Resurgence And Reconciliation

Author by : Michael Asch
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Resurgence and Reconciliation is a multi-disciplinary, critical, and constructive analysis of the two major schools of thought in Indigenous-Settler relationships today: the reformist narrative of reconciliation and the more revolutionary resurgence school.


I Will Not Use The Word Reconciliation Exploring Settler Un Certainty Indigenous Refusal And Decolonization Through A Life History Project With Jean Koning

Author by : Emma Langley
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Description : This thesis centres on a series of intergenerational life history interviews with and about Jean Koning, a 95-year-old white Settler woman who has engaged in different forms of Indigenous-Settler solidarity work for over fifty years-work that is highly regarded by many Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in southwestern and central Ontario. I bring Jean?s stories and perspectives, many of which stand in stark contrast to dominant discourses of "reconciliation" into conversation with scholars who examine Indigenous refusal and Settler (un)certainty. Through this, I attempt to better understand how colonial knowledge structures and ways of thinking operate in practise, how these might be resisted, and how this resistance relates to land repatriation.I argue that a commitment to unsettling uncertainty and to meaningful listening may be required by Settlers in a stand against various colonial ways of thinking, such as cognitive imperialism.KEYWORDS: Indigenous-Settler relations; Settler uncertainty; Indigenous refusal; Settler futurity; decolonization;cognitive imperialism;resurgence; life history; critical reconciliation.


Reconciling Indigenous Exceptionality

Author by : Olivia Burgess
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Description : This thesis is concerned with the Canadian state's rhetoric of reconciliation, the logic of exceptionality that supports it, and the ways this logic helps soften Indigenous communities for resource development. In formulating my theoretical framework, I draw from Agamben's theories of sovereignty and states of exception, Mark Rifkin's reworking of Agamben's theories to accommodate a settler-colonial context, Pauline Wakeham's application of the logic of exceptionality to rhetorics of apology and terrorism, and Glen Coulthard's concepts of translation (as the attempt to bring Indigenous discourses and life ways into the realm of a Western/settler-colonial discourse of state sovereignty) and grounded normativity (as a way of making visible the contingency of such narratives of state sovereignty). Following the work of James Tully and John Borrows in Resurgence and Reconciliation, particularly the argument that transformative reconciliation must involve reconciliation with the living earth, my project aims to show that official reconciliation actually prevents the possibility of transformative reconciliation because of the role it plays in furthering an extractivist agenda by "exceptionalizing" Indigenous peoples and life-ways to rhetorically contain Indigenous anti-colonial or anti-industry actions, physically contain Indigenous dissenters during moments of crisis (i.e. states of exception), pre-emptively frame Indigenous dissenters as terroristic, and foreclose discussions of ongoing colonialism.


Resurgence

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Pathways Of Reconciliation

Author by : Aimée Craft
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Publisher by : Univ. of Manitoba Press
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Description : Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its Calls to Action in June 2015, governments, churches, non-profit, professional and community organizations, corporations, schools and universities, clubs and individuals have asked: “How can I/we participate in reconciliation?” Recognizing that reconciliation is not only an ultimate goal, but a decolonizing process of journeying in ways that embody everyday acts of resistance, resurgence, and solidarity, coupled with renewed commitments to justice, dialogue, and relationship-building, Pathways of Reconciliation helps readers find their way forward. The essays in Pathways of Reconciliation address the themes of reframing, learning and healing, researching, and living. They engage with different approaches to reconciliation (within a variety of reconciliation frameworks, either explicit or implicit) and illustrate the complexities of the reconciliation process itself. They canvass multiple and varied pathways of reconciliation, from Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives, reflecting a diversity of approaches to the mandate given to all Canadians by the TRC with its Calls to Action. Together the authors — academics, practitioners, students and ordinary citizens — demonstrate the importance of trying and learning from new and creative approaches to thinking about and practicing reconciliation and reflect on what they have learned from their attempts (both successful and less successful) in the process.


Indigenous Peoples And International Trade

Author by : John Borrows
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is seen primarily as an international human rights instrument. However, the Declaration also encompasses cultural, social and economic rights. Taken in the context of international trade and investment, the UN Declaration is a valuable tool to support economic self-determination of Indigenous peoples. This volume explores the emergence of Indigenous peoples' participation in international trade and investment, as well as how it is shaping legal instruments in environment and trade, intellectual property and traditional knowledge. One theme that is explored is agency. From amicus interventions at the World Trade Organization to developing a future precedent for a 'Trade and Indigenous Peoples Chapter', Indigenous peoples are asserting their right to patriciate in decision-making. The authors, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous experts on trade and investment legal, provide needed ideas and recommendations for governments, academia and policy thinkers to achieve economic reconciliation.


The Bulgarian Resurgence

Author by : Assen Nicoloff
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Revival And Resurgence In Christian History

Author by : Ecclesiastical History Society. Summer Meeting
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Description : The revival and stimulation of ideas and practices are the focus of this wide-ranging collection.


Siamese Resurgence

Author by : Sulak Sivaraksa
Languange : en
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The Resurgence Of Central Asia

Author by : Ahmed Rashid
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zed Books
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Description : Journalist Rashid covers the history, geography, economy, and social system of five ancient, predominantly Muslim nations that with the breakup of the Soviet Union, have suddenly become independent states: Kazackstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. He compares the revolutions of 1917 and 1991 and delves into how their experiences under communism will shape their future. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR


Reconciliation And The Search For A Shared Moral Landscape

Author by : Maria Ericson
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Publisher by : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
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Description : This book focuses on reconciliation in Northern Ireland and South Africa. The overarching aim is to identify «formal and material conditions», or prerequisites, for reconciliation and moral community (or more precisely a «shared moral landscape»). In both countries obstacles to reconciliation can be found in the following elements of a «moral landscape»: Experiences of trauma, separation and inequalities; divergent views of the conflict and of «the other»; opposing identifications and loyalties; certain norms for interaction and contestant interpretations of values such as «peace» and «justice». This book describes how these obstacles have been addressed in: 1) Efforts, particularly by ecumenical groups, to bridge the Catholic/Protestant divide in Northern Ireland. 2) The work of, and debates surrounding, the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. On the basis of these dialogues in adverse circumstances, this study then suggests some prerequisites for «emancipatory conversations» - a central question in the search for a global ethics.


Reconciliation

Author by : Oliver Rafferty
Languange : en
Publisher by : Columba Press (IE)
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The Limits Of Settler Colonial Reconciliation

Author by : Sarah Maddison
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book investigates whether and how reconciliation in Australia and other settler colonial societies might connect to the attitudes of non-Indigenous people in ways that promote a deeper engagement with Indigenous needs and aspirations. It explores concepts and practices of reconciliation, considering the structural and attitudinal limits to such efforts in settler colonial countries. Bringing together contributions by the world’s leading experts on settler colonialism and the politics of reconciliation, it complements current research approaches to the problems of responsibility and engagement between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.


Race And Reconciliation

Author by : Jack W. Hayford
Languange : en
Publisher by : Nelson Reference & Electronic Pub
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Description : This guide charts a course through repentance, reconciliation, healing, and effective ministry together. Hayford discusses practical ways to heal wounds caused by prejudice because of skin color or cultural background.


The Reconciliation Of Classes And Races

Author by : Sharon Mei Tan
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Description : This book proposes argues that reconciliation can provide a common framework or a political agreement to govern multiracial and multiethnic societies. The study includes detailed case studies on making reconciliation between ethnic groups possible in the United States and Malaysia.


Reconciliation And Welfare

Author by : David Kime Androff
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Democracy And Reconciliation

Author by : Laurenti Magesa
Languange : en
Publisher by : Action Publishers
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Description : "The contributors creatively explore the theme of 'democracy', noting its openness to a wide variety of meanings and interpretations. The book lucidly documents the fact that although in practice 'democracy' may not be perfect or easily attainable, its tenets are worth promoting in every society and nation everywhere. The Church has a responsibility to engage itself in this endeavour, beginning with itself and radiating its exemplary teaching and action throughout the rest of society. Appreciating the role of the Church as an agent of reconciliation, the book urges for the enhancement of that role in every nation. The book extends the challenge to Africans in general, and theologians in particular, to critically reflect on the democratization and reconciliation processes in their respective nations, in order to facilitate a meeting of minds concerning the destiny of Africa."--


Gates Of Reconciliation

Author by : Frank Stewart
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Hawaii Press
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Description : "In this anthology of essays, fiction, and poetry set in South America, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Asia, the United States, and elsewhere, a diverse group of writers explores the role of literature in confronting the most pressing issue of our time: how individuals, communities, and nations can reconcile differences and grievances and forge a future with a renewed sense of dignity and mutual respect. In these works, past and present conflicts - some resolved and some not - are illuminated by literature, uncovering the complexities, subtleties, gestures, and necessary deliberations of forgiveness and healing. The urgency of such deliberations is captured by guest editor Barry Lopez when he asks, "Who will heed the plea of Everychild for a less brutal future?"--Book cover.


Truth And Reconciliation Commission Of South Africa Report

Author by : South Africa. Truth and Reconciliation Commission
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Publisher by : Commission
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Description : CD-ROM contains full text of print volumes and expanded name index.


Poetry As A Theoretical Framework For Resurgence

Author by : Simone-Hélène Truemner-Caron
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Description : In the wake of the devastating residential school legacy, Indigenous critical theorists are rejecting the model of reconciliation proposed by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission because it perpetuates colonial agendas. Their alternative to reconciliation is resurgence, or the use of Indigenous schools of thought in policy development. Resurgence springs from a celebration of Indigenous cultures and traditions. This thesis establishes the presence of resurgence in the poetry of three Indigenous female québecois poets of three generations: Joséphine Bacon, Virginia Pasamapéo Bordeleau, and Natasha Kanapé Fontaine. The first chapter is comprised of a literature review focusing on two subjects: 1) my right as a non-Native critic to analyze Indigenous literature, and 2) the rejection of reconciliation in favour of resurgence by leading Indigenous critical theorists in Canada. The second chapter identifies orality as a key aspect of resurgence, and its presence in the poetry of the three authors. The third chapter maps the poets' work in connection to land-based knowledge and stories, as further proof of the presence of resurgence. Through the analysis of remediation, decolonizing language and various other factors explored throughout this thesis, it is confirmed that Bacon, Bordeleau and Fontaine all incorporate resurgence into their work, thus inspiring readers of all cultures to take action on environmental and Indigenous issues.


East Asia S Haunted Present Historical Memories And The Resurgence Of Nationalism

Author by : Tsuyoshi Hasegawa
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Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : This collection of essays by leading scholars from Japan, China, South Korea, and the United States examines how and why bitter historical memories have resurfaced in recent years as freshly virulent and contentious issues between Japan and its neighbors—especially China and South Korea. Moreover, it seeks to identify what set of conditions and what sequence of measures will enable these modern nations to manage, palliate, and exorcise the wrongs of the past in a spirit of reconciliation, so that the dangerous growth of nationalist resentments and revanchism can be checked. Comfort women ... the Yasukuni Shrine ... the history textbook controversies ... The single sorest issue confronting East Asia today is the growing animosity and conflict between Japan and its neighbors—especially China and South Korea—over their respective and collective memories of Japan's pre-1945 militaristic aggression, oppression, and atrocities. Even as East Asia has established itself as one of the most vibrant economic regions of the world, the strident nationalisms that have emerged here in the post-Cold War period have exacerbated historical grievances and heightened the international tensions that separate Japan from China and South Korea, blocking the development of an international system based on comity and cooperation.


The Resurgence Of Pupil Power

Author by : Reuben Mogano
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Resurgence Of The Gospel

Author by : Taito Almar Kantonen
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Reconciliation Transitional And Indigenous Justice

Author by : Krushil Watene
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Reconciliation, Transitional and Indigenous Justice presents fifteen reflections upon justice twenty years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa introduced a new paradigm for political reconciliation in settler and post-colonial societies. The volume considers processes of political reconciliation, appraising the results of South Africa's Commission, of the recently concluded Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and of the on-going process of the Waitangi Tribunal of Aotearoa New Zealand. Contributors discuss the separate politics of Indigenous resurgence, linguistic justice, environmental justice and law. Further contributors present a theoretical symposium focused on The Conceptual Foundations of Transitional Justice, authored by Colleen Murphy, who provides a response to their comments. Indigenous and non-Indigenous voices from four regions of the world are represented in this critical assessment of the prospects for political reconciliation, for transitional justice and for alternative, nascent conceptions of just politics. Radically challenging assumptions concerning sovereignty and just process in the current context of settler-colonial states, Reconciliation, Transitional and Indigenous Justice will be of great interest to scholars of Ethics, Indigenous Studies, Transitional Justice and International Relations more broadly. With the addition of one chapter from The Round Table, the chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue in the Journal of Global Ethics.


The Decline And Resurgence Of Congress

Author by : James L. Sundquist
Languange : en
Publisher by : Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution
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Description : The Decline and Resurgence of Congress, after reviewing relations between president and Congress over two centuries, traces the long series of congressional decisions that created the modern presidency and relates these to certain weaknesses that the Congress recognized in itself.


Beyond Rhetoric

Author by : Samuel G. Hines
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Description : Take an unforgettable exploration of reconciliation that moves beyond rhetoric to personal action in this inspiring and practical study of reconciliation theology.