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Table of Contents for "Decolonizing Futures: Collaborations for New Indigenous Horizons"

Table of Contents for "Decolonizing Futures: Collaborations for New Indigenous Horizons"

Over the past two years, the CEMiPoS team has had the privilege of working with researchers and Indigenous scholars, activists, and artists around the world on producing the seventeen chapter volume Decolonizing Futures: Collaborations for New Indigenous Horizons, to be published by Winter 2021 with Uppsala University. The volume, inspired by the discussions that took place at the International Conference on the Policy Towards Indigenous Peoples in Ainu Mosir, co-hosted by CEMiPoS and Menoko Mosmos (Ainu Women's Association) in 2017, considers the following: is the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples truly a path towards decolonizing Indigenous futures, or are other other frameworks necessary?

We include the final table of contents below.


Forward
Ryoko Tahara (trans. Mashiyat Zaman)

Introduction
Leni Charbonneau

Part 1:
Historicizing Colonial Pasts, Deliberating Present and Future Justice

Negotiating Indigenous Rights: From Transnational Networks to Making Room in International Law
Kamrul Hossain

Indigenous Self-Government in Chile: Possible Approaches from The Perspective of National Governance
Quintin Gumucio Castellon

Resistance for Repatriation: The Enduring Legacy of the Colonial Robbery of Ainu Graves
Hiroshi Maruyama and Leni Charbonneau

Artist Profile: Britta Marakatt-Labba

Shared Histories a World Apart — Norwegian Sápmi and Indigenous Australia: Colonization, Policies, and Consequences
Nina Sivertsen

Decolonizing Heritage in Rapa Nui: Towards New Scenarios for the Implementation of UNDRIP in Postcolonial Contexts
Carles Jornet

Artist Profile: Elisabeth Heilmann Blind

Part 2:
Rooting the Well-being of Indigenous Individuals and Communities

Epistemic Violence and the Political Imaginaries of Resource Rights: A Case Study of Ainu-Land Relations
Leni Charbonneau

Extraction on Indigenous Peoples’ Lands and Territories and the Potential of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Other Human Rights Instruments
June L. Lorenzo

Artist Profile: Tomas Colbengtson

Dialogue Among Indigenous Youth and Physicians in the Dourados Reservation, Mato Grosso do Sul
Maria de Lourdes Beldi de Alcantra

“Our Voices Are Never Heard”: Towards the Realization of Indigenous Rights and a Healthy Life for the South Sámi in Dearna
Sagka Stångberg, Marie Persson Njajta, Leena Huss, and Hiroshi Maruyama

Artist Profile: Najavaraq (Louise Fontain)

Part 3:
Decolonizing Bodies: From Gendered Exploitation to Emancipation

Nomadic Stories: Performative Projects of Amareya Theater as Processual Tools in the Struggle for Recovery of Identity and Empowerment of Indigenous Women
Katarzyna Pastuszak

Nookimisak-Nangdowenjgewad: An Indigenous Grandmothers’ Initiative in Response to Sexual Exploitation of Young Aboriginal Women
Janice Cindy Gaudet, Sheila Smith, and Isabelle Meawasige

Artist Profile: Antonie Frank Grahamsdaughter

Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Prostitution Reform in Aotearoa New Zealand: An Overview
Fern Eyles and Jade Kake

Craft and Nonviolent Resistance — Manifestation of Nonviolent Resistance in the Mochila Iku Women’s Craft
Stefanía Castelblanco Pérez

Artist Profile: Lena Stenberg

Part 4:
Decolonization through Linguistic and Cultural Revitalization

Education and Birthright: Lessons from Small Indigenous Schools in the Americas
Elizabeth Sumida Huaman

Rethinking Amejo Through Language Policy Analysis in the Ryukyu Islands International and Indigenous Perspectives
Madoka Hammine

Artist Profile: Julie Edel Hardenberg

Creating Modern Sámi Identity in Contemporary Literature
Satu Gröndahl

Significance of Greenlanders’ Choice of Language: A Vase of Flowers Cut in Foreign Places
Arnaq Grove

Artist Profile: Torgeir Vassvik