No 95

Anthropology and History in the Courts, Autumn 1992

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Introduction
 
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3-6

Articles

Time of Trial: The Gitksan and Wet'suwet'en in Court
Dora Wilson-Kenni
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7-11
Fieldwork in Courtroom 53: A Witness to Delgamuukw v. B.C.
Robin Ridington
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12-24
Invention of Anthropology in British Columbia's Supreme Court: Oral Tradition as Evidence in Delgamuukw v. B.C.
Julie Cruikshank
25-42
Judging History: Reflections on Reasons for Judgment in Delgamuukw v. B.C.
Robin Fisher
43-54
Common Sense and Plain Language
Bruce G. Miller
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55-65
Adding Insult to Injury: Her Majesty's Loyal Anthropologist
Dara Culhane
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66-92

Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

Bibliography of British Columbia
 
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93-107
Contributors
 
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112