Critical Issues in Indigenous Studies
Toward a Hemispheric Approach
Understandings and Visions of the Diné People
A companion to Diné Perspectives: Revitalizing and Reclaiming Navajo Thought, each chapter of Navajo Sovereignty offers the contributors’ individual perspectives. This book discusses Western law’s view of Diné sovereignty, research, activism, creativity, and community, and Navajo sovereignty in traditional education. Above all, Lloyd L. Lee and the contributing scholars and community members call for the rethinking of Navajo sovereignty in a way more rooted in Navajo beliefs, culture, and values.
Settler Colonialism and Racialization in Hawai'i
Kaona and Contemporary Hawaiian Literature
The first extensive study of contemporary Hawaiian literature, Finding Meaning examines kaona, the practice of hiding and finding meaning, for its profound connectivity. Through kaona, author Brandy Nalani McDougall affirms the tremendous power of Indigenous stories and genealogies to give lasting meaning to decolonization movements.
Spaces, Technology, and Social Networks in Mexico and Central America
Policy, Activism, and Indigenous Identities on the U.S.-Mexico Border
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