Anarchist forms of organising and bayanihan (solidarity) in the face of a Philippine state of calamities
Karin Louise Hermes is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Ethics and Law in the Life Sciences at Leibniz University, Germany. Her PhD dissertation, “Growing Intercommunalist ‘pockets of resistance’ with Aloha ‘ Aina in Hawai ‘ I” (Department of American Studies, Humboldt University, 2022) addresses how Indigenous resurgence grounded in land-based practices such as aloha ‘āina is central to dismantling settler colonial structures in Hawai‘i.
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