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Trattare la storia e la politica: il ruolo della Public History nello sviluppo della politica dei trattati in Canada
Titolo Rivista: MEMORIA E RICERCA  
Autori/Curatori: Jean-Pierre Morin 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2011 Fascicolo: 37 Public History. Pratiche nazionali e identità globale Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  14 P. 115-128 Dimensione file:  126 KB
DOI:  10.3280/MER2011-037007
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Since the earliest period of contact between Aboriginal people and Europeans in North America, treaties and agreements have been concluded between them to formalise relations, establish commercial trade and expand settlement lands. For the past 300 years, Aboriginal people and the Canadian government have been struggling to understand each others perspectives and understandings of the meaning, rights and obligations stemming from these agreements. As the Government of Canada works to develop policies to address the claims of Aboriginal people stemming from these treaties, there is a constant need to analyse and assess the countering interpretations of the treaties as well as the different policies and approaches implemented since the creation of Canada in 1867. The role that Public History plays not only helps to prepare the groundwork for these future policies, but also as a way to evaluate the efforts of the past, with the hope of avoiding past failures.
Keywords: Canada; Aboriginal people; Indian Treaties; Canadian Government; Policies; Public History; Relations

Jean-Pierre Morin, in "MEMORIA E RICERCA " 37/2011, pp. 115-128, DOI:10.3280/MER2011-037007

   

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