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Record #202018:

Inscription, innocence, and invisibility: early contributions to the discursive formation of the North in Samuel Hearne's A journey to the Northern Ocean / Richard Milligan, Tyler McCreary.

Title: Inscription, innocence, and invisibility: early contributions to the discursive formation of the North in Samuel Hearne's A journey to the Northern Ocean / Richard Milligan, Tyler McCreary.
Author(s): Milligan, Richard.
McCreary, Tyler.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: Vancouver: University of British Columbia
In: Rethinking the Great White North : race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada. (2011.),
Abstract: Discusses racial motivations behind text of Samuel Hearne's narration of his journey in 1771 from Prince of Wales Fort to Coppermine River. Argues that A journey to the Northern Ocean presents example of Europeans (or first-generation settlers) venturing out of colonies and into frontier, establishing corporeal and intellectual authority and doing so in way that insisted upon their own innocence.
Notes:

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

Keywords: 1 -- Philosophy.
39 -- Ethnography.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1769-72 Hearne.
91(091) -- Exploration, history.
92 -- Biographies: Hearne, Samuel.
93"17" -- Eighteenth century.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 202018

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