John Steckley

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John Steckley was born in 1949 in Toronto, Ontario. He has a B.A. in anthropology from York University, an M.A. in anthropology from Memorial University, and a PhD in Education from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Steckley has been teaching at Humber College since 1986. His writing is non-fiction, specializing in Aboriginal languages and cultures.


Books by John Steckley

1999
Beyond Their Years: Five Native Women's Stories
2000
Full Circle: Canada's First Nations (with Bryan Cummins, aboriginal studies)
2002
Aboriginal Policing: A Canadian Perspective (with Bryan Cummins)
2003
Aboriginal Voices and the Politics of Representation in Canadian Introductory Sociology Textbooks (sociology)
2004
De Religione: Telling the 17th century Jesuit story in Huron to the Iroquois (linguistics)
2007
Huron-English/English-Huron Dictionary (linguistics)
2007
Elements of Sociology: A Critical Canadian Introduction (with Guy Letts, sociology)
2007
Words of the Huron (linguistics)
2008
White Lies About the Inuit (anthropology)
2010
Gabriel Sagard's Dictionary of Huron
2010
The First French-Huron Dictionary by Father Jean de Brébeuf and his Jesuit Brethren
2011
Introduction to Physical Anthropology
2013
The Invisible Ape
 
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Added 08 December 2009.
Updated 22 June 2013.