Colonialism And Racism In Canada: Historical Traces And Contemporary Issues by Maria A. WallisColonialism And Racism In Canada: Historical Traces And Contemporary Issues by Maria A. Wallis

Colonialism And Racism In Canada: Historical Traces And Contemporary Issues

byMaria A. Wallis, Lina Sunseri, Grace-Edward Galabuzi

Paperback | February 12, 2009

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Colonialism and Racism in Canada situates current, important readings within a practical pedagogical apparatus and structure. Each chapter follows the same pedagogical structure: a brief Introduction, a list of Learning Objectives, A Scholarly Article/Reading, Critical Questions, Key Concepts, Terms, a brief Bibliography, and suggested Websites for further investigation. This is the first book in the market to situate the study of Race and Racism within a context of Colonialism: a system of social, legal, and cultural structures that can impact and, in some cases, impede the progress of racial minorities in this country.
Maria Wallis is a professor of sociology and social sciences at York Univerisity. Her areas of research include: Race, Gender, Pedagogy; and Race & Immigration Policy Issues. She is a past Vice President of the National Organization of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women of Canada; and past Executive Director of the Urban Alliance on ...
Title:Colonialism And Racism In Canada: Historical Traces And Contemporary IssuesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 9.25 × 7.38 × 0.6 inPublished:February 12, 2009Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

IntroductionPart One: Historical AnalysisChapter 1: Eva Mackey - Settling Differences: Managing and Representing People and Land in the Canadian National ProjectChapter 2: Bonita Lawrence - Rewriting Histories of the LandChapter 3: Sylvia Hamilton - Our Mothers Grand and Great: Black Women of Nova ScotiaPart Two: The Canadian StateChapter 4: Himani Bannerji - On the Dark Side of the Nation: Politics of Multiculturalism and the State of "Canada"Chapter 5: Patricia A. Monture-Angus - Theoretical Foundations and the Challenge of Aboriginal RightsChapter 6: Frances Henry et. al.- State Responses to Racism in CanadaChapter 7: Sujit Choudhry - Protecting Equality in the Face of Terror: Ethnic and Racial Profiling and s. 15 of the Charter 17Part Three: Everyday and Cultural RacismChapter 8: Gamal Abdel-Shehid - Running Clean: Ben Johnson and the Unmaking of CanadaChapter 9: Janice Acoose - Literature, Image, and Societal ValuesChapter 10: Glenn Deer - The New Yellow Peril: The Rhetorical Construction of Asian Canadian Identity and Cultural Anxiety in RichmondChapter 11: Angela Aujla - Others in their Own Land: Second Generation South Asian Canadian Women, Racism, and the Persistence of Colonial DiscoursePart Four: Contemporary IssuesChapter 12: Yasmeen Abu-Laban and Tim Nieguth - Reconsidering the Constitution, Minorities and Politics in CanadaChapter 13: Grace-Edward Galabuzi - Social ExclusionChapter 14: Nandita Sharma - On Being Not Canadian: The Social Organization of "Migrant Workers" in CanadaChapter 15:: Sedef Arat-Koc - Whose Transnationalism? Canada, "Clash of Civilizations" Discourse, and Arab and Muslim CanadiansPart Five: Responses and ResistancesChapter 16: Agnes Calliste - Nurses and Porters: Racism, Sexism and Resistance in Segmented Labour MarketsChapter 17: Lina Sunseri - Indigenous Voice Matters: Claiming our Space through Decolonising ResearchChapter 18: Taiaiake Alfred - Rebellion of the TruthConclusionAppendix AAppendix B