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Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies

Edited by: Brendan Hokowhitu , Aileen Moreton-Robinson , Linda Tuhiwai-Smith , Chris Andersen , Steve Larkin

Print publication date:  December  2020
Online publication date:  December  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138341302
eBook ISBN: 9780429440229
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429440229
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Book description

The Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies is the first comprehensive overview of the rapidly expanding field of Indigenous scholarship. The book is ambitious in scope, ranging across disciplines and national boundaries, with particular reference to the lived conditions of Indigenous peoples in the first world.

The contributors are all themselves Indigenous scholars who provide critical understandings of indigeneity in relation to ontology (ways of being), epistemology (ways of knowing), and axiology (ways of doing) with a view to providing insights into how Indigenous peoples and communities engage and examine the worlds in which they are immersed. Sections include:

? Indigenous Sovereignty

? Indigeneity in the 21st Century

? Indigenous Epistemologies

? The Field of Indigenous Studies

? Global Indigeneity

This handbook contributes to the re-centring of Indigenous knowledges, providing material and ideational analyses of social, political, and cultural institutions and critiquing and considering how Indigenous peoples situate themselves within, outside, and in relation to dominant discourses, dominant postcolonial cultures and prevailing Western thought.

This book will be of interest to scholars with an interest in Indigenous peoples across Literature, History, Sociology, Critical Geographies, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Native Studies, M?ori Studies, Hawaiian Studies, Native American Studies, Indigenous Studies, Race Studies, Queer Studies, Politics, Law, and Feminism.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  The institutional and intellectual trajectories of Indigenous Studies in North America Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Ricochet Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Multi-generational Indigenous feminisms Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Against crisis epistemology Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Matariki and the decolonisation of time Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Indigenous women writers in unexpected places Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Critical Indigenous methodology and the problems of history Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Decolonising psychology Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Colours of creation Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The emperor’s ‘new’ materialisms Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Intimate encounters Aboriginal labour stories and the violence of the colonial archive Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Māku Anō e Hanga Tōku Nei Whare Download PDF
Chapter  13:  On the politics of Indigenous translation Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Auntie’s bundle Download PDF
Chapter  15:  When nothingness revokes certainty Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Vital earth/vibrant earthworks/living earthworks vocabularies Download PDF
Chapter  17:  “To be a good relative means being a good relative to everyone”  Download PDF
Chapter  18:  ‘Objectivity’ and repatriation Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Incommensurable sovereignties Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Mana Māori motuhake Download PDF
Chapter  21:  He Aliʻi Ka ʻĀina, Ua Mau Kona Ea Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Relational accountability in Indigenous governance Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Ellos Deatnu and post-state Indigenous feminist sovereignty Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Striking back Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Communality as everyday Indigenous sovereignty in Oaxaca, Mexico  Download PDF
Chapter  26:  American Indian sovereignty versus the United States Download PDF
Chapter  27:  A story about the time we had a global pandemic and how it affected my life and work as a critical Indigenous scholar Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Once were Maoists Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Resurgent kinships Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Indigenous environmental justice Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Diverse Indigenous environmental identities Download PDF
Chapter  32:  The ski or the wheel? Download PDF
Chapter  33:  The Indigenous digital footprint Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Identity is a poor substitute for relating Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Indigeneity and performance Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Indigenous insistence on film Download PDF
Chapter  37:  The politics of language in Indigenous cinema Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Entangled histories and transformative futures Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Raranga as healing methodology Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Becoming knowledgeable Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Nyuragil – playing the ‘game’ Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Academic and STEM success Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Aboriginal child as knowledge producer Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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