New issue of ‘Sites’ – with contributions from the Space, Race, Bodies II: Sovereignty and Migration in a Carceral Age conference

Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural StudiesThe latest issue of Sites features contributions from the Space, Race, Bodies II: Sovereignty and Migration in a Carceral Age conference: https://sites.otago.ac.nz/Sites/issue/view/41

Sites Vol 14 No 1 2017 CARCERAL CONTINUITIES: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND THE COLONIAL POLITICS OF PRISONS

Edited by

Holly Randell-Moon, Bell Murphy, and Pounamu Jade Aikman 

Editorial

He Kupu Tīmata: Editorial

Pounamu Jade William Emery Aikman

Articles

Space, Race, Bodies – A Conference Theme, A Timely Reminder

Moana Jackson

Carceral Recognition and the Colonial Present at the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge

Margaret Rose Boyce

Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and Biopower: The Carceral Trajectories of Canada’s Forced Removals of Indigenous Children and the Contemporary Prison System

David MacDonald, Jacqueline Gillis

Trouble on the Frontier: Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Sovereignty, and State Violence

Pounamu Jade William Emery Aikman

Paperless Arrests as Preventive Detention: Motion and Documentation in the Governance of Indigenous Peoples of Australia

Liam Grealy

Book Reviews Essay

UNDRIP Ten Years On: The Struggle For Peace in a Settler Colonial World

Pounamu Jade William Emery Aikman

 

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