Settler city limits : indigenous resurgence and colonial violence in the urban prairie West /
|Imprint:||East Lansing, Michigan : Michigan State University Press, 2019.|
|Description:||ix, 358 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm|
|Subject:||Indians of North America -- Urban residence.|
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- History.
Indians of North America -- United States -- Social conditions.
Indians, Treatment of -- North America -- History.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- Social conditions.
Indians of North America -- Urban residence.
Indians, Treatment of.
United States -- Colonization -- North America.
|Format:||E-Resource Print Book|
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11973935|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: Settler City Limits
- Part 1. Life and Death
- Chapter 1. "Welcome to Winnipeg": Making Settler Colonial Urban Space in "Canada's Most Racist City"
- Chapter 2. Anti-Indian Common Sense: Border Town Violence and Resistance in Mni Luzahan
- Chapter 3. Comparative Settler Colonial Urbanisms: Racism and the Making of Inner-City Winnipeg and Minneapolis, 1940-1975
- Part 2. Land and Politics
- Chapter 4. Contested Entitlement: The Kapyong Barracks, Treaty Rights, and Settler Colonialism in Winnipeg
- Chapter 5. 118 Experiments in Regional Settler Colonization: Pursuing Justice and Producing Scale through the Montana Study
- Chapter 6. Urban Métis Communities: The Politics of Recognition, Reflexivity, and Relationality
- Part 3. Policing and Social Control
- Chapter 7. Policing Racialized Spaces
- Chapter 8. Care-To-Prison Pipeline: Indigenous Children in Twenty-First-Century Settler Colonial Economies
- Chapter 9. "I Claim in the Name of ...": Indigenous Street Gangs and Politics of Recognition in Prairie Cities
- Part 4. Contestation, Resistance, Solidarity
- Chapter 10. Talisi through the Lens: Locating Native Tulsa in the Films of Sterlin Harjo
- Chapter 11. Little Partitions on the Prairies: Muslim Identity and Settler Colonialism in Saskatchewan
- Chapter 12. Decolonizing Prairie Public Art: The Further Adventures of the Ness Namew