Forts, Colonial Frontier Logics, and Aboriginal-Canadian Relations

@inproceedings{Donald2012FortsCF,
  title={Forts, Colonial Frontier Logics, and Aboriginal-Canadian Relations},
  author={D. Donald},
  year={2012}
}
The spirit and intent of this chapter is to explore possibilities for decolonizing Aboriginal-Canadian1 relations in educational contexts, with a specific focus on curricular and pedagogical considerations. It is my view that the significance of colonialism, as a social, cultural, and educative force, has not yet been meaningfully contemplated in Canadian educational contexts 
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