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John Lutz

John Lutz is a teacher in the Department of History as well as the Director of the Office for Community Based Research at the University of Victoria. He has developed community-based research projects, particularly through the Coasts Under Stress project where he worked in the First Nations communities of Hartley Bay and Alert Bay and through the Ethnohistory Field School Course he co-teaches every other year with the Sto:lo First Nation. He has also developed an interest in history and the new media and serves as co-director of the Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History and director or partner in several history-oriented website projects.His areas of interest include the history of the Pacific Northwest, history of Aboriginal--Non-Aboriginal relations, and European colonialism in the Pacific.


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Situating "Race" and Racisms in Space, Time, and Theory

Critical Essays for Activists and Scholars | Essais critiques pour activistes et universitaires

N° catalogue: BKS.L5133.2005
Année: 2005
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Vues: 2657
Étiquettes: Race  
Date de publication: vendredi 29 July 2016