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Indigenous Feminist Narratives : I/We: Wo(Men) of an(Other) Way, Isabel Dulfano, (electronic book ;)

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Indigenous Feminist Narratives : I/We: Wo(Men) of an(Other) Way
Title
Indigenous Feminist Narratives
Title remainder
I/We: Wo(Men) of an(Other) Way
Statement of responsibility
Isabel Dulfano
Creator
Language
eng
Summary
This book analyzes the literary representation of Indigenous women in Latin American letters from colonization to the twentieth century, arguing that contemporary theorization of Indigenous feminism deconstructs denigratory imagery and offers a (re)signification, (re)semantization and reinvigoration of what it means to be an Indigenous woman.
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UK-WkNB
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1959-
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Dulfano, Isabel
Dewey number
860.998
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
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
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Indigenous Feminist Narratives : I/We: Wo(Men) of an(Other) Way, Isabel Dulfano, (electronic book ;)
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Publication
Contents
Introduction 1. Canonical Representations of Indigenous Women in Latin American Literature 2. Notes on Indigenous Feminism Post-testimonial 3. Memory/Memoir, Challenges and Anthropology-- Irma Velasquez Nimatuj, translated by Isabel Dulfano 4. What Does It Mean to Be an Indigenous Woman in Contemporary Times?-- Luz Maria de la Torre Amaguana, translated by Isabel Dulfano Conclusion
Control code
9781137531315
Extent
126 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137531315
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unspecified
Type of computer file
  • PDF.
  • Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Label
Indigenous Feminist Narratives : I/We: Wo(Men) of an(Other) Way, Isabel Dulfano, (electronic book ;)
Publication
Contents
Introduction 1. Canonical Representations of Indigenous Women in Latin American Literature 2. Notes on Indigenous Feminism Post-testimonial 3. Memory/Memoir, Challenges and Anthropology-- Irma Velasquez Nimatuj, translated by Isabel Dulfano 4. What Does It Mean to Be an Indigenous Woman in Contemporary Times?-- Luz Maria de la Torre Amaguana, translated by Isabel Dulfano Conclusion
Control code
9781137531315
Extent
126 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137531315
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
  • PDF.
  • Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user

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