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Record #201787:

Rethinking the Great White North: race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada / Andrew Baldwin, Laura Cameron, Audrey Kobayashi, eds.

Title: Rethinking the Great White North: race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada / Andrew Baldwin, Laura Cameron, Audrey Kobayashi, eds.
Author(s): Baldwin, Andrew,
Cameron, Laura,
Kobayashi, Audrey,
Baldwin, Andrew.
Bocking, Stephen.
Milligan, Richard.
Cameron, Emilie.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: Vancouver: University of British Columbia
Abstract: Comprises 11 essays exploring influence of historical images and impression of "northern wilderness" on Canadian national identity and social policy. Traces how notions of race, whiteness and nature helped construct "white" country in travel writing, treaty making, scientific research and park planning, and in towns, cities and tourist centres.
Keywords: 1 -- Philosophy.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
316 -- Sociology.
32 -- Politics.
325 -- Colonisation.
325.3 -- Native policy.
93 -- History.
V -- History.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*41) : 93[2011]
ISBN: 9780774820141
SPRI record no.: 201787

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700 12 ‡aBaldwin, Andrew.‡tIntroduction : the Great White North? Spatialising history, historicizing whiteness.
700 12 ‡aBocking, Stephen.‡tIndigenous knowledge and the history of science, race, and colonial authority in northern Canada.
700 12 ‡aMilligan, Richard.‡tInscription, innocence, and invisibility : early contributions to the discursive formation of the North in Samuel Hearne's A journey to the Northern Ocean.
700 12 ‡aCameron, Emilie.‡tCopper stories : imaginative geographies and material orderings of the central Canadian Arctic.
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