Emotions, Remembering and Feeling Better

Dealing with the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement in Canada

As the largest class action suit in Canadian history, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (2007-2015) had a great impact on the lives of Aboriginal survivors across Canada. In a rare account exploring survivor perspectives, Anne-Marie Reynaud considers the settlement's reconciliatory aspiration in conjunction with the local reality for the Mitchikanibikok Inik First Nations in Quebec. Drawing from anthropological fieldwork, this carefully crafted book weaves survivor experiences of the financial compensations and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission together with current theorizing on emotions, memory, trauma and transitional justice.

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2017-07-25, 336 pages
ISBN: 978-3-8376-3918-6

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Author(s)
Anne-Marie Reynaud
Book title
Emotions, Remembering and Feeling Better Dealing with the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement in Canada
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
336
Features
kart., zahlr. Abb.
ISBN
978-3-8376-3918-6
DOI
Commodity Group
1752
BIC-Code
JHMC JFC
BISAC-Code
SOC002010 SOC022000
THEMA-Code
JHMC JBCC
Release date
2017-07-25
Edition
1
Topics
Kultur, Postkolonialismus, Erinnerungskultur, Amerika
Readership
Anthropology, Peace and Conflict Studies, History, Memory and Trauma Studies, Aboriginal Studies
Keywords/Tags
Indian Residential Schools, Mitchikanibikok, Reconciliation, Memory, Emotions, Canada, Culture, Ethnology, Cultural Anthropology, Cultural Studies

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