Author Archives: Ryan Kuhne

Victoria Abraham

Institutionalized Racism? The Representation of Black Canadians in Canada Hall By Victoria Abraham Download the pdf ABSTRACT Institutionalized racism, also known as systemic racism, refers to racist policies and practices that are embedded in societal institutions and systems such as … Continue reading

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Kim Munroe

Understanding Canada’s Immigration Policies through Colonial Theory By Kim Munroe Download the pdf Abstract This paper examines the racist tone in Canadian Immigration policy. Using Immigration Acts from 1910, 1952, 1978 and 2002; this essay addresses the impact of Canada’s … Continue reading

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James Benning

Settlers, Cyborgs, and Indians: An Exploration of  Shifting Identities in First Nations Second World War Veterans By James Benning Download the pdf ABSTRACT When called upon by the Canadian State to defend its interests during the Second World War, First … Continue reading

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Geneviève Richard

Nature and National Identity: Contradictions in a Canadian Myth By Geneviève Richard Download the pdf ABSTRACT Canadians have always identified the natural world as an important part of their national identity. Through an examination of the way nature is painted … Continue reading

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Thomas Ruta

Canada’s “National” Sport: Representations of Lacrosse at the Canadian Museum of Civilization By Thomas Ruta Download the pdf ABSTRACT Canada is a country that at its genesis was comprised of more than two cultures, each of which had its own … Continue reading

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Lashia Jones

A Call to Arms: A multi-sited approach to remembering women’s work in WWII By Lashia Jones Download the pdf ABSTRACT During the Second World War, women flocked from their hometowns to join the workforce in armaments factories and other war … Continue reading

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Elaine Radman

Alex Janvier’s Morning Star: A Metaphor For Canada’s Competing Cultures By Elaine Radman Download the pdf ABSTRACT Alex Janvier’s Morning Star at the Canadian Museum of Civilization is a reflection of the First People’s shared experience of loss, displacement, renewal and … Continue reading

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