Peter Kulchyski is a leading Canadian Native Studies scholar at the University of Manitoba. He has published numerous books on Aboriginal issues, including Like the Sound of a Drum: Aboriginal Cultural Politics in Denendeh and Nunavut, which won the 2005 Alexander Kennedy Isbister Award for Non-Fiction.
Day 2 of Canada Reads kicked off with a bang: tenuous alliances were challenged and the panelists fiercely defended their own titles. There was a palpable gasp as Thomas King’s The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, championed in this ... Read more
Today marks 66 years since the United Nations General Assembly members adopted and proclaimed the much-vaunted Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which, for a significant portion of the world’s population, made life safer, more peaceful, more comfortable and more ... Read more
First introduced in 1992, the four-day week that follows the Victoria Day holiday is Aboriginal Awareness Week in Canada. The purpose of the Week is to celebrate the cultures and contributions of Aboriginal peoples. We're taking part by shining a spotlight on Peter Kulchyski's ... Read more
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