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‘A lot of catching up’, knowledge gaps and emotions in the development of a tactical collective identity among students participating in solidarity with the Winnemem Wintu
ABSTRACT Settler-colonialism generates significant knowledge gaps and emotional barriers to cross-cultural mobilization, but does not prohibit meaningful solidarity. Through participant observationExpand
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Settler colonialism as eco-social structure and the production of colonial ecological violence
ABSTRACT Settler colonialism is a significant force shaping eco-social relations within what is called the United States. This paper demonstrates some of the ways that settler colonialism structuresExpand
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How Environmental Decline Restructures Indigenous Gender Practices: What Happens to Karuk Masculinity When There Are No Fish?
On the Klamath River in northern California, Karuk tribal fishermen traditionally provide salmon for food and ceremonies, yet the region has sustained serious environmental degradation in recentExpand
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Colonial America Today: U.S. Empire and the Political Status of Native American Nations
Abstract The article systematically assesses U.S.-Native relations today and their historical foundations in light of a narrow, empirical definition of colonial empire. Examining three core elementsExpand
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Dangerous pipelines, dangerous people: colonial ecological violence and media framing of threat in the dakota access pipeline conflict
ABSTRACT Drawing on theories of settler colonialism, colonial ecological violence, and media framing this article considers how media framing contributes to the production of colonial ecologicalExpand
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