), pp.284-312.
In-text: (Mahoney, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Mahoney, K., 2019. Indigenous Legal Principles: A Reparation Path for Canada’s Cultural Genocide. American Review of Canadian Studies, 49(2), pp.207-230.
In-text: (Maynard, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Maynard, J., 2014. Land, children and politics: Native Americans and Australian Aborigines 1900–1930. Journal of Australian Studies, 38(4), pp.415-429.
In-text: (Mays, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Mays, E., 2020. Re-examining Australia’s hidden genocide: the removal of Aboriginal children in Australia as an act of cultural genocide. NEW: Emerging scholars in Australian Indigenous Studies, 5(1).
In-text: (McGregor, 2018)
Your Bibliography: McGregor, D., 2018. Reconciliation and environmental justice. Journal of Global Ethics, 14(2), pp.222-231.
In-text: (Nassaney, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Nassaney, M., 2012. Decolonizing Archaeological Theory at Fort St. Joseph, An Eighteenth-Century Multi-Ethnic Community in the Western Great Lakes Region. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, 37(1), pp.5-23.
In-text: (Nersessian, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Nersessian, D., 2018. The Current Status of Cultural Genocide Under International Law. SSRN Electronic Journal,.
In-text: (Niezen, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Niezen, R., 2016. Templates and Exclusions: Victim Centrism in Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools. SSRN Electronic Journal,.
In-text: (Niezen, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Niezen, R., 2017. Truth And Indignation. 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
In-text: (Noble, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Noble, B., 2015. Tripped up by Coloniality: Anthropologists as Instruments or Agents in Indigenous–Settler Political Relations?. Anthropologica, 57(2), pp.427-443.
In-text: (Phelps, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Phelps, T., 2014. Truth and Indignation: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Indian Residential Schools by Ronald Niezen. Human Rights Quarterly, 36(3), pp.665-666.
In-text: (Reynaud, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Reynaud, A., 2014. Dealing with Difficult Emotions: Anger at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Anthropologica, 56(2), pp.369-382.
In-text: (Sapignoli, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Sapignoli, M., 2014. Mobility, Land Use, and Leadership in Small-Scale and Middle-Range Societies. Reviews in Anthropology, 43(1), pp.35-78.
In-text: (Schwartz, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Schwartz, R., 2016. REALIZING INDIGENOUS RIGHTS IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE. Centre for International Governance Innovation, (109), pp.3-7.
In-text: (Shewell, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Shewell, H., 2004. "Enough To Keep Them Alive". 1st ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
In-text: (Smith, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Smith, A., n.d. Not-Seeing: State Surveillance, Settler Colonialism, and Gender Violence. Feminist Surveillance Studies, pp.21-38.
In-text: (Smith, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Smith, D., 2001. The "Policy of Aggressive Civilization" and Projects of Governance in Roman Catholic Industrial Schools for Native Peoples in Canada, 1870-95. Anthropologica, 43(2), p.253.
In-text: (Smith, Varcoe and Edwards, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Smith, D., Varcoe, C. and Edwards, N., 2005. Turning around the intergenerational impact of residential schools on Aboriginal people: implications for health policy and practice. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 37(4), pp.38-60.
In-text: (Stutz, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Stutz, A., 2012. Culture and Politics, Behavior and Biology: Seeking Synthesis among Fragmentary Anthropological Perspectives on Hunter-Gatherers. Reviews in Anthropology, 41(1), pp.23-69.
In-text: (Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 1951)
Your Bibliography: The American Journal of International Law, 1951. Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. 45(1), p.7.
In-text: (TRC, 2015)
Your Bibliography: TRC, 2015. Honouring The Truth, Reconciling For The Future.
In-text: (Warry, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Warry, W., 2009. Ending Denial. Toronto, Ont: University of Toronto Press.
In-text: (Wildcat, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Wildcat, M., 2015. Fearing social and cultural death: genocide and elimination in settler colonial Canada—an Indigenous perspective. Journal of Genocide Research, 17(4), pp.391-409.
In-text: (Wolfe, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Wolfe, P., 2006. Settler colonialism and the elimination of the native. Journal of Genocide Research, 8(4), pp.387-409.
In-text: (Woolford and Benvenuto, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Woolford, A. and Benvenuto, J., 2015. Canada and colonial genocide. Journal of Genocide Research, 17(4), pp.373-390.
In-text: (Woolford, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Woolford, A., 2013. Nodal repair and networks of destruction: residential schools, colonial genocide, and redress in Canada. Settler Colonial Studies, 3(1), pp.65-81.
In-text: (Woons, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Woons, M., 2015. Reconciling Canada: Critical Perspectives on the Culture of Redress. Settler Colonial Studies, 5(4), pp.400-406.
In-text: (Wyatt, Kessels and van Laerhoven, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Wyatt, S., Kessels, M. and van Laerhoven, F., 2015. Indigenous Peoples' Expectations for Forestry in New Brunswick: Are Rights Enough?. Society & Natural Resources, 28(6), pp.625-640.
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