"Their Shadows Still Walk with Us": Mapping a Decolonial Cartography of Struggle with Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa

Autors/ores

  • Sandra Álvarez Chapman University

Paraules clau:

transnational Indigenous feminism, decolonization, resistance, U’wa, seventh generation praxis

Resum

This paper maps a cartography of struggle to document the dynamic, living legacy of Menominee leader Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa and her contribution to the decolonial possibilities of transnational Indigenous feminism. I propose that mapping a cartography of struggle is a useful way for movements to consider how the past informs the present and future possibilities of resistance and decoloniality.

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Publicades

2016-10-01

Com citar

Álvarez, S. (2016). "Their Shadows Still Walk with Us": Mapping a Decolonial Cartography of Struggle with Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa. Lectora: Revista De Dones I Textualitat, (22), 97–108. Retrieved from https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/lectora/article/view/Lectora2016.22.9