Posts Tagged: Indigenous literatures

PSA Newsletter #27 (February 2022)

The PSA Newsletter #27 focuses on Indigenous studies, and it features four original contributions on the impacts and legacies of the Indian residential school system by Emma Barnes, Franck Mioux, Marie-Eve Bradette, and Anastasia Goana, respectively. This issue also features two reports on conferences engaging with Indigenous voices and stories, one by Chelsea Fritz and one by Emma Barnes; a PSA funding report by Priyanka Tripathi; a follow-up interview with Bhagya Casaba Somashekar, winner of the 2019 PSA/JPW Essay Prize; and ... Read more

New Special Issue: “Native American Narratives in a Global Context”, Guest edited by Eman Ghanayem and Rebecca Macklin

Transmotion: An Online Journal of Postmodern Indigenous Studies, Vol 5, No 1 (2019) URL: https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/transmotion/issue/view/37?fbclid=IwAR2-W2akpota0GN08QmdXigji19xiz-FWYetECuaIHoWtwTJfcG2pCtTBl8 Native American Narratives in a Global Context In our contemporary moment, the world is seeing an increase in transnational Indigenous and decolonial activist movements. Idle No More, the BDS movement for a Free Palestine, and #NoDAPL and Mni Wiconi have all garnered international attention and trans-cultural calls for solidarity. These movements exemplify and build on long traditions of Indigenous resistance in international contexts and commitments to other marginalized groups. Mindful ... Read more