Review of International American Studies; Hemispheric American Studies, North American Studies, US Studies, Canadian Studies, Transatlantic studies, Transpacific studies, Latin American Studies, Chicano/Chicana Studies, Native American Studies, First Nations Studies, Literary Studies, American Literature, American Culture, International American Studies Association, Learned journal, academic journal, University of Silesia Press

Vol 12 No 1 (2019): Indigenous Social Movements in the Americas—RIAS Vol. 12, Spring–Summer (1/2019)



The present issue of the Review of International American Studies explores selected cases of Indigenous resistance to oppressive forms of environmental, socio-economic, linguistic, and cultural colonialism. Looking at both multi-tribal and single-tribal contexts, the authors look at the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, the novels of Lakota/Anishinaabe writer Frances Washburn, the Two-Spirit movement in the U.S., and the Indigenous food sovereignty movement in the U.S. and Peru as sites of creative forms of decolonizing resistance, and analyze the material, discursive, and cultural strategies employed by the Indigenous activists, writers, and farmers [...]. (Read more in Zuzanna Kruk-Buchowska's and Jenny L. Davis's "Intro")
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