By Anne-Christine Hornborg
This ebook seeks to discover old adjustments within the lifeworld of the Mi'kmaq Indians of japanese Canada. The Mi'kmaq tradition hero Kluskap serves as a key character in discussing concerns reminiscent of traditions, altering conceptions of land, and human-environmental kinfolk. so as to not depict Mi'kmaq tradition as undying, vital sessions in its historical past are tested. in the first interval, among 1850 and 1930, Hornborg explores historic facts of the ontology, epistemology, and ethics - together labelled animism - that stem from a premodern Mi'kmaq looking subsistence. New methods of discussing animism and shamanism are right here richly exemplified. the second one research situates the tradition hero within the glossy international of the Nineteen Nineties, while allusions to Mi'kmaq culture and to Kluskap performed an incredible position within the fight opposed to a deliberate superquarry on Cape Breton. This learn discusses the eco-cosmology that has been formulated via sleek reserve population that may be labelled a 'sacred ecology'.
Focusing on how the Mi'kmaq are rebuilding their traditions and environmental kinfolk in interplay with smooth society, Hornborg illustrates how environmental teams, pan-Indianism, and schooling play a huge function, yet so does reserve existence. by means of anchoring their engagement in reserve existence the Mi'kmaq traditionalists have, to a wide quantity, been in a position to confront either exterior and inner doubts approximately their authenticity.
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This e-book seeks to discover old adjustments within the lifeworld of the Mi'kmaq Indians of japanese Canada. The Mi'kmaq tradition hero Kluskap serves as a key personality in discussing matters equivalent to traditions, altering conceptions of land, and human-environmental family members. so as to not depict Mi'kmaq tradition as undying, vital classes in its background are tested.
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Mi'kmaq Landscapes: From Animism to Sacred Ecology (Vitality of Indigenous Religions) by Anne-Christine Hornborg