Catalogue


Making space for Indigenous feminism /
edited by Joyce Green.
edition
2nd edition.
imprint
Black Point, Nova Scotia : Fernwood Publishing, [2017]
description
xvi, 328 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
ISBN
1552668835, 9781552668832
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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imprint
Black Point, Nova Scotia : Fernwood Publishing, [2017]
isbn
1552668835
9781552668832
contents note
Taking account of indigenous feminism / Joyce Green -- Being indigenous feminists: resurgences against contemporary patriarchy / Gina Starblanket -- Feminsim is for everybody: Aboriginal women, feminism and diversity / Verna St. Denis -- My hometown: Northern Canada, South Africa / Emma LaRocque -- Being an indigenous woman is a "a high risk lifestyle" / Mary Eberts -- Politics of gendered violence in indigenous communities / Rauna Kuokkanen -- Métis and feminist: contemplations on feminism, human rights, culture and decolonization / Emma LaRocque -- Deploying and disputing Aboriginal feminism in Australia / Megan Davis -- Rebalancing strategies: Aboriginal women and constitutional rights in Canada / Joyce Green -- Spare a thought for Métis women elders: illness and poverty in elderhood / Diedre A. Desmarais -- The State is not a saviour: indigenous law, gender and the neoliberal State in Oaxaca / Isabel Altimerano-Jimenez -- "Empowerment, revolution and real change": an interview with Fay Blaney / Fay Blaney and Sam Grey -- Perpetual state of violence: an indigenous feminist anti-oppression inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls / Robyn Bourgeois -- Looking back, still looking forward / Shirley Green -- Colleen Glenn: a Mètis feminist on Indian rights for Indian women / Colleen Glenn with Joyce Green -- Culturing politics and politicizing culture / Shirley Bear -- Long way from home / Emma LaRocque.
local note
This title is part of the Indigenous Perspectives Collection at the Bora Laskin Law Library.
abstract
"The 2007 first edition of this book proposed that Indigenous feminism was a valid and indeed essential theoretical and activist position, and introduced a roster of important Indigenous feminist contributors. The book has been well received nationally and internationally. It has been deployed in Indigenous Studies, Law, Political Science, and Women and Gender Studies in universities and appears on a number of doctoral comprehensive exam reading lists. The second edition, Making More Space, builds on the success of its predecessor, but is not merely a reiteration of it. Some chapters from the first edition are largely revised. A majority of the chapters are new, written for the second edition by important new scholars and activists. The second edition is more confident and less diffident about making the case for Indigenous feminism and in deploying a feminist analysis. The chapters cover issues that are relevant to some of the most important issues facing Indigenous people--violence against women, recovery of Indigenous self-determination, racism, misogyny, and decolonisation. Specifically, new chapters deal with Indigenous resurgence, feminism amongst the Sami and in Aboriginal Australia, neoliberal restructuring in Oaxaca, Canada's settler racism and sexism, and missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada."--
catalogue key
11450462
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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