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Red Skin, White MasksRejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition$
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Glen Sean Coulthard

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780816679645

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816679645.001.0001

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Essentialism and the Gendered Politics of Aboriginal Self-Government

Essentialism and the Gendered Politics of Aboriginal Self-Government

(p.79) 3 Essentialism and the Gendered Politics of Aboriginal Self-Government
Red Skin, White Masks

Glen Sean Coulthard

University of Minnesota Press

Chapter three examines the problems identified by certain anti-essentialist critiques of the politics of recognition through a gendered analysis of the decade of Indigenous mega-constitutional politics from 1982 – 1992.

Keywords:   Political theory, Indigenous politics, Settler-colonialism, Decolonization, Recognition politics, Frantz Fanon, Canada, Reconciliation, Theories of colonialism, Theories of decolonization

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