Indigenous Self-Representation in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico
This book focuses on self-representations of several indigenous communities in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. It offers a multifaceted understanding of North American indigenous history, identity, community and forms of culture. Intersecting themes shape the structure of this volume: the first part focuses on the theme of recovery in relation to the literary field, the second part examines the theme of governance through examples of conflict, public government and citizenship, and the final part discusses the theme of increased global movements in relation to the preservation of local traditions. The contributors hope to advance trans-indigenous studies by encouraging productive dialogues across the U.S., Canada and Mexico–U.S. borders.
About the author
Jeanette den Toonder is Director of the Centre for Canadian Studies at the University of Groningen (Netherlands). Kim van Dam is Associated Researcher at the Arctic Centre of the University of Groningen (Netherlands) and Coordinator at the Energy Academy Europe. Fjære van der Stok studied Romance Languages and Cultures as well as American Studies at the University of Groningen (Netherlands).
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