Performing indigeneity: global histories and contemporary experiences. Laura R Graham and H Glenn Penny (eds) 2014. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, 444 pp, ISBN 9780803271951.
Written in the best tradition of the essay, Decolonizing Indigeneity is an informed, engaging analysis of a necessary subject that encompasses five centuries of the complex and diverse cultural histories in Latin America.--Juan J. Daneri, East Carolina University.
Her essay grows from an intervention she offered from the audience at the end of the last Indigeneity and Ontology session in Seattle, and it forces the reader (as it did her fellow audience members and presenters) to confront a crucial question: in.
This essay explores the limitations of a settler colonial analysis in writing Palestinian history. While the past decade has witnessed a plethora of interventions exploring this very concept, this essay attempts to layout the evolution of the concept within the literature on Palestine.
Subaltern Studies and Indigenous Critical Theory (Spring 2008) Organized by Jodi Byrd, D. Anthony Tyeeme Clark, and Michael Rothberg During the spring semester of 2008, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory and the American Indian Studies Program will co-host a series of events that explores the intersections of subalternity and indigeneity as categories of critical analysis.
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Get this from a library! Decolonizing indigeneity: new approaches to Latin American literature. (Thomas Ward) -- While contemporary scholars have taken a great interest in diversity or heterogeneity, this model is relatively new and literature of the past is still crying out for its place in the diversity.