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Latest issue ZAA 02/2020 available now!

68.02
Volume 68.2 (2020) [View Content]

  • KERSTIN KNOPF and BIRGIT DÄWES
    “Indigenous Knowledges in North America: An Introduction”
  • GERALD MCMASTER
    Contemporary Art Practice and Indigenous Knowledge
  • AMINA GRUNEWALD
    “Marianne Nicolson’s Land-Based Knowledgescape Cliff Painting
  • CARSTEN JUNKER
    “Invocations of Indigeneity in the Colonial Red/White/Black Triad”
  • THOMAS EFFERTH
    Co-authors: GLADYS ALEXIE (GWICH’IN), KAI ANDERSCH, MITA BANERJEE
    “First Nations healing: From Traditional Medicine to Experimental Ethnopharmacology”
  • AMANDA K. WIXON
    Profit and Loss:
    “‘Indian’ Art at Sherman Institute, a Native American Off-Reservation Boarding School”
  • RUSSELL J.A. KILBOURN
    “The ‘Fast Runner’ Trilogy, Inuit Cultural Memory and Knowledge (Re-)Production”
  • BIRGIT DÄWES
    “Unusual Alliances of Knowledge Production: A Reading of Disney’s Frozen 2