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Re-storying political theory: Indigenous resurgence, idle no more and colonial apprehension

@inproceedings{Turner2018RestoryingPT,
  title={Re-storying political theory: Indigenous resurgence, idle no more and colonial apprehension},
  author={Aguirre Turner and Kelly Patr{\'i}cia},
  year={2018}
}
This dissertation considers the ethical and methodological challenges that the transformative movements of Indigenous resurgence present to political theory scholarship’s ways of telling, giving accounts of and accounting for, Indigenous politics. It takes experiences of the grassroots mobilizations of Idle No More in the winter of 2012-13, deemed a flashpoint political event and perceivable as an appearance of resurgence in Canada’s settler-dominated public spaces, as impetus to confront these… Expand

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