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“One Would at Least Like to Be Asked”

Habermas on Popular Sovereignty, Self-Determination, and German Unification

Peter J. Verovšek

Should the democratic self-determination of the citizens of the GDR or the unification of all Germans in one nation-state take priority? . . . Once we are clear on this, then we also see that the principle of self-determination is incompatible

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Indigenous peoples: Self‐determination, knowledge, indigeneity edited by Minde, Henry


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Indigenous Peoples of Siberia and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century

Uliana Vinokurova

Translator : Tatiana Argounova-Low


Abstract: The article provides a review of various strategies the peoples of Siberia undertake to reestablish their identity, their cultural identity, and rights to their land. The article aims to analyze the modern challenges that the indigenous peoples of Siberia face and their responses to such challenges. The article presents five models of survival strategies used by the peoples of Siberia.

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Tlingit Repatriation in Museums

Ceremonies of Sovereignty

Aldona Jonaitis

Recently, Tsimshian art historian Mique’l Dangeli (2016: 75, 86) has written on “dancing sovereignty,” which she defines as self-determination carried out through the creation of performances (oratory, songs, and dances) that adhere to and expand upon

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Sovereignty, Prefigurative Politics, and Basques’ Joy to Decide

Julieta Gaztañaga

Gure Esku Dago (GED), in English “It's in our hands,” is a social movement fighting for the independence of the Basque Country. It was launched in 2013, building on a long history of local grassroots mobilizations for the right to self-determination

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Reimagining Democracy through Syria's Wartime Sharia Committees

Emma Findlen LeBlanc

informants’ narratives about justice, pluralism, self-determination and democracy should not be accepted as objective, or even always accurate, depictions of the actual operations of the Sharia Committees. However, their narratives provide valuable insights

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Red Ribbon Skirts and Cultural Resurgence

Kimihko sîmpân iskwêwisâkaya êkwa sihcikêwin waniskâpicikêwin

Kari Dawn Wuttunee, Jennifer Altenberg, and Sarah Flicker

and remove legitimate rights to self-determination. The 1867 Indian Act enshrined colonial gender norms by privileging patrilineal descent even in matrilineal cultures. As documented extensively by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

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We All We Got

Urban Black Ecologies of Care and Mutual Aid

Ashanté M. Reese and Symone A. Johnson

Communism, and the Problem of Workers’ Control .: Radical America 11 , no. 6 ( 1977 ): 99 – 122 . Bradley , Katherine , and Ryan E. Galt . 2014 . “ Practicing Food Justice at Dig Deep Farms &. Produce, East Bay Area, California: Self-Determination

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Anxious Breath

An Autoethnographic Exploration of Non-binary Queerness, Vulnerability, and Recognition in Step Out

Lara Bochmann and Erin Hampson

conquers the possibility for questioning norms, for tiny fissures to crack, and for norms to be destabilized in ever so subtle ways. We understand the willful engagement with the unavoidable “outside” as political, even when our agency and self-determination

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Editor's Introduction

Sharon A. Kowalsky

Vladimir Putin's devastating attack not only on the Ukrainian people and their culture, but also on the very principles of national self-determination. As historians of and in the region, we particularly condemn the misinterpretations, distortions, and