This book analyzes the literary representation of Indigenous women in Latin American letters from colonization to the twentieth century. Those paradigms and stereotypes have shaped our views of Native women who have been exploited, abused and silenced. However, the book argues that contemporary theorization of Indigenous feminism deconstructs that denigratory imagery and offers a (re)signification, (re)semantization and reinvigoration of the referent Indigenous woman. With two essays written by Indigenous scholars about their experiences and conception of what it means to them to be an Indigenous woman in contemporary times, this book will be of great interest to scholars of feminist narratives and discourses, as well as those interested in the alternative knowledge of indigenous peoples.... Enquiry into the Asian Growth Model Jan Pakulski and Bruce Tranter: The Decline of Political Leadership in Australia? ... Changina#39;: The Effect of Institutional Change on Cooperative Behaviour at 26, 000 ft over Sixty Years Mike Finn (editor ):anbsp;...
|Title||:||Indigenous Feminist Narratives|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-04-29|