If you are interested in participating in this session, please send your abstract to Amber Hickey via email at email@example.com. Your abstract must be submitted to the AAG website by October 25. Papers may explore: Movements resisting the extractive industries, led by or in alliance with Indigenous peoples; Art or aesthetic actions that unsettle colonial norms; Geographies of the "third space" of sovereignty (Bruyneel: 2007); Solidarity between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples; Discussions of reparations past, present, or future; Decolonial temporal or spatial interventions.
In spite of continuing assaults against Indigenous peoples and their ally-accomplices worldwide, dynamic resistance to colonial, capitalist, and extractivist violence remains strong. This session explores the myriad geographies of decolonial action worldwide. We ask:
- Where are the fissures in colonial, capitalist, and extractivist realities?
- What movements, actions, and arts practices may we look toward as we envision and build decolonial futures?
- How might we connect the dots between geographically diverse creative resistance, in order to identify potential pathways toward decolonization?
|Presenter||Amber Hickey*, University of California - Santa Cruz, Rupturing Settler Time: New Media and Geographies of Indigenous Futurity||20|
|Presenter||Julie Santella*, University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, Seeking justice through the politics of uranium in the Black Hills||20|
|Presenter||Matt Fuller*, Evergreen State College, Settler Indigenous Alliances Combating Fossil Fuels: A Case Study of the Shell No! Movement in the Pacific Northwest||20|
|Presenter||Ashley Smith*, Hampshire College, Wigwams, Rivers, and Traveling Survivors: Wabanaki Interventions in Settler Geographies of Erasure||20|
|Presenter||Teo Wickland*, UCLA Department of Urban Planning, Decolonizing transportation: Indigenous mobility cultures in Polynesia||20|
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