Papers and publications

Papers and publications 2016 Weaving in a Damaged Natural Environment: A Xwelmexw Coast Salish Case Study. Hunter Gatherer Research 1 (4): 445-472. 2015 Marketing Vocational Education: 19th century Northwest Canada and 21st century East Africa. In Anja Heikkinen and Lorenz Lassnigg, eds. In Myths and Brands in Vocational Education, pp. 124-146, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2014 War, Peace and Northwest Coast Complex Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research. Special Edition on Hunter-gatherer aggression and peace, Kirk Endicott, ed. Vol. 6 (4): 240-254. 2013 (With Rena Point Bolton) Xwelíqwiya: The Life of a Stó:lō Matriarch (Published by Athabasca University Press) 2012 (With Liv Mjelde) Aspects of Vocational Pedagogy as Practice: Decolonizing Minds and Negotiating Local Knowledge. International Journal of Training Research, vol. 10 (1). 2009 Communicating the Nonverbal Knowledge of Working Life: Making Visible the Invisible. In Markus Weil, Leena Koski & Liv Mjelde, eds. Knowing Work. Bern: Peter Lang Press. Originally presented at VET Conference “Working Knowledge”, in Gilleleje, Denmark, August 2006. 2009 Insulting the Meat: foragers, sharing and ideological practices-an appreciation of Richard Lee’s galitarianismers. Before Farming: The Archeology and Anthropology of Hunters and Gartheners. 2009 (4), article 2. 2006 (With Liv Mjelde). Changes and Contradictions in Vocational Education Training (VET): Reforms of the 1990s Reflected in Hairdressing and the Building Trades. In Anja Heikkinen, Rudolf Husemann & Maija Vaisla eds.Privatisation and Governance: New Challenges in Vocational Education. Berlin: Peter Lang Press. 2006 (Translation and editing). Liv Mjelde, The Magical Properties of Workshop Learning. Bern: Peter Lang Press. 2006 (Editor, with Liv Mjelde) Working Knowledge in a Globalized World: From Work to Learning, From Learning to Work. Bern: Peter Lang Press. 2006 Book Review of Mario Blaser, Harvey A. Feit & Glenn McRae, eds. 2004. In the Way of Development: Indigenous Peoples, Life Projects and Globalization. London & New York: Zed Books. Studies in Continuing Education, Sydney, Australia. 2005 Daly, Richard 2005a. Being and Becoming in a World that Won't Stand Still - The loss of Metlakatla. Social Analysis 49(1):21:44 2005 Our Box Was full: An Ethnography for the Delgamuukw Plaintiffs. Vancouver: UBC Press. 2003 (With Val Napoleon). A Dialogue on the Effects of Aboriginal Rights Litigation and Activism on Aboriginal Communities in Northwestern British Columbia. Social Analysis (47(3): 108-129. 2003 Anthropological Consultancy and the Crisis of Globalization. In "Forum: Expert Knowledge: First World Peoples, Consultancy, and Anthropology," R. Bastin & B. Morris, eds., Social Analysis 47 (1): 106-110. 2002 Pure Gifts and Impure Thoughts: Behind the Instrumentality of Northwest Coast Gift-giving. Paper presented at the Ninth Conference on Hunting and Gathering, Edinburgh, September 2002. 2000 (With Liv Mjelde). Learning at the Point of Production: New Challenges in the Social Division of Knowledge. In David Boud & Colin Symes, eds. Working Knowledge: Productive Learning at Work. Sydney: University of Technology of Sydney. 1999 (Book review) The Pleasure of the Crown: Anthropology, Law and First Nations. Dara Culhane, 1999, Vancouver: Talonbooks, reviewed for Acta Borealis, University of Tromsø. 1999 (With Richard B. Lee), ed. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1995 The Burden of Tomorrow: Tempos and Time Spans in the Gitxsan and Witsuwit'en Land Rights Case. Paper at American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Washington D.C., Nov. 15-19, 1995, invited session "Social Reproduction, Identity Politics and Community Viability. 1994 Reading and Writing Scripted Rocks in the Stein Valley of British Columbia, with Implications for cultural continuity. Paper presented at the World Archaeological Congress III, New Delhi, Dec. 7-11, 1994. 1994 Guest lecture series, Institutet for Samfunnsvitenskap, University of Tromsø: Brief history of aboriginal land rights in Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand; Multiple realities in a land claims court room; Cultural hegemony and cultural dialectics; communication of shamanic concepts in rock art in British Columbia. 1994 (With Richard B. Lee). Eleanor Leacock, Labrador, and the Politics of Gatherer-Hunters. In Constance R. Sutton, ed. From Labrador to Samoa, The Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke 1994 Leacock, 33-46. Washington: American Anthropological Association Special Publications. 1993 (With Annie York and Chris Arnett). They Write Their Dreams on the Rocks Forever: Rock Writings of the Stein Valley of British Columbia. Vancouver: Talon Books. 300 pp. 1993 (With Antonia Mills). Ethics and objectivity: American Anthropological Association Principles of Responsibility Discredit Testimony. Anthropological Newsletter, Washington DC, November, 1993. 1993 (With Val Napoleon). An Evaluation of Gitksan Social Housing Projects. Gitanmaax Band Council, prepared for Sterritt Consulting, Hazelton, B.C. 1993 Orality and Literacy: Ways of Communicating What Happened. Position paper for The Inuit Tapirissat, Royal Commission on aboriginal Peoples. Ottawa. 1992 Those Born at Andluu'oola (Andimaul). Oral History of the Salvation Army Village of Andimaul. Prepared as recorded heritage material for elders at the Gitksan Village of Gitsegukla. 1990 The Bumpy Road of Ethics, Power and the Creative Process in Contemporary Aboriginal Art. Paper at conference "Aspects of Aboriginal Art, Its Present and Its Future," First Nations NEXUS '92 Conference. Vancouver. 1991 Sto:lo: The River People, The Social Organization of the Sto:lo People of British Columbia. Opinion Evidence report for the Alliance of Tribal Councils, Vancouver. 3 vols. Plus genealogies. 1991 Review of "A Death Feast at Dimlahamid" by Terry Glavin. Canadian Ethnic Studies/Etudes ethniques du CanadaXXIII(3):178-81. 1989 The Sound of One Hand Clapping: Narratives of Resistance in an Aboriginal Rights case. Paper presented at the Canadian Anthropological Society Annual Meetings, University of Western Ontario, May 9-12, 1991. 1988 Us and Them. Workshop presented to the board of the Legal Services Society of British Columbia, Hazelton, BC, October 13-14, 1990. 1985 Gitksan and Wetsuwet'en Economy and Society. Opinion Evidence for the Plaintiffs, in Delgamuukw et al. v. The Queen in the Right of the Province of British Columbia and the Attorney-General for Canada, in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Case 0843, Smithers Registry. 691 pp. 1985 (With Richard B. Lee). Man's Dominance and Woman's Oppression, Oppression, The Question of origins. In Michael Kaufman, ed. Beyond Patriarchy, pp.30-44. Toronto: Oxford University Press. 1985 Primitive Communism and the Northern Iroquoians. Paper presented at the Canadian Anthropological Society Annual Meetings, University of Toronto, May 1985. 1984 Housing Metaphors: A Study of the Role of the Longhouse in the Persistence of Iroquois Culture. Doc. diss. Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto. 1984 Housing Metaphors, The Northern Iroquoian Longhouse. Paper presented at Canadian Anthropological Society Annual Meetings, University of Toronto, May 1985. 1981–1985 Iroquois Residential Change and the Longhouse Paradigm. Paper presented at "new Approaches to the Longitudinal Study of Residence" at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Denver, Colorado, Nov. 15-18, 1984. 1978 Fifteen ethnohistorical reports to Heritage Ontario, concerning First Nations' history in Ontario. The Northwest Coast: Guide to the Northwest Coast Galleries. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum. In relation to these projects, Richard Daly has conducted field research among Ontario and New York State Iroquois peoples (data-gathering between 1979 and 1984), the Gitksan and Wetsuwet'en (over the span of years since 1986), the Sto:lo Salish (15 months between 1988-90) and the Nlaka'pamux Salish (several months between 1988-92) in British Columbia, three months (1995) among the Korku and Gonds of Madhya Pradesh. He also conducted participant observation within a Norwegian cleaning products factory (1995-96 [cf. "Learning at the Point of Production"]). He maintains a part time presence in, and a network of ties, communication and visits among the Gitksan and Wetsuwet'en peoples in northern British Columbia, due partly to an ongoing project on Gitksan kinship and residence patterns in these peoples' contemporary social and political life