More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom

More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom

Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence

Book - 2015
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"This edited collection features contributions by well-known scholars and exciting young researchers, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, in a wide-ranging theoretical and empirical exploration of Indigenous resistance and resurgence across lands and waters claimed by Canada. Contributors explore resistance to historical and contemporary colonial-capitalism by diverse Indigenous peoples, as well as Indigenous resurgence--the re-invention of diverse Indigenous ways of being, knowing and doing in politics, economics, the arts, research and more. Each contributor considers the important opposition faced by these Indigenous movements, which are not concerned with an inevitable justice and freedom for Indigenous peoples, but only with possibilities. The collection is introduced with a substantive Foreword by Emma LaRocque and concludes with suggestions about the political possibilities of love, by Alex Wilson."--
Publisher: Black Point, Nova Scotia :, Fernwood Publishing,, [2015]
ISBN: 9781552667804
1552667804
Characteristics: xii, 264 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Coburn, Elaine 1975-
LaRocque, Emma 1949-

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