Reconciliation and Resentment
Chapter four critically explores the convergence of Indigenous recognition politics with the more recent transitional justice discourse of “reconciliation” that began to gain considerable attention in Canada following the publication of the Report of Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) in 1996.
Keywords: Political theory, Indigenous politics, Settler-colonialism, Decolonization, Recognition politics, Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples, Canada, Reconciliation, Theories of colonialism, Theories of decolonization
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