critical indigenous theory: special issue of the cultural studies review

04May10

Cultural Studies Review, vol. 15 no. 2 September 2009.

Line-up:

Editorial—JOHN FROW & KATRINA SCHLUNKE
Critical Indigenous Theory
—Co-editor AILEEN MORETON-ROBINSON

Introduction—AILEEN MORETON-ROBINSON

‘In the City of Blinding Lights’: Indigeneity, Cultural Studies and the Errants of Colonial Nostalgia—JODI A. BYRD

‘There is Nothing that Identifies Me to that Place’: Indigenous Women’s Perceptions of Health Spaces and Places—BRONWYN FREDERICKS

In the Northern Territory Intervention What is Saved or Rescued and at What Cost?— IRENE WATSON

Imagining the Good Indigenous Citizen: Race War and the Pathology of Patriarchal White Sovereignty—AILEEN MORETON-ROBINSON

Critical Indigenous Studies: From Difference to Density—CHRIS ANDERSEN

Indigenous Existentialism and the Body—BRENDAN HOKOWHITU

Native American Scholarship and the Transnational Turn—ROBERT WARRIOR



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