Re:Mindings. Co-Constituting Indigenous / Academic / Artistic Knowledges
Johan Gärdebo, May-Britt Öhman & Hiroshi Maruyama, eds.
Uppsala Multiethnic Papers 55 / The Hugo Valentin Centre. Uppsala 2014.
From the volume's back cover:
RE: Mindings brings together indigenous scholars, artists and
activists, and indigenous allies to speak of whose positions, contexts
and experiences it is that inform the construction of knowledges,
histories and sciences. In short, whose experience counts?
The purpose of RE:Mindings is to encourage its authors and readers
to investigate what it means to resist exploitation of humans, nonhumans
and nature within the frames of modern nation states. Examples
are provided from communities within or across the borders
of existing nation states: Sámi and Saepmie/Sábme/Sápmi in Fenno-
Scandinavia; Aboriginal–Martu in Australia; Ainu people in Japan,
Dakota–Native Americans in USA and Mapuche in Chile.
This publication originates from the supradisciplinary symposium
RE: Mindings; Co-Constituting Indigenous/Academic/Artistic
Knowledges and Understandings of Land-, Water-, Body-, and
Lab-scapes, held at Uppsala University, 10–12 October 2012. The
RE:Mindings publication has been funded through research pro-
jects financed by the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrå-
det) and Formas – the Swedish Research Council for Environment,
Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning.
Series: UPPSALA MULTIETHNIC PAPERS
Number of pages: 292 ss.
Format: 160x230 mm, softback
Published: June 2014