, decolonization, autonomism, and other widespread discourses, as well as the need to regulate social and political control in many stateless regions ( Siegelberg 2020 ). In addition to the traditionally important and widely studied cases of the Western
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Aleksandr Korobeinikov and Egor Antonov
Matthew P. Romaniello
Russian imperialism continues to leave a strong imprint on indigenous cultures across Siberia, and throughout the Russian Federation and the post-Soviet republics. Imperialism is invasive and persistent, and it might be impossible to escape its consequences. In 1986, African novelist and postcolonial theorist Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o published his influential essay collection, Decolonising the Mind: The Politics of Language in African Literature. One of his arguments is that no postcolonial subject could be free from the constraints of imperialism until she or he succeeded in freeing the mind from the trap of an imposed (and foreign) language. Ngũgĩ’s experience was based on his own life growing up in Kenya, but his lesson is as applicable to Siberia as it is for East Africa. For indigenous Siberians, language and education are at the forefront of the ongoing postcolonial struggle to maintain their cultural identities in modern Russia.
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Philip McDermott and Sara McDowell
supranational community that arose through the gradual enlargement of external boundaries and the removal of internal ones. Beyond Europe: Decolonizing Heritage and Transcultural Encounters Carsten Wergin and Elaine McIlwraith's papers look beyond Europe
A Transnational Reading of Women's Life Writing about Wartime Rape in Germany and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Agatha Schwartz and Tatjana Takševa
Renee Linklater, Decolonizing Trauma Work: Indigenous Stories and Strategies (Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 2016), 25. 34 See Birgit Dahlke, “Tagebuch des Überlebens: Vergewaltigungen 1945 in ost- und west-deutschen Autobiographien” [Rapes in 1945 as
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American Archaeological Misbehaviour in Late Ottoman Iraq (1899–1905)
: Chicago ). Porter , B. ( 2010 ), ‘ Near Eastern Archaeology: Imperial Pasts, Postcolonial Presents, and the Possibilities of a Decolonized Future ’, in Handbook of Postcolonial Archaeology , (ed.) J. Lydon and U. Rizvi , ( Walnut Creek, CA
Emma Findlen LeBlanc
), ‘ Decolonizing the Centralist Mind: Legal Pluralism and the Rule of Law ’, in The International Rule of Law Movement: A Crisis of Legitimacy and the Way Forward , (ed.) D. Marshall , ( Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press ), 135 – 165 . Just , P
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: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization ( Stanford : Stanford University Press ). 10.1515/9780804783330 Scannell , L. and R. Gifford ( 2010 ), ‘ Defining Place Attachment: A Tripartite Organizing Framework ’, Journal of Environmental
Richard Meissner and Jeroen Warner
decolonization of Namibia, for which Angola allowed its territory as a shelter for the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) resistance movement, which, after independence became Namibia's ruling party ( Meissner, 2016 ). Although the subsequent