Since 1970 in Quebec, there has been immense change for the Cree, who now live with the consequences of Quebec's massive development of the North. Home Is the Hunter presents the historical, environmental, and cultural context from which this recent story grows. Hans Carlson shows how the Cree view their lands as their home, their garden, and their memory of themselves as a people. By investigating the Cree's three hundred years of contact with outsiders, he illuminates the process of cultural negotiation at the foundation of ongoing political and environmental debates. This book offers a way of thinking about indigenous peoples' struggles for rights and environmental justice in Canada and elsewhere.aClimate and Zonal Divisions of Boreal Forest Formation in Eastern Canada.aquot; GeographicalReview 40 (1959): ... Explorations in the Interior of the Labrador Peninsula: The Country of the Montagnais and Nesquapee Indians. London: Longmananbsp;...
|Title||:||Home Is the Hunter|
|Author||:||Hans M. Carlson|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 2009-05-01|