Native American Authors
Georges E. Sioui
Georges Sioui is a First Nations citizen of Wyandot-Huron descent who lives in Regina, Canada. He has served as Associate Professor of History and Dean of Academics at Saskatchewan Federated Indian College at the University of Regina. Georges Sioui has been an eloquent spokesperson for Native people before the World Court and United Nations. He has published works in both English and French. He is currently the President of Indigenous Government in Vancouver.
Books by Georges E. Sioui:
Sioui, Georges E.. For an Amerindian autohistory : an Essay on the Foundations of a Social Ethic
Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1992.
Sioui, Georges E.. Huron-Wendat : the heritage of the circle
Vancouver : UBC Press, 1999.
Sioui, Georges E.. Les Wendats, une civilisation meconnue
Sainte-Foy,Quebec, Canada : Presses de l’Universite Laval, 1994.
Genre: Nonfiction / Folklore
Sioui, Georges E.. Pour une autohistoire amerindienne / For an Amerindian autohistory : an essay on the foundations of a socialethic
Montreal ; Buffalo : McGill-Queen’s UniversityPress, c1992, 1992.
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