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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 357
Professor
Valerie Carolyn Prouse
Semester
Winter

Description
Outline: Decolonization and Resurgence Decolonial Solidarity o IN social justice movement organization Next Week Decolonization: Number of treaties, repatriation of land (Tuck and Yang) Resisting Settler Colonialism o As spatial practices o Multiscalar Leanne Simpson on Resurgence: Resurgence: A flourishment of the indigenous inside o need to rebuild our culturally inherent philosophical contexts for governance, healthcare and economy o Need to engage in indigenous processes, since according to our traditions, the processes of engagement highly influence outcome of engagement itself Solidarity: E.g Immigration and Border Control o Immigrants only exist as a being because of a border Produced because of the spatial practice of creating a border o Komagata Maru Incident Decolonial Solidarity: Systems of oppression in Canda are organized through settler colonialism o E.g Immigration and Border Control o E,g Environmental rights Can be antithetical to decolonization o Struggles for equal rightsaccess can undermine indigenous sovereignty E.g trying to find resources, healthcare, employment o All social justice movements must also seek indigenous selfdetermination, be accountable to the lands on which we reside Decolonizing the University? South Africa: Rhodesmustfall Examples of Settler Colonialismdecolonization at UBC What is a settlers responsibility towards decolonization?
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