Resenha do Livro "Whose Land is it anyway: a manual for decolonization

Autores

  • Ana Catarina Zema Universidade de Brasília - UnB

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5965/1984724622482021375

Biografia do Autor

Ana Catarina Zema, Universidade de Brasília - UnB

Pós-doutora em Ciências Políticas pela Université Laval. Doutora em História Social pela Universidade de Brasília - UnB.

Referências

ALFRED, Taiaiake. It’s All about the Land. In: McFARLANE, Peter; SCHABUS, Nicole (eds.). Whose land Is It anyway: a manual for decolonization. Vancouver: FPSE, 2017. p. 10-13.

JACOBS, Beverly. Decolonizing the Violence against Indigenous Women. In: McFARLANE, Peter; SCHABUS, Nicole (eds.). Whose land Is It anyway: a manual for decolonization. Vancouver: FPSE, 2017. p. 47-51.

LABOUCAN-MASSIMO, Melina. Lessons from Wesahkecahk. In: McFARLANE, Peter; SCHABUS, Nicole (eds.). Whose land Is It anyway: a manual for decolonization. Vancouver: FPSE, 2017. p. 36-41.

MANUEL, kanahus. Decolonization: The Frontline Struggle. In: McFARLANE, Peter; SCHABUS, Nicole (eds.). Whose land Is It anyway: a manual for decolonization. Vancouver: FPSE, 2017. p. 42-46.

PASTERNAK, Shiri. Blockade: A Meeting Place of Law. In: McFARLANE, Peter; SCHABUS, Nicole (eds.). Whose land Is It anyway: a manual for decolonization. Vancouver: FPSE, 2017. p. 32-35.

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2021-05-21

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Zema, A. C. . (2021). Resenha do Livro "Whose Land is it anyway: a manual for decolonization. PerCursos, 22(48), 375 - 382. https://doi.org/10.5965/1984724622482021375