“The Resurgence of Indigenous Women’s Knowledge and Resistance in Relation to Land and Territoriality: Transnational and Interdisciplinary Perspectives” examines the transformative effects of dissent, resistance, and social change after five centuries of indigenous political engagement and corporeal interaction with empire. It explores how indigenous women engage with territory, relate to land and its gifts as well as interrogations of colonial structures, policies, and controls in non-urban or urban environs.
InTensions is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed e-journal published out of Fine Arts at York University. This initiative brings togetherinterventions by scholars and artists whose work deals with the theatricalityof power, corporealities of structural violence, and sensory regimes.
Guest Edited by:
Leanne Simpson, Kina Gchi Nishnaabeg-ogaming
Wanda Nanibush, Curator in Residence, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto
Carol Williams, University of Lethbridge (Department of Women’s Studies)
Dr. Alberto Guevara & Elysée Nouvet
Fine Arts Cultural Studies
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