Howard Adams: Otapawy!

Title: Howard Adams: Otapawy!
Creator: Adams, Howard
Subject: Métis Literature, Howard Adams: Otapawy!
Description: Visceral, passionate and engaging, Howard Adams: Otapawy! will be an immense contribution to our knowledge of modern Métis political consciousness and activism. This revealing book, which includes a fictionalized autobiography with parallel and alternate outcomes, is Howard Adamsʼ last account of his life and important work. In addition, numerous friends, colleagues and scholars provide the reader with candid and touching assessments of what Howard Adams meant to them as a friend, colleague, mentor, activist, political leader, teacher and scholar. Finally, an interactive CD-ROM containing dozens of photographs and documents relating to Howard Adamsʼ life and work is included with this innovative tome. The late Howard Adams was a Métis icon. He will forever be remembered for developing Indigenous colonization theory for a Canadian context and for challenging how Canadian society perceives its relationship with Aboriginal peoples. To date, his books and essays are perhaps the most searing indictment of Canadaʼs failed colonial policy toward its First Peoples. To purchase a copy of this resource please visit: GDIʼs E-commerce Site.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: 2005
Type: Image
Date of Copyright: April 30, 2007
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