Indigenous women and feminism politics activism culture cheryl suzack is an assistant professor of english and aboriginal studies at the university of torontoshari m huhndorf is a professor of ethnic studies and womens and gender studies at the university of oregonjeanne perreault is a professor in and associate head of the department of english graduate program at the university of . The unique circumstances of indigenous women are often overlooked in the literature on both mainstream feminism and indigenous activism indigenous women and feminism politics activism culture is thus a welcome addition to the existing scholarship this volume brings together scholars and activists from various disciplines including english womens studies law history and ethnic studies. Can the specific concerns of indigenous women be addressed within current mainstream feminist and post colonial discussions indigenous women and feminism politics activism culture proposes that a dynamic new line of inquiry indigenous feminism is necessary to truly engage with the crucial issues of cultural identity nationalism and decolonization particular to indigenous contexts . Arguing that indigenous women and feminist issues remain underexamined in contemporary feminist theory 1 the inclusive nature of this collection responds effectively to this problem considering a range of indigenous feminist practices from scholarship legislation and tribal politics to performance film and poetry
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