Reconciliation in the Context of Settler-Colonial Gender Violence: "How Do We Reconcile with an Abuser?"

@article{Kaye2016ReconciliationIT,
  title={Reconciliation in the Context of Settler-Colonial Gender Violence: "How Do We Reconcile with an Abuser?"},
  author={Julie Kaye},
  journal={Canadian review of sociology = Revue canadienne de sociologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={
          461-467
        }
}
SOCIOLOGISTS INFORMED BY CRITICAL, anticolonial praxis are called to reflexively consider social realties as they are, while actively participating in social transformation. I write from my position as a settler in Misâskwatôminihk (Saskatoon) on Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis and as an engaged sociologist. By settler, I do not simply mean “non-Indigenous”—like many non-Indigenous people living in Canada, my life is interwoven with the first people of this land, while also… CONTINUE READING
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