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Peter Kulchyski

Peter Kulchyski grew up in northern Manitoba and was one of the few non-Aboriginal students to attend a government-run residential high school. He has a PhD from York University and is a senior Canadian scholars in Native Studies. He is the co-editor of In the Words of the Elders: Aboriginal Cultures in Transition and co-author of Tammarniitt [Mistakes]: Inuit Relocation in the Eastern Arctic, which won the Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin Prize of the American Society for Ethnohistory.

Report of an Inquiry into an Injustice

Begade Shutagot'ine and the Sahtu Treaty

Peter Kulchyski (Author)

"A Report of an Inquiry into an Injustice" weaves together stories of law, politics, culture and everyday life to create an incisive and often poetic examination of the lives of the Begade Shutagot’ine. This book bears eloquent witness to the Begade Shutagot’ine people’s assertion that they have never ceded their aboriginal or territorial rights.

Like the Sound of a Drum

Aboriginal Cultural Politics in Denendeh and Nunavut

Peter Kulchyski (Author)

In Like the Sound of a Drum, Peter Kulchyski looks as three northern communities—Fort Simpson and Fort Good Hope in Denendeh and Pangnirtung in Nunavut—and their strategies for maintaining their political and cultural independence.