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Guest Editor: J. Kēhaulani Kauanui
Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies (ADCS) is an international peer reviewed and open access journal to the study of new and emerging perpsectives in anarchist thought. ADCS is an attempt to bring anarchist thought into contact with innumerable points of connection. We publish articles, reviews/debates, announcements and unique contributions that: (1) adopt an anarchist perpective with regards to analyses of language, discourse, culture, and power, (2) investigate various facets of anarchist thought and practice from a non-anarchist standpoint, and (3) investigate or incorporate elements of non-anarchist thought and practice from the standpoint of traditional anarchist thought.
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- The Politics of Indigeneity, Anarchist Praxis, and Decolonization J. Kēhaulani Kauanui 9-42
- Land and Liberty: Settler Acknowledgement in Anarchist Pedagogies of Place Theresa Warburton 43-70
- Life Beyond the State: Regenerating Indigenous International Relations and Everyday Challenges to Settler Colonialism Jeff Corntassel 71-97
- Indigeneity, Sovereignty, Anarchy: A Dialog With Many Voices Gord Hill, Allan Antliff 99-118
- Anarchisms Otherwise: Pedagogies of Anarco-Indigenous Feminist Critique Macarena Gómez-Barris 119-131
- Gardens of Political Transformation: Indigenism, Anarchism and Feminism Embodied Mary Tuti Baker 133-165
- Gabriel Kuhn (Ed.), Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North Kimberly Croswell 167-173
- Bas Umali, Pangayaw and Decolonizing Resistance: Anarchism in the Philippines (Gabriel Kuhn Ed.) Claudia C. Lodia 175-178