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Belonging to Lake Nipissing: Knowledge, Governance, and Human-Fish Relations

@inproceedings{Latulippe2017BelongingTL,
  title={Belonging to Lake Nipissing: Knowledge, Governance, and Human-Fish Relations},
  author={N. Latulippe},
  year={2017}
}
Fishing constitutes an essential relation through which Nipissing peoples belong to Lake Nipissing. Belonging in and through human-fish relations is an affective, embodied, and dynamic relation. It is a reciprocal relation that expresses an Anishinaabe cosmology and rich knowledge and governance traditions. The diverse ways that Nipissing peoples belong to the lake are not represented in provincial fisheries policy and dominant epistemic frameworks; on the contrary, current provisions for… Expand

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