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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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Evenki Adolescents’ Identities

Negotiating the Modern and the Traditional in Educational Settings

Svetlana Huusko

Publishers . Kupferman , David W. 2013 . Disassembling and Decolonizing School in the Pacific: A Genealogy from Micronesia . New York : Springer . 10.1007/978-94-007-4673-2 Lucero , Jose A. 2008 . Struggles of Voice: The Politics of Indigenous

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Lamazhaa Chimiza

State University and Kyzyl: Tuvan State University . Shoigu , S. K. , ed. 2007–2009 . Uriankhai. Tuva depter . [Uriankhai. Tuvan Essays] . 7 vols. Moscow : Slovo . Smith , L. T. 1999 . Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous

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Pomors, Pomor’e, and the Russian North

A Symbolic Space in Cultural and Political Context

Yuri P. Shabaev, Igor Zherebtsov, Kim Hye Jin, and Kim Hyun Taek

of the European north at the end of the 1980s ( Shabaev 2006 ). If one takes into account the data from the 2010 Census then the decrease of population since 1989 amounts to almost one-third. In fact, today the process of decolonization of the

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Seized in Beirut

The Plundered Archives of the Palestinian Cinema Institution and Cultural Arts Section

Rona Sela

that struggle the most gigantic cultural, scientific, and artistic manifestation of our time, the great possibility of constructing a liberated personality with each people as the starting point – in a word, the decolonization of culture. The film

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Chiara Bonfiglioli

contributions by Rada Iveković, Renata Jambreš ić-Kirin, and Svetlana Slapšak; (2) “Decolonizing Space/Time,” a section dedicated to the convergence of postcolonial and postsocialist studies, with interventions by Madina Tlostanova and Irina Novikova referring

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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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The ‘Frame’ at Adab

American Archaeological Misbehaviour in Late Ottoman Iraq (1899–1905)

Jameel Haque

: 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

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‘People-Place-Process’ and Attachment in the Museum

A New Paradigm for Understanding Belonging?

Susannah Eckersley

: 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

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Ten Years After

Communism and Feminism Revisited

Francisca de Haan, Kristen Ghodsee, Krassimira Daskalova, Magdalena Grabowska, Jasmina Lukić, Chiara Bonfiglioli, Raluca Maria Popa, and Alexandra Ghit

“Feminist Revisionist Scholars” pursue, I would argue, projects of decolonizing canonized historical accounts, there are important differences in the strategies employed and the arguments seen as most in need of revision. My main interest is in the process