Positioning the Missionary: John Booth Good and the Confluence of Cultures in Nineteenth-Century British Columbia

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Index
Aborigines Protection Society, xviii
African Americans, treatment by Victoria's churches, 25-6
Agriculture: and morality, 87; at Good's Nlha7kápmx mission, 87-9
Anderson, Benedict, on nation and empire, 38-9
Anglican Church. See Church of England
Anglican mission: as frame of reference for Good's mission, xiii-xvi; gains ground in nineteenth century, xvii- xviii
Anglican missionary discourse: class inflection of, 47-8; and colonial discourse, 19-22, 32-4, 47-8; and concept of catholicity 23-4; and concept of redemption, 21-2, 30-31; and concept of sameness 22-6, 30-1, 32-3, 40; and discourses of nation 34-40, 48-9; fatal impact thesis, 36-7; femininity and morality in, 43, 46, 50-6, 64-6; importance of Paul's teachings to, 23-4; languages of space and time, 32-4; masculinity and morality in, 49-50; origins in the Early Church, 29-30; and representation of difference, 22-3, 30-1, 33-4, 42, 47-8; spatial metaphors in, 5-6; therapeutic properties of, 36-7
Animism in Nlha7kápmx spirituality, 15
Asad, Talal, 110-1
Asceticism, and missionary discourse, 26-7
Augustine, Saint: on alienation, 33-4; City of God, 95; Confessions, 34, 97-8; on conversion and discipline, 104; conversion of, 113-4; and Donatism, 27-9; and links between Christianity and imperialism, 29; and missionary discourse, xvii; on missionary role of the church, 28-9; on pastoral power, 95; and Saint Paul, 27; on self-examination, 97-8; teaching of, in Anglican missionary discourse, 29-30, 33-4
Bagshaw, Roberta, 67-8
Ball, Henry M., 3-4; and Fraser Canyon reserves, 145, 148
Barbarism. See Savagery
Barker, Ernest, 29
Barman, Jean, 58
Beaver, Herbert, 63
Bebbington, David, 39
Bernauer, James, 95
Bewicke, A., 65-6
Bhabha, Homi: on colonial discourse, 19-21; on colonial production of doubt, 128; concept of mimicry 117-8; on nation and empire, 39-40; on translation and conversion 102
Blomfield, Charles ( bishop of London), on colonial episcopacy, 7
Boas, Franz, xiii
Bourgeault, Ron, 133-4
British Columbia: in Anglican missionary discourse, 32-3; colonial land policy of, 17-8, 141-4; colonialist histories of, 32-3; colony of, joined with Vancouver Island, xiii; colony of, rivalry with Vancouver Island, 68; created as crown colony, xi; immigrant demography, 45-6, 53-4, 56; physical and human geographies, 78-80; post- colonial land policy, 144-52; relationship between colonial state and Church of England, 10-2, 35-6

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Abbreviations xxiii
  • 1 - Beginnings 3
  • 2 - Redemption 19
  • 3 - Reproduction 41
  • 4 - Space 67
  • 5 - Conversion 92
  • 6 - Morals 119
  • 7 - Dissolution 137
  • Notes 153
  • Bibliography 182
  • Index 193
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