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Hitchhiking and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Billboards on the Highway of Tears
Whether too much or the wrong kind, constraining Indigenous mobility is a preoccupation of the province of British Columbia. The province remains focused on controlling Indigenous mobility and constructing forms of contentious mobility, such as hitchhiking, as bad or risky. In Northwestern British C...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
Shade and light: Quebec’s Indigenous Women’s Association
The article focuses on the Quebec Indigenous Women’s Association (AFAQ), with the aim of raising the concerns of its members and reporting on its struggles for equality and autonomy, without losing sight of the link between these struggles and the indigenous autonomist project, from which AFAQ women...
Maternity at the intersection of oppressions: Forced sterilisations in Peru (1996-2000)
At the end of the 20th century, forced sterilisations take place in Peru during the government of Alberto Fujimori. This tragic and violent event affects almost 70 000 people, almost all indigenous and poor women. Peruvian sterilisations are carried out by the central government under the guise of p...
Instrumentalisation of gender: a new form of racism and sexism
This article analyses the intertwining of domination reports, in particular how sex and race social relationships feed into and reinforce each other. The current speeches in Switzerland and France on the contract for the integration of immigrated migrants, the wearing of the veil or collective rapes...
La Fuerza de Mujeres Wayuu et la défense des droits fondamentaux des femmes autochtones en Colombie
The aim of this presentation is to examine the way in which a local and indigenous association, Fuerza de Mujeres Wayuu (FMW) calls for the formation of an alliance of native women in Colombia around a shared project: the elaboration of a shadow report to be presented in October 2013 to the United N...
Les Femmes anishinaabeg (Canada), la santé et l’eau : des savoirs traditionnels aux mobilisations contemporaines
Access to quality drinking water is a fundamental right. Despite Canada's wealth of fresh water, many First nations, including the Anishinaabeg, regularly face inequitable access to quality drinking water, a situation that has health, spiritual and cultural consequences. These injustices are a direc...
L’expérience des Tribunaux de Conscience contre les Violences Sexuelles au Guatemala : Vers une Récupération de la Justice par les Femmes Autochtones
In Guatemala, the signing of the Peace Accords in 1996 was supposed to allow for the recognition and reparation of the human rights violations committed during the 36 years of civil war and the (re)construction for Peace. Nevertheless, hopes for transitional justice have been dashed by the persisten...
Le « visage » du colonialisme : Nouveaux peuples ou simples relations personnelles en Eeyou Istchee et au Nunavik à l’époque de la traite des fourrures ?
The arrival of the Hudson’s Bay Company, fur traders, in Eeyou Istchee (East James Bay Crees) and Nunavik (Inuit) precipitated a great many changes in the lives of the local peoples, among which was miscegenation, British men and Indigenous women, leading to several hundred years of mixed ancestry i...
Mobility and domestic fuels in Soninke Country (Sénégal)
Das Land Soninke ist eine Migrationszone. Massive männliche Auswanderung in die Region Frankreich ist dort seit den 1960er Jahren verankert. Der daraus resultierende Geldzufluss unterstützt die Praktiken der Mobilität von Soninke-Frauen nach Dakar und hat eine starke Anziehungskraft auf Strömungen....
Women and indigenous peoples. Fights and resistance to decolonisation
Paris : 30 de octubre de 2019 21h00 : Rencontre avec Millaray Painemal Morales (Chili) : Défenseure majeure mapuche de l'environnement. Sur le thème : “Femmes et peuples originaires. Luttes et résistances vers la décolonisation”. Depuis 1998, Millaray Painemal consacre son temps à travailler à la dé...
Religious in the heart of Indian communities : women's memories of Western Canada missions
Catholic missions to North American Indian territories in Canada offer an experimental laboratory of the intercultural encounters for the social sciences. This doctoral thesis proposes a comparative anthropology of two cultural areas, particularly with regard to two points : the adaptation processes...
Jimbin Kaboo Yimardoowarra Marninil: Listening to Nyikina Women’s Voices. Film as a Strategy of Resistance
Using film as a decolonizing methodology, in a collaborative and emancipatory action research framework, Magali McDuffie’s research explores Nyikina women’s aspirations for sustainable community development on their country in North-Western Australia, and their resistance to neo-colonial oppression....
With a touch on equity and gender. Public development and health policies in Yucatan
in the early 1980s, Arlette Gautier and Marie France Labrecque conducted their first research in northern Yucatan with indigenous mayas women, the first on reproductive health issues, the second with a greater focus on labour market integration. For the next 30 years, both have deepened their intere...
Circulation and Gender in Seediq and Taroko Communities of Taiwan
Anthropologists have long been fascinated with different forms of circulation. This article, based on field research in three Taiwanese indigenous villages, looks at the meaning of circulation to women shopkeepers. Rather than identifying themselves as entrepreneurs, most of them perceive themselves...
State Policies and Exclusion of Indigenous Languages in Peru
Peru is characterized by its promulgation of spanish as an official language both at the macro and microlinguistic levels. The State has exerted strong pressure against the preservation of Peru’s first languages. These indigenous languages have encounted a general hostility marked both by exclusion...
Cooperation between small businesses: a question of proximity
Our study focuses on a network of SMEs labeled local system of production (LSP). It is part of the current research on HRM as regards companies’ networks otherwise called clusters. The underlying hypothesis is that these networks can facilitate access to HRM devices for SMEs and as a consequence imp...
The state of social work research in French-speaking minority communities in Canada: a thematic topography
This article presents a thematic inventory of research writings on social work in French language minority contexts since the 1990s and aims to stimulate reflections on the relation between research and French language minority communities in Canada. The description of the research themes shows the...
Quebec women and cinema
Current indigenous women’s cinema contains strong and powerful proposals that are transforming the media and film landscape in Quebec. To highlight the presence of indigenous women directors and to recognize their growing contribution to Quebec cinema, we present and comment on the remarks made by M...
The Land as a Priviledged Place for Transmission of Atikamekw Women’s Knowledge and Values
Thematic analysis of 32 interviews held with Atikamekw women revealed that they know their ancestor’s way of life and the role played by women, that this role was predominant and essential to the spatial organization of traditional activities on the land, that births are spatiotemporal markers, that...
Walking With Our Sisters : An Artistic Commemoration for Indigenous Feminicide, towards Decolonization
In reaction to the indigenous femicide in Canada, and to the inaction of the canadian government, the victim’s relatives and grassroots indigenous women groups created various memorials. The author focuses on the commemorative art installation Walking With Our Sisters, project of the Métis artist Ch...
The words of women [Women’s Words]
In this piece, first published in 2008, the author reflects upon the meaning of the act of writing in the context of indigenous women’s political struggles. In conversation with a number of indigenous writers, scholars and activists, Monture theorizes the interaction between the...
ndigenous Women and Online Activism: Facebook and Twitter Uses to Counter Sexual Violence in the Wake of the Val-d’Or Police Scandal
The authors examine how social media contribute to the fight of Quebec’s Indigenous women. After the Val-d’Or scandal, which hit officers of the Quebec Police with allegations of sexual assault against women from the Cree and Anichinabe nations, the researchers conducted an ethnographic observation...
“We are indigenous women because we live 1.”
The author questions the role of territoriality within the mobilizations of indigenous women in Costa Rica. She aims to bring to light the central place of the connection to the territory within the claims brought by these women to grasp the way in which mobilizations are built from this relationshi...
A research note on health trajectories data collection using a biographical approach
Die Unterscheidung von Unternehmen innerhalb der Kategorie KMU setzt voraus, dass die gruppierten Unternehmen über gemeinsame Eigenschaften verfügen.Im Rahmen der Studie haben wir, unter Berücksichtigung der oben genannten Feststellung, auf folgende Frage versucht zu antworten : Kann...