Special Issue: Indigenous Feminisms in Settler Contexts

  1. Kyle Bladow
    “Never Shut Up My Native”: Indigenous Feminist Protest Art in Sápmi
  2. Carolyn J. Eichner
    Language of Imperialism, Language of Liberation: Louise Michel and the Kanak-French Colonial Encounter
  3. Sarah Ihmoud
    Murabataa: The Politics of Staying in Place
  4. Michelle M. Jacob, Virginia R. Beavert, Regan Anderson, Leilani Sabzalian, And Joana Jansen
    The Importance of Ichishkíin in Advancing Indigenous Feminist Education
  5. Val Marie Johnson
    “I’m sorry now we were so very severe”: 1930s Colonizing Care Relations Between White Anglican Women Staff and Inuvialuit, Inuinnait, and Iñupiat People in an “Eskimo Residential School”
  6. Kenna Neitch
    Indigenous Persistence: Challenging the Rhetoric of Anti-colonial Resistance
  7. Marina Tyquiengco
    Black Velvet: Aboriginal Womanhood in the Art of Fiona Foley

  8. Other Forthcoming

  9. Rachel Hurst
    Abortion as a Feminist Pedagogy of Grief in Marianne Apolstolides’s Deep Salt Water
  10. Maria Fernanda Olarte-Sierra and Tania Perez-Bustos
    Careful Speculations: Toward a Caring Science of Forensic Genetics in Colombia
  11. Melissa Oliver-Powell
    Beyond the Spectacle of Suffering: Agnes Vardaa’s L’Une chante, l’autre pas and Rewriting the Subject of Abortion in France

Creative Work

Katherine Agyemaa Agard, Rosetta Marantz Cohen, Abby Minor, Dana Sonnenschein, Darlene Taylor, Becky Thompson

 
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