AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples is a multidisciplinary, internationally peer-reviewed journal published quarterly. It aims to present indigenous worldviews from native indigenous perspectives. It is dedicated to the analysis and dissemination of native indigenous knowledge that uniquely belongs to cultural, traditional, tribal and aboriginal peoples as well as first nations, from around the world.
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Call for Papers - Visualizing the Street
ASCA Cities Project - Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam
Application deadline extended until September 14 for stipends to attend
STARVATION AS A POLITICAL TOOL SYMPOSIUM
The Irish Famine, the Armenian Genocide, the Ukrainian Holodomor, and Genocide by Attrition in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan
University of Toronto
From its beginnings in the context of the medieval land consolidation through to flight and expulsion as a result of the Second World War and the arrival of (Late) Repatriates (Spätaussiedler) in Germany, the history of the Germans in Eastern Europe is a history of migration movements, which were caused by social, economic, political, religious, cultural and other factors.