“Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society” has just released a new issue entitled “Indigenous Art, Aesthetics and Decolonial Struggle.”
The current issue features scholars, artists, and
activists from around the globe.
“Decolonization” is an “undisciplinary, peer-reviewed, online Open Access journal committed to decolonization work within education, as part of a larger project of decolonization in society.”
We’ve reproduced the table of contents below.
Table of Contents
|Fugitive indigeneity: Reclaiming the terrain of decolonial struggle through Indigenous art
|Jarrett Martineau, Eric Ritskes
|contentious art: disruption and decolonial aesthetics
|An interview with Rebecca Belmore
|An interview with Tania Willard on Beat Nation, Indigenous curation and changing the world through art
|An interview with Tom GreyEyes on street art, Honor the Treaties and ‘dreaming a new world into being’