Decolonizing Diaspora: Whose traditional land are we on?

@article{HaigBrown2009DecolonizingDW,
  title={Decolonizing Diaspora: Whose traditional land are we on?},
  author={C. Haig-Brown},
  journal={Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry},
  year={2009},
  volume={1}
}
  • C. Haig-Brown
  • Published 2009
  • Geography
  • Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry
As a way to consider the possibility of decolonizing discourses of diaspora, the central question posed in this paper asks not only where do people of the diaspora come from. In North America, nations have been superimposed on Indigenous lands and peoples through colonization and domination. Taking this relation seriously in the context of discourses of race, Indigeneity and diaspora within university classrooms interrupts business as usual and promises a richer analysis of one particular… Expand
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