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|Unsettling Settler Shame in Schooling: Re-Imagining Responsible Reconciliation in Canada|
McGill Journal of Education, Vol. 53, No. 2, Spring, 2018, pp. 276-293.
Discusses “shame” in different contexts and explores the experience of shame for individuals and groups. Describes how shame was used as a tool of colonization in Indian Residential Schools and how it might be a transformative influence in the process of reconciliation following the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.