CFP -- INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND BORDER SECURITY IN A POST-9/11 WORLD
THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF INDIGENOUS BORDER ISSUES AND ITS ZIIBI PRESS ARE SEEKING SUBMISSIONS FOR A BOOK WITH THE WORKING TITLE OF: INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND BORDER SECURITY IN A POST-9/11 WORLD.
While we fully understand that the southern border has unique issues that affect indigenous people, CSIBI is concerned that Indigenous people on the northern border are often ignored. So, while we welcome papers that take a comparative "north-south" approach, we are soliciting papers that concentrate on the issues of the north.
We are looking for papers that address general treaty rights (including the Jay Treaty); treaty rights that are specific to Indigenous communities (both north and south of the border); first-person Indigenous experiences on the border; and tribal community border actions that address specific Post-9/11 concerns.
Papers that address both the US and Canadian governments' response to Indigenous concerns, as well as papers that discuss policies created by Indigenous "national" organizations that have have been designed to deal with Post-9/11 issues are also welcome.
We will be happy to consider other papers that address "cross-border" issues that are not listed above.
Proposals should be sent to the Ziibi Press Editor, Phil Bellfy at: email@example.com
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