Racism and Colonialism in Canada (Book Report Sample)
the assignment was reviewing the TWO readings. The book's name was M.J Cannon & L. Sunseri (Eds.). Racism, colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada:
A reader, (2nd ed.). ON: Oxford University Press AND Lawrence,B. (2010). Rewriting the histories of the land. In M.A. Wallis, L. Sunseri & G.E. Galabuzi (Eds.). Colonialism and racism in Canada: Historical traces and contemporary issues. ON: Nelson Education Ltd. The assignment required A SUMMARY OF THE TWO BOOKS TO BE WRITTEN IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF AUTHORS' ARGUMENTS. THE REVIEW WAS TO CAPTURE THE USEFULNESS, AND APPLICATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE TO REAL LIFE, WAYS OF THINKING AND UNDERSTANDING THE REAL WORLD, AND THE REASONS AS TO WHO STOOD UP FOR THE READING AND WHY.
EACH SUBTOPIC DISCUSSED IN THE WORK EXPLAINED EVERY ISSUE TOUCHED BY EACH AUTHOR IN THEIR WORK AND HOW THEY CAN BE APPLIED. FOR EXAMPLE, HOW THE STORY WAS HELPFUL, WHICH IS DISCUSSED IN PARAGRAPH THREE OF THE WORK.
Whose Story? The Perspective of History Readings
The story in Rewriting the Histories of the Land concentrates more on the history of Canada and the Canadians. The central perspective in the rewriting readings is the uniqueness of the characters of Canadians in terms of how they interacted with the indigenous population in Canada. Additionally, the story of Rewriting the histories of the land is also focused on the colonization of Canada by the British, who entered through two fronts, including the Hudson's Bay and the East Coast region. On the other hand, the story of Heavy to Lift is more concerned about the history of Indians. The story in the National-building and the Deeply rationalized other talks about the Indians who were fearless in talking about their feelings to the colonizers. On the other hand, too heavy to Lift talks about Indians who had less value.[Lawrence, B. (2010). Rewriting the histories of the land. In M.A. Wallis, L. Sunseri & G.E. Galabuzi (Eds.). Colonialism and racism in Canada: Historical traces and contemporary issues. ON: Nelson Education Ltd.]
You should briefly summarize the readings (1-2 paragraphs), draw out the main points of the author’s arguments, and then critically engage with the material.
Rewriting Histories of the land is more of the uniqueness
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