Braiding Histories: Learning from Aboriginal Peoples' Experiences and Perspectives

Braiding Histories: Learning from Aboriginal Peoples' Experiences and Perspectives

By: Susan D. Dion (author)Paperback

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Description

This book will be useful to teachers and students of educational and Aboriginal studies and will appeal to readers seeking a better understanding of colonialism and Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal relations.

About Author

Susan D. Dion is a professor in the Faculty of Education at York University.

Contents

Acknowledgments 1 Historical Amnesia and the Discourse of the Romantic, Mythical Other 2 Listen Again and I'll (Re)tell You a Story 3 Listening - But What Is Being Heard? 4 The Braiding Histories Project 5 "Her Solitary Place": Teaching and Learning from Shanawdithit's Story 6 "We Wanted to Hear Your Stories": Teaching and Learning from Audrey's Story 7 Disrupting Moulded Images Appendix A: The Braiding Histories Stories as Distributed for Classroom Use Appendix B: Initial Teacher Interview Questions Appendix C: Planning-Session Agendas and Discussion Questions Notes References Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780774815185
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 264
  • ID: 9780774815185
  • weight: 360
  • ISBN10: 0774815183

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