Adam J. Barker
Adam J. Barker holds a PhD in human geography from the University of Leicester, UK, and an MA in Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria. He is a Settler Canadian originally from the borderlands of Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe territory near Hamilton, Ontario.
Books by Adam J. Barker
Identity and Colonialism in 21st Century Canada
Canadians, despite our reputation for liberalism, multiculturalism and friendliness, remain deeply entangled in the violence of colonialism. The “Indian problem” continues to occupy the attention of political leaders across the nation, and from the comment sections of online news sites to the streets of Edmonton or Thunder Bay, Canadians too often respond with violence, prejudice and fear. In Settler, Barker and order viagra super active Battell Lowman declare that Canada does not have an “Indian… (more information)