Global networks of Indigeneity

Peoples, sovereignty and futures

Edited by Bronwyn Carlson, Tristan Kennedy and Madi Day

Global networks of Indigeneity
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  • ISBN: 9781526156976
  • Publish Date: Nov 2023
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
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    • ISBN: 978-1-5261-5696-9
    • Published Date: December 2023


    Global Indigeneity is a term that reflects shared recognition of sovereignty among Indigenous peoples. Terms like global Indigeneity, transnational, and relational are in use to describe both ancient and contemporary connections between Indigenous peoples all over the world. This edited volume brings together a range of Indigenous perspectives, forming a global network of writers, thinkers, and scholars connected by common investment in Indigenous futures. This transnational solidarity results in collective activism and envisioning - a joint investment in futures free of the tyrannies imposed by settler-colonialism.

    This edited volume assembles collective visions of Indigenous futures, contemplations of the potential of digital technologies, and considerations of Indigenous intimacies, relationalities and manners in which we locate ourselves in an increasingly global, connected world. Together, they present possibilities and the practicalities required to bring them to fruition.


    Foreword by Maggie Walter

    1 Global Indigenous futures: a new research agenda - Madi Day, Tristan Kennedy and Bronwyn Carlson

    2 Global perspectives on Indigeneity: Indigenous perspectives on global Indigeneity - Bronwyn Carlson

    3 Translocal Indigenous communities: global Indigeneity and networks of political activism - Tristan Kennedy

    4 Connecting back home: globalising conversations on Indigenous LGBTIQ+ peoples, migration and social media - Andrew Farrell

    5 Oceanic intimacies: Ngurra, Tupuna and Wairua relationality - Lou Netana-Glover

    6 'Whanau: an interconnected world': re-examining Maori and Pasifika connections - Innez Haua and Dion Enari

    7 Erasure, resilience, continuity: narratives of Sámi migration and contemporary culture in the USA - Ellen Marie Jensen and Tim Frandy

    8 Weaving Indigenous relationalities for the Anthropocene: activating ground-up networks across Ngurras (Countries) - Jo Anne Rey

    9 Social media and global networks of Indigeneity - Bronwyn Carlson

    10 Indigiqueer futures: a conversation between Indigenous non-binary academics - Percy Lezard, Madi Day and Sandy O'Sullivan

    11 Bio-power, the governmentality of killing and Indigenous people's resistance: imposition of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, extra-judicial execution and Indigenous women's resistance in Manipur, northeast India - Binalakshmi Nepram

    12 Queer multi-racial sovereign networks: conceptualising Indigenous and Asian multi-racial identities for understanding the world and futures - Souksavanh T. Keovorabouth

    13 Transnational Indigenous feminisms: four narratives for global Indigeneity - Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, Bronwyn Carlson, Coro J-A Juanena, waaseyaa'sin Christine Sy and Alex Wilson



    Bronwyn Carlson is Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University

    Tristan Kennedy is Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous) at Monash University

    Madi Day is a Lecturer in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University

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