Tag Archives: settler colonialism

Storify Post: I Am Not Marching Today

Unfortunately, there are more phrasing errors in these tweets than I’d like. Edit: For some reason, I can’t get storify to embed into the post…so you will have to click on the link instead. Sorry! Please also take a look … Continue reading

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Decolonization for the Masses? Seeking Survey Participants

Dr. Adam Gaudry (Assistant Professor of Native Studies and Political Science, University of Alberta) and Danielle Lorenz (PhD¬†Candidate, Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta [AKA me]) are working on a project together that explores the structural, pedagogical, and ideological challenges … Continue reading

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Orientalism in November 2015

I think the events of the last few days show how little we, those in the ‘West’ think about the ‘Rest’ (to quote Stuart Hall). For those coded as ‘Oriental’ (as in Edward Said’s Orientalism) there has not been the … Continue reading

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Settler Resistance: Where Are We Now?

Since I left Ottawa, I have been thinking a lot about my place and where I fit; my place here in amiskwaciw√Ęskahikan/peohan/Treaty Six, my place in Canada, my place in North America, and my place in the unfamiliar countries of … Continue reading

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