Archive for the ‘Rob Hancock’ Category

FKP course 4: Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology and Resource Development. Lecture 4/4:2, Dr. Rob Hancock. Recorded Solstice Cafe in Victoria, B.C., April 18, 2011

FKP course 4: Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology and Resource Development. Lecture 4/4:1, Dr. Rob Hancock. Recorded Solstice Cafe in Victoria, B.C., April 18, 2011

Class 3 (April 11, 2011) – CBC Archival footage related to the James Bay hydro-electric project:

James Bay Project and the Cree

Next Class, Lecture 4 (April 18, 2011)- CBC archival footage related to the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline proposal:

Berger Pipeline Inquiry

FKP course 4: Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology and Resource Development. Lecture 3/4, Dr. Rob Hancock. Recorded Solstice Cafe in Victoria, B.C., April 11, 2011.

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FKP course 4: Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology and Resource Development. Lecture 2/4, Dr. Rob Hancock. Recorded Solstice Cafe in Victoria, B.C., April 4, 2011.

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FKP Course 4: Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology, and Resource Development, Lecture 1/4, Dr. Rob Hancock. Recorded at Solstice Cafe in Victoria, B.C., March 28, 2011.

Introduction and Background: Aboriginal Rights, Land, and Resources, 1763-1973

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Rob Hancock is offering a four week course entitled “Aboriginal Rights, Anthropology, and Development in the North.” He is focusing on the emergence of Aboriginal rights law in the context of Indigenous resistances to resource development in their homelands, and examine the role played by anthropologists in this process. The class begins on Monday, March 21 at Solstice Cafe (715pm).

March 28, 715-915 Introduction and Background: Aboriginal Rights, Land, and Resources, 1763-1973

April 4, 715-915 Aboriginal Rights and Hydroelectric Development in Quebec in the 1970s

April 11, 715-915 Aboriginal Rights and Gas Pipelines in the Northwest Territories in the 1970s

April 18, 715-915 Aboriginal Rights and Resource Development in BC, 1991-2011

The classes are open and free.