Settler-Indigenous Relations

The presentation concerns the relations between the Indigenous peoples of our area and the settler population, from the 19th century to the present. Participants will learn about the origins of contemporary issues, and gain a deeper understanding of where we are headed. The presentation includes, in part, my own research regarding Indigenous peoples and legal entanglements in human rights tribunals and courts. The format is a power point presentation, but with time for questions, chat box entries, and discussion. 

Target Audience

K-12

To Bring/Important Notes

n.a.

Sessions

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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Presenter

  • UBC
    Bruce Miller

    Bruce Miller is a professor of anthropology at UBC and the author of nine books about Indigenous--settler relations, particularly regarding the legal system (courts and tribunals). He is an ethnographer of the Coast Salish world and has worked in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Taiwan, and Papua New Guinea. He is the recipient of the Weaver-Tremblay Prize for Applied Anthropology.