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Yet our professional culture remains very hard to pin down, in part because professional practices of exclusion produce their own effects. [...] I also use as evidence what might be called "unstable" sources of authority such as book reviews, things said at conferences, and informal conversation.4 It is unfortunate that there is not a single published study of Aboriginal people or even much on race and the historical profession in Canada that I can refer to here.
Indigenous Labor and Indigenous History Mary Jane Logan McCallum American Indian Quarterly; Fall 2009; 33, 4
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