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作者 Woolford, Andrew John, 1971-
書名 This benevolent experiment : indigenous boarding schools, genocide, and redress in Canada and the United States / Andrew Woolford
出版項 Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2015
國際標準書號 9780803276727 (hardback : alkaline paper)
9780803284418 (ePub)
9780803284425 (mobi)
9780803284432 (pdf)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  E96 .W66 2015    在架上    30610020528410
說明 xiv, 431 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
系列 Indigenous education
附註 "A nuanced comparative history of Indigenous boarding schools in the U.S. and Canada"-- Provided by publisher
"At the end of the nineteenth century, Indigenous boarding schools were touted as the means for solving the 'Indian problem' in both the United States and Canada. With the goal of permanently transforming Indigenous young people into Europeanized colonial subjects, the schools were ultimately a means for eliminating Indigenous communities as obstacles to land acquisition, resource extraction, and nation-building. Andrew Woolford analyzes the formulation of the 'Indian problem' as a policy concern in the United States and Canada and examines how the 'solution' of Indigenous boarding schools was implemented in Manitoba and New Mexico through complex chains that included multiple government offices with a variety of staffs, Indigenous peoples, and even nonhuman actors such as poverty, disease, and space. The genocidal project inherent in these boarding schools, however, did not unfold in either nation without diversion, resistance, and unintended consequences. Inspired by the signing of the 2006 Residential School Settlement Agreement in Canada, which provided a truth and reconciliation commission and compensation for survivors of residential schools, This Benevolent Experiment offers a multilayered, comparative analysis of Indigenous boarding schools in the United States and Canada. Because of differing historical, political, and structural influences, the two countries have arrived at two very different responses to the harms caused by assimilative education"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-396) and index
Settler Colonial Genocide in North America -- Framing the Indian as a Problem -- Schools, Staff, Parents, Communities, and Students -- Discipline and Desire as Assimilative Techniques -- Knowledge and Violence as Assimilative Techniques -- Local Actors and Assimilation -- Aftermaths and Redress
主題 Indian children -- Education -- History
Off-reservation boarding schools -- Manitoba -- History
Off-reservation boarding schools -- New Mexico -- History
Education -- Political aspects -- United States -- History
Education -- Political aspects -- Canada -- History
Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation -- History
Genocide -- North America -- History
Indians of North America -- Reparations -- History
Reparations for historical injustices -- Canada -- History
Reparations for historical injustices -- United States -- History
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / Native American Studies. bisacsh
HISTORY / United States / General. bisacsh
HISTORY / Canada / Post-Confederation (1867-). bisacsh
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