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The Politics of Indigeneity, Anarchist Praxis, and Decolonization

June 17, 2021

A very cool new issue of Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies was recently published about the intersection of anarchism and Indigenous politics and resistance. It’s open access, and all of the articles can be read HERE on the ADCS website.

Here’s the Table of Contents:

(1) J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, “The Politics of Indigeneity, Anarchist Praxis, and Decolonization”

(2) Theresa Warburton, “Land and Liberty: Settler Acknowledgement in Anarchist Pedagogies of Place”

(3) Jeff Corntassel, “Life Beyond the State: Regenerating Indigenous International Relations and Everyday Challenges to Settler Colonialism”

(4) Gord Hill and Allan Antliff, “Indigeneity, Sovereignty, Anarchy: A Dialog With Many Voices”

(5) Macarena Gómez-Barris, “Anarchisms Otherwise: Pedagogies of Anarco-Indigenous Feminist Critique”

(6) Mary Tuti Baker, “Gardens of Political Transformation: Indigenism, Anarchism and Feminism Embodied”

Book Reviews

(7) Gabriel Kuhn (Ed.), “Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North” by Kimberly Croswell

(8) Bas Umali, “Pangayaw and Decolonizing Resistance: Anarchism in the Philippines” (Gabriel Kuhn Ed.) by Claudia C. Lodia

Subjects
AnarchismAnti-capitalismCulture & MediaIndigenous ResistanceSocial Movements

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