Land and Liberty: Settler Acknowledgement in Anarchist Pedagogies of Place
Theresa Warburton is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Western Washington University, where she is also affiliated faculty in Canadian-American and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her book, Other Worlds Here: Honoring Native Women's Writing in Contemporary Anarchist Movements, is forthcoming from Northwestern University Press in April 2021. Along with Cowlitz writer Elissa Washuta, she is also the co-editor of Shapes of Native Nonfiction: Collected Essays by Contemporary Writers, which was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. Her work has appeared in Studies in American Indian Literatures, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, Upping the Anti, and Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, where she is also a member of the editorial collective.
+Portions of this article appear in Chapter 1 of Other Worlds Here: Honoring Native Women’s Writing in Contemporary Anarchist Movements, part of the Critical Insurgencies Series from Northwestern University Press edited by Jodi Byrd and Michelle Wright. Copyright © 2021 by Northwestern University Press. Published 2021. All rights reserved.
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