Vol 29, No 2 (2005)

Indigenous Women: The State of Our Nations

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction to "Indigenous Women: The State of Our Nations"
Bonita Lawrence, Kim Anderson
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1-8

Articles

inside us
Laura Schwager
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9-12
Alannah Earl Young, Denise Nadeau
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13-22
Tamara Kulusic
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23-28
Mukwa (Bear) and Her Sisters Still Walking
Rebeka Tabobondung
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29-30
Val Napoleon
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31-46
Natasha Powers
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47-54
War Curio
Molly McGlennen
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55
Sassafras
Caitlin Kight
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56
Kahente Horn-Miller
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57-68
Janice Forsyth
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69-78
I'm going home
Jennifer Fox Bennett
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79-80
Joseph Thomas Flies Away, Carrie Garrow, Miriam Jorgensen
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81-92
Premonition
Jennifer Foerster
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93-95
"Catching the Tide"
Jeane Breinig
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96-96
Jeane Breinig
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97-102
Deborah McGregor
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103-109
modernity
grace red earring
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110
Emerance Baker
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111-121
I Will Sing (For my people)
Caitlin Kight
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122
When
Pamela Dudoward
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123-124
Shandra Spears
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125-137
Medicine
Jody Barnes
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138
Wonder Learns Women's Ways
Fyre Jean Graveline
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139-144

Community Voices

Living Inside Layers of Colonial Division: A Part of the Algonquin Story
Heather Majaury
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"Oh Canada! Your Home is Native Land": The Algonquin Land Claim Process
Lynn Gehl
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Book/Video Reviews

Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat. Paula Gunn Allen.
Nancy Cooper
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145-147
Four Souls. Louise Erdrich.
Shirley Brozzo
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148-150
Skins: Contemporary Indigenous Writing. Kateri Akiwenzie-Dammand & Josie Douglas, eds. 
Audrey Redman
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151-152
Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer: A Story of Survival. Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
Shirley Brozzo
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152
Indigenizing the Academy: Transforming Scholarship and Empowering Communities. Mihesuah and Wilson eds. 
Shandra Spears
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153

Contributors

Contributors to 29.2
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154-156