Conversations About an Architecture Inspired by Indigenous Ways of Knowing
Vivian Manasc, one of the founders of Manasc Isaac Architects, has pioneered sustainable architecture in Canada. The stories Vivian tells in Old Stories, New Ways are framed by the seven Grandfather Teachings, with each teaching illuminating an aspect of how working with Dene, Cree, Saulteaux, Métis, Inuit and Inuvialuit communities has influenced her design practice.
I Found Myself in the Most Unlikely Place
Barbara G. Barnes, Cora J. Voyageur
A new model of Indigenous identity formation in Canadian postsecondary institutions
17 Roadblocks to Self-Determination, and One Chief’s Thoughts on Solutions
Leroy Wolf Collar
Chief Wolf Collar identifies 17 issues that currently hinder Indigenous Nations—including broken treaty promises, problems with common forms of band administration, and the intrusion of provincial governments—along with potential solutions to overcome them.
A Century of Great Indigenous Albertans
Cora J. Voyageur
In a series of inspirational profiles, Cora Voyageur celebrates 100 remarkable Indigenous Albertans whose achievements have enriched their communities, the province, and the world.
A Guide for Writing By and About Indigenous Peoples
This book offers Indigenous writers and editors—and everyone creating works about Indigenous Peoples—the first published guide to common questions and issues of style and process.
Traditional Stories and Memories from a Teacher of the Tsath Lanas Clan
Take a journey into the heart of Haida culture as it is lived and experienced by an extraordinary woman of the Tsath Lanas Eagle Clan.
The Who, Why, and How of Land Acknowledgements
Insights from Cultural Diversity
Richard Katz, Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu
Drawing upon the diverse cultural experiences of Aboriginal groups in North America and around the world, this groundbreaking collection explores alternatives in the areas of counseling, education, and community health and development.
The Aboriginal Experience in Urban Educational Settings
Angela Ward, Rita Bouvier
The voices of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal participants are heard as they chronicle their survival in mainstream school systems.