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Mark My WordsNative Women Mapping Our Nations$
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Mishuana Goeman

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780816677900

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816677900.001.0001

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“Someday a Story Will Come”: Rememorative Futures

“Someday a Story Will Come”: Rememorative Futures

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Mark My Words

Mishuana Goeman

University of Minnesota Press

Chapter four continues the examination of global violence and connects it to early forms of literary mappings, by examining Leslie Marmon Silko's epic novel Almanac of the Dead. The use of narrative as counterparts to producing and being productive of space have led to great spatial injustice in the wake of neoliberal policies that seek to further privatize spaces from that of the body to land. By connecting the early spatial restructuring to that of the turn of the century, we are able to see the on-going effects of colonial spatial restructuring and find solutions for (re)mapping our nations.

Keywords:   Indigenous Studies, Native American Studies, Native Feminism, Women of Color Feminism, Native American Literature, Gender and Colonialism, Imperialism, Self-determination, National in Literature, Geography and Literature

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