Accession UAA-1980-090 - UAA-1980-090

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UAA-1980-090

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UAA-1980-090

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0.01 m of textual records

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Marilyn Assheton-Smith was raised in Olds, Calgary and Ferintosh, and has lived and worked in Alberta from Medicine Hat to Lac La Biche, as well as travelling to work in northern Alberta, the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Ms. Assheton-Smith's first career was in nursing, nursing education, and health education, and then community development. After working with the Dene around Yellowknife, she returned to University to study sociology. She completed a PhD at the University of Alberta and moved into teaching Sociology of Education, International and Intercultural Education, and Gender and Education courses at the University of Alberta. Much of her early work was with First Nations men and women studying to become school teachers, or with other student teachers who wished to better understand the lives of their aboriginal pupils. Outside of her career, Marilyn Assheton-Smith worked on executive boards of a variety of community organizations. She is now Professor Emeritus of Educational Policy Studies at the Univesity of Alberta, and actively works with the New Democratic Party of Alberta.

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Accession consists of an unpublished manuscript titled "The Métis of Alberta Society Revisited: Dr. Card in the Sixties", by Marilyn Assheton-Smith.

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RFROGNER 10.11.2007; Updated by A.A. 23 May 2023

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