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Naomi Adelson

Department of Anthropology

Associate Professor
Associate Dean, Research
 
Office: Ross Building, S900
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 77786
Emailnadelson@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/laps/anth/faculty/adelson/index
 
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Books

“Being Alive Well”: Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being. University of Toronto Press (Reprinted 2002, 2004), 141pp.

Book Chapters

Towards a Recuperation of Souls and Bodies: Community Healing and the Complex Interplay of Faith and History. In: The Mental Health of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples: Transformations of Identity and Community, Gail Valaskakis and Laurence Kirmayer, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 272-288

Models and Metaphors of Healing in a Maritime First Nations Community. (with Amanda Lipinski) In: James Waldram, ed. Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice. Montreal: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, pp. 9-30.

Journal Articles

Discourses of Stress, Social Inequities, and the Everyday Worlds of First Nations Women in a Remote Northern Canadian Community. Ethos 36(3): 316-333.

“The Embodiment of Inequity: Health Disparities in Aboriginal Canada”. Canadian Journal of Public Health (March-April). Vol 96 (Supplement 2): S45-60.

Conference Proceedings

“Troubling the ‘Natural’ Category of Health: Revisiting the Embodied Discourse of Cree Well-Being”. “Troubling ‘Natural’ Categories”: A Festschrift for Margaret Lock. Proceedings of the Canadian Anthropology Society Symposium, May 2007. Naomi Adelson and Pamela Wakewich, eds. Toronto: Department of Anthropology, York University. CD-ROM publication ISBN 978-1-55014-489-5.



All Publications

Books

“Being Alive Well”: Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being. University of Toronto Press (Reprinted 2002, 2004), 141pp.

Book Chapters

Towards a Recuperation of Souls and Bodies: Community Healing and the Complex Interplay of Faith and History. In: The Mental Health of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples: Transformations of Identity and Community, Gail Valaskakis and Laurence Kirmayer, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 272-288

Models and Metaphors of Healing in a Maritime First Nations Community. (with Amanda Lipinski) In: James Waldram, ed. Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice. Montreal: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, pp. 9-30.

Journal Articles

Discourses of Stress, Social Inequities, and the Everyday Worlds of First Nations Women in a Remote Northern Canadian Community. Ethos 36(3): 316-333.

“The Embodiment of Inequity: Health Disparities in Aboriginal Canada”. Canadian Journal of Public Health (March-April). Vol 96 (Supplement 2): S45-60.

Conference Proceedings

“Troubling the ‘Natural’ Category of Health: Revisiting the Embodied Discourse of Cree Well-Being”. “Troubling ‘Natural’ Categories”: A Festschrift for Margaret Lock. Proceedings of the Canadian Anthropology Society Symposium, May 2007. Naomi Adelson and Pamela Wakewich, eds. Toronto: Department of Anthropology, York University. CD-ROM publication ISBN 978-1-55014-489-5.