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Graduate Program in Communication & Culture

Faculty Profiles

David Newhouse

 

University   Other-Adjunct
E-Mail Address   dnewhouse@trentu.ca
Phone Number   (705)748-1011 ext.7497
Office Location   Trent University
Office Hours   TBA

Education

BSc(UWO), MBA (UWO)

Biography

Research interests are focussed on the way in which Aboriginal traditional thought and western thought are coming together and creating modern Aboriginal societies.

Research Interests

Aboriginal modernity, indigenous knowledge, Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal Relationships.

Selected Publications

Beyond the ‘Indian Problem’: Aboriginal Peoples and The Transformation of Canada (with Yale Belanger) in Oxford Dictionary of Canadian Politics (edited by David Smith), Oxford University Press, submitted 2008

Reconciling Solitudes: A Critical Analysis of the Self- Government Ideal in Aboriginal Self Government in Canada, Current Trends and Issues (edited by Yale Belanger), Purich Press, 2008 pp1-19
Development in the Shadow of the Borg in “Community Economic Development: Building for Social Change” (Edited by Eric Shragge and Mike Toye), University College Cape Breton Press, 2006
Aboriginal Identities and the New Indian Problem, in Crosscurrents: Twentieth Century Canadian Nationalisms, Norman Hillmer, McGill-Queen’s Press, 2005. pp 287-299
Imagining New Worlds: The Aboriginal Imagination, in Boundaries and Borders (edited by Rick Riewe), University of Manitoba Press, 2004.
Starbuck Indians in Urban Aboriginal Experiences in Canada (edited by Craig Proulx and Heather Howard-Bobiwash), Purich Press, submitted and accepted for publication 2007
From Woundedness to Resilience: Urban Aboriginal Health, a special edition of the Journal of Aboriginal Health, Volume 3, #1, 2006.
Hidden in Plain Sight: Aboriginal Contributions to Canada, Vol. I (with Dan Beavon and Cora Voyageur), University of Toronto Press, 2005.
Not Strangers in these Parts: Urban Aboriginal Peoples (with Evelyn Peters), Privy Council Office, Government of Canada, 2003.
Current research projects/journals:
Current exploration examines indigenous ideas about the future and the manner in which these are given political and social expression.

 

 

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Harold [Innis] taught us how to use the bias of culture and communication as an instrument of research. By directing attention to the bias, or distorting power of the dominant imagery and technology of any culture, he showed us how to understand cultures.
~ Marshall McLuhan