IDEA 1100 S50 - Assignments and presentations/readings for next

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IDEA 1100 S50 - Assignments and presentations/readings for next weekArthur Manuel (Secwepemc) and Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson (Syilx). Selected Excerpts.TheReconciliation Manifesto: Recovering the Land, Rebuilding the Economy(Toronto: James Lorimer &Company Ltd., 2017).Nancywill be distilling and dialoguing with this and excerpts from The Truthand Reconciliation Commission.·The Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Selected Excerpts.Honouring the Truth, Reconcilingfor the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada,2015.Nancywill be distilling and dialoguing with this reading and the excerpts from theReconciliation Manifesto·Lisa Monchalin. “Introduction to an Indigenous Perspective: Ideology and Teachings.”TheColonial Problem: An Indigenous Perspective on Crime and Injustice in Canada, University ofToronto Press, 2016, 23-38.Puneetwill be distilling and dialoguing with this reading.·Daniel Heath Justice. Selected Excerpt.Why Indigenous Literatures Matter, Wilfred LaurierPress, 2018, 27-29.Puneetwill be distilling and dialoguing with this reading.·Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions.Vintage Canada, 2018, p 25-48.Harjapleenwill be distilling and dialoguing with this reading andLinker.·Maureen Linker. “Introduction: Putting Up Walls,” Excerpts and “Finding Common Groundthrough Intellectual Empathy.”Intellectual Empathy: Critical Thinking for Social Justice, University ofMichigan Press, 2015, pp. 41, 67-70, 72, 78, 96-102, 120-121, 134, 153-171.Harjapleenwill bedistilling and dialoguing with this reading and Adichie.·Fabiola Bahiyya Nabil Naguib, “Justice is Not a Marketplace,” “The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing,”“Ancestral River,” “Christmas Eve,” “Roots of Racism,” “Poem for Crow,” “Notes on CreativeProcess,” inUninhabiting the Violence of Silencing: activations of creativity, ethics, andresistance(Coast Salish Territories: Creativity Commons, 2007): 22, 31, 55-56, 71-72, 74-75, 96,114.Harjotwill be distilling and dialoguing with this reading.Assignments Due(with flexibility as per syllabus for handing all February assignments onthe last class in February)
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