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Indigenous Feminisms

Indigenous Authors in the Spotlight Series

Our Spring/Summer 2020 spotlight shines on authors engaging with, and challenging, a wide range of feminist perspectives. Featured works include single-authored monographs, edited books, journal articles and even a podcast. Our highlighted entries focus on authors from all across what is now known as North America, ranging from the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island to the Star Blanket Cree Nation, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, and the Six Nations of the Grand River, to name but a few. Yet they still represent only the smallest sampling of works in this area of study. Browse our Zotero bibliography to find many more examples of feminisms, and scroll down to see our past spotlights.

Thank you to Mitchell Moncur for valuable assistance in putting together this carousel.
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