Good Reads on Being an Ally and Understanding Colonialism

By Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud
October 27, 2015

Acoose, Janice (1995) Ishwewak- Kah’ Ki Yaw Ni Wahkomakanak Neither Indian Princesses Nor Easy Squaws, Women’s Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Aime Cesaire,. (2000) Discourse on Colonialism. New York: Monthly Review Press. Arendt, H. (1994). Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil (revised and enlarged edition). New York: Penguin.

Agtuca, 2008, Jacqueline. (2008) “Beloved Women: Life Givers, Caretakers, Teachers of Future Generations” (pp.3-31). In Ed. Deer, Sarah, Bonnie Clarimont, Carrie A. Martell, and Maureen L. White Eagle Sharing out Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence. (2008) Tribal Law and Policy Institute, Altima Press, New York, United States.

Alfred, Taiaiaike and Jeff Corntassel. (2005) “Being Indigenous: Resurgences Against Contemporary Colonialism.” Government and Opposition, Blackwell.

Alfred, Taiaiaike (2005) “Restitution is the Real Pathway to Justice for Indigenous Peoples” adapted from Wasase: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom. Peterborough, ON. UTP/Broadview Press.

Altamirano-Jimenez, Isabel. (2010) Chapter 12;; “Neoliberalism, Racialized Gender and Indigeneity” in Eds. Hokowhitu, Brendan, Nathalie Kermoal, Chris Anderson, Anna Peterson, Michael Reilly, Isabel Alatmirano- Jimenez, and Poia Rewi. Indigenous Identity and Resistance: Researching the Diversity of Knowledge (2010). Otago University Press.

Anderson, Kim (2000) A Recognition of Being: Reconstructing Native Womanhood, Sumach Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Barker, Joanne. (2002) “Looking for Warrior Woman (Beyond Pocahontas).” In this bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation, ed. Gloria Anzaldúa and Ana Louise Keating. New York: Routledge, 314–25

Barker, Adam. (2010). “From Adversaries to Allies;; Forging Respectful Alliances between Indigenous and Settler Peoples” p. 316-333 in Lynne Davis (2010) Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous- Non-Indigenous Relationships. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada.

Baskin, Cyndy (2003) ‘From Victims to Leaders: Activism Against Violence Towards Women’, in Strong Women Stories: Native Vision and Community Survival, (eds.), Bonita Lawrence & Kim Anderson, Sumach Press, Toronto, Ontario , pp. 213-227.

Bauman, Zygmont. (2002) Society Under Siege. Blackwell Crey, Ernie & Suzanne Fournier (1999) Stolen from our Embrace: The Abduction of First Nations Children and the Restoration of Aboriginal Communities, Douglas & McIntyre Ltd, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Davis, Leonard J. (2006) “Constructing Normalcy” Disability Reader Second Edition. Ed. Leonard J.Davis . New York, New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. p.3-19. Da Silva, Judy (2010) “Grassy Narrows: Advocate for Mother Earth and Its Inhabitants” p.69-76 in Lynne Davis (2010) Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous- Non-Indigenous Relationships. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada.
Dean, Jodi (1995) “Reflective Solidarity” Constellations Vol 2 (1) pp.114-140, p.122.

Deer, Sarah, Bonnie Clairmont, Carie A. Martell. (2008) Sharing Our Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence. Altarima Press Drapeau, Thierry (2010) “A Glocality in the Making: Learning from the Experience of Resistance of the Secweepemc Watershed Committee against Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia” p. 213-232 in Lynne Davis (2010) Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous- Non-Indigenous Relationships. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada.

Emberley, Kim (2010) Chapter 12: “To Spirit Walk the Letter and the Law: Gender, Race, and Representational violence In Rudy Weibe and Yvonne Johnson’s Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Women.” Eds. Suzack, Cheryl, Shari M. Huhndorf, Jeanne Perrault, and Jearn Barman.

Enns, Ruth. (1999)A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing.

Eze, Emmanuel Chukwudi. (1997) Race and the Enlightenment (Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.)

Fanon, Frantz. (1961). The Wretched of the Earth. New York, Grove Press.

Foucault, Michel. (1975) Discipline and Punish Trans Alan Sheridan, 1977. Second Vintages Books Edition. Random House Publishing Inc. New York, United States, 1995.

Foucault, Michel. (1976) “Power/Knowledge” Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-1977. 1980. As printed in Philosophies of Social Science: The Classic and Contemporary Readings. 2003. Ed Gerald Delanty and Piet Strydom. Bershire, England, Open University Press.

Frankenberg, Ruth (1993) White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota

French, M. (2007). In the Shadow of Canada’s Camps. Social & Legal Studies, 16(1), 49-69

Gilchrist, Kristen (2010) “Newsworthy” Victims?;; Exploring differences in Canadian local press coverage of missing/murdered Aboriginal and White women. Feminist Media Studies. 10 (4), pg. 373-390.

Gilman, S. L. (1986). Black Bodies, White Bodies: Toward an Iconography of Female Sexuality in Late Nineteenth-Century Art, Medicine and Literature. In H. L. Gates (Ed.)”Race”, Writing and Difference (pp. 223-261). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Gilroy, P. (1987). “There Ain’t No Black In the Union Jack.” London; Routledge. Green, Joyce. (2003) “Decolonization and recolonization in Canada. In Changing Canada.

Political Economy as Transformation” ed. Wallace Clement and Leah Vosko. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 51-78.
Green, Joyce (2007) ‘Taking Account of Aboriginal Feminism’, in Making Space for Indigenous Feminism, Joyce Green (ed.), Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp. 20-32. Hampton, Mary, Carrie Bourassa & Mc-Kay-McNab, Kim (2004) ‘Racism, Sexism, and Colonialism’, Canadian Woman Studies, Vol. 24, No. 1, pg. 23-30.

Haraway Donna. (1988) “Situated knowledges: the science question in feminism and the privilege of partial perspective”. Published first in Feminist studies. As printed in Philosophies of Social Science: The Classic and Contemporary Readings. 2003. Ed Gerald Delanty and Piet Strydom. Bershire, England, Open University Press. Harris, Cheryl (1993) “Whiteness as Property” 106 Harvard Law Review. 1709-1795, 1710- 1712.

Harris, Cheryl (1993) “Whiteness as Property” 106 Harvard Law Review. 1709-1795, 1710- 1712.

Henry, Frances & Tator, Carol (2002) Discourses of Domination: Racial Bias in the Canadian English-language Press. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.

hooks, bell (1984) Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center. South End Press, Boston Massachusetts.

Huff, Andrew. (2001) “Chapter 7: Racism Against indigenous Peoples in the United States and Canada” ed. Suahs Chakma and Mariame Jensen. Els-Skolens Tykenri, Copenhagen Denmark. p.247-278

Hyde, Alan. (1997). Bodies of Law (pp. 222-240). Princeton: Princeton University Press. Jackson, R. (2005) “Security, Democracy, and the Rhetoric of Counter-Terrorism” Democracy and Security, 1:2, July, 147-171.
Jacobs, Beverly and Williams, Andrea (2008) ‘Legacy of Residential Schools: Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women’, in From Truth to Reconciliation: Transforming the Legacy of Residential Schools, Marlene Brant Castellano, Linda Archibald & Mike DeGagne (eds.), Aboriginal Healing Foundation, pp. 119-142.

Jiwani, Y. (2011). Trapped in the Carceral Net- Race, Gender, and the “War on Terror”. Global Media Journal — Canadian Edition. 4(2):13-31.

Jiwani, Y. & Young, Mary Lynn (2006) ‘Missing and Murdered Women: Reproducing Marginality in News Discourse’, Canadian Journal of Communication, Vol. 31, pp. 895-917.

Jiwani, Y. (2002). The Criminalization of “Race” and the Racialization of Crime. In W. Chan & K. Mirchandani (Eds.), Crimes of Colour: Racialization and the Criminal Justice System in Canada (pp. 67-86). Peterborough: Broadview Press.

Johnson, Jay T. (2008) Kitchen Table Discourse: Negotiating the “Tricky Ground” of Indigenous Research. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 32 (3): 127-137.

Keefer, Tom (2010) “Contradictions of Canadian Colonialism;; Non-Native Responses to the Six Nations Reclamation at Caledonia” p. 77-90 in Lynne Davis (2010) Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous- Non-Indigenous Relationships. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada.

Kinsman, Gary and Patricia Gentile. (2010) The Canadian War on Queers: National Security As Sexual Regulation. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Kinsman, Gary. (2006). “Mapping Social Relations of Struggle: Activism, Ethnography, Social Organization” in C. Frampton et. al. Sociology for the Changing World – Social Movements/Social Research Fernwood, pp.133-156, p.147

Kovach, Margaret. (2009) Indigenous methodologies: Characteristics, conversations, and contexts. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kuokkanen, Rauna, 2008. Globalization as Racialized, Sexualized Violence. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 10 (2): 216-233.

LaRocque, Emma D. (1994) Violence in Aboriginal Communities, National Clearinghouse on Family Violence, Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

LaRocque, Emma (1996) ‘The Colonization of a First Nations Scholar’, in Women of the First Nations: Power, Wisdom, and Strength, eds. Christine Miller & Patricia Chuchryk (eds.), University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, pp. 11-18.

Lavallée, Lynn Frances. (2009) Practical Application of an Indigenous Research Framework and Two Qualitative Indigenous Research Methods: Sharing Circles and Anishnaabe Symbol-Based Reflection. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 8 (1): 21-40.

Martin, Karen L. (2003) Ways of Knowing, Ways of Being and Ways of Doing: a theoretical framework and methods for Indigenous re-search and Indigenist research.. Voicing Dissent, New Talents 21C: Next Generation Australian Studies Journal of Australian Studies, 76, pp. 203-214.
Maracle, Lee. (1988) I am Woman. Press Gang Publishers. Vancouver, BC.
Marchetti, E. & Ransley, J. (2005) Unconscious Racism: Scrutinizing Judicial Reasoning in ‘Stolen Generation’ Cases. Social & Legal Studies. 14 (4), pg. 533-552.

McCalla, A., & Satzewich, V. (2002). Settler Capitalism and the Construction of Immigrants and “Indians” as Racialized Others. In W. Chan & K. Mirchandani (Eds.), Crimes of Colour: Racialization and the Criminal Justice System in Canada (pp. 25-44). Peterborough: Broadview Press.
McCorkel, Jill and Jason Rodriguez. (2009) “Are you African?” The Politics of Self-Construction in Status-Based Social Movements. Social Problems. 56 (2) University California Press p.357-384.

McGillivray, Anne & Comaskey, Brenda (1999) Black Eyes all the Time: Intimate Violence, Aboriginal Women, and the Justice System, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Meyers, Marian (1997) News Coverage of Violence Against Women: Engendering Blame, Sage Publications, Newbury Park, California.
Mignolo, Walter D. (2007) Delinking: The rhetoric of modernity, the logic of coloniality, and the grammar of de-coloniality. Cultural Studies 21 (2): 449-514.
Moane, Geraldine (1999) Gender and colonialism : a psychological analysis of oppression and liberation. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan ; New York : St. Martin’s Press.

Monture-Angus, Patricia (1995) Thunder in my Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks. Fernwood Publishing, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Moore, Robert B. (2006) ‘Racist Stereotyping in the English Language’ in Race, Class, and Gender: An Anthology (6th ed.), Margaret L. Andersen & Patricia Hill Collins (eds.),

Thompson/Wadsworth Publishing, Belmont, California, pp. 365-376.
Mukhopadhyay, Samhita (2008) ‘Trial by Media: Black Female Lasciviousness and the Question of Consent’, in Yes Means Yes: Visions of Female Sexual Power & A World Without Rape, Jaclyn Friedman & Jessica Valenti (eds.), Seal Press, Berkeley, California, pp. 151-161.

Native Women’s Association of Canada. (2010). What their stories tell us. Research findings from the Sisters in Spirit initiative. Ottawa: Native Women’s Association of Canada

Pascoe, P. (1996). Miscegenation Law, Court Cases, and Ideologies of “Race” in Twentieth- century America. The Journal of American History, 83(1), 44-69.

Razack, Sherene (1998) Looking White People in the Eye: Gender, Race, and Culture in Courtrooms and Classrooms, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario.

Razack, Sherene (2000) ‘Gendered Racial Violence and Spatialized Justice: The Murder of Pamela George’, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 91-130

Rose, W. (2002). Crimes of Color: Risk, Profiling, and the Contemporary Racialization of Social Control. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 16(2): 179- 205

Said, Edward W. (1978) Orientalism. New York: Vintage Books
Said, Edward W. (1993) Culture and Imperialism. New York: Random House, Inc.

Saloojee, Anver (2005) “Social Inclusion, Anti Racism and Democratic Citizenship” in T. Richmon and A. Saloojee (eds) Social Inclusion – Canadian Perspectives Fernwood, 2005, pp. 180-20.

Simpson, Leanne. (2004). Anticolonial strategies for the recovery and maintenance of Indigenous knowledge. American Indian Quarterly 28 (3/4): 373-384.

Smith, Andrea (2005) Conquest: Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide, South End Press, Boston, Massachusetts.

Smith, Andrea. “The Moral Limits of the Law;; Setter Colonialism and the Anti-Violence Movement” Settler colonial Studies 2 (2) 2012.

Smith, D. (1993). The Emergence of “Eskimo Status”: An Examination of the Eskimo Disk List System and Its Social Consequences, 1925-1970. In N. Dyck & J.B. Waldram (Eds.), Anthropology, Public Policy, and Native Peoples in Canada (pp. 41-74). Montreal: McGill Queens University Press.

Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. (1999). The Indigenous peoples’ project: Setting a new agenda;; Articulating an Indigenous research agenda. In Decolonizing methodologies. Research and Indigenous peoples. London/ New York: Zed Books. 107-141.

Taylor, Charles and Francis Henry. (2006) Racial Profiling in Canada – Challenging the Myth of ‘A Few Bad Apples’ University of Toronto Press.

Thompson, D. (2009). ‘Racial Ideas and Gendered Intimacies: The Regulation of Interracial Relationships in North America’. Social & Legal Studies 18: 353-371.

Tregaskis, Claire. (2004) Constructions of Disibility: Researching the interface between disabled and non-disabled people. New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group.

Wallace, Rick, Marilyn Struther, and Rick Cober Bauman (2010) “Winning Fishing Rights: The Successes and Challenges of Building Grassroots Relations between the Chippewas of Nawash and their Allies” p. 91-113 in Lynne Davis (2010) Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous- Non-Indigenous Relationships. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada.

Wanzo, Rebecca. (2008). The era of lost (white) girls: On body and event. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, 19(2), 99-126.

Waziyatawin and Michael Yellow Bird. (2005). Beginning Decolonization. In For Indigenous Eyes Only: A Decolonization Handbook, ed. Waziyatawin Angela Wilson and Michael Yellow Bird. Santa Fe: School of American Research.1-8.

Wilcox, P. (2005). Beauty and the Beast: Gendered and Raced Discourse in the News. Social & Legal Studies. Vol. 14(4): 515–532.

Williams, R.A. (1990). The American Indian in Western Legal Thought: The Discourses of Conquest. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press. Part I.

Williams, T. (2009). Intersectionality Analysis in the Sentencing of Aboriginal Women in Canada: What Difference Does it Make? In D. Cooper (Ed.) Intersectionality and Beyond: Law, Power and the Politics of Location (pp. 79-104). New York: Routledge- Cavendish.

Williamson, M. & Khiabany, G. (2010). UK: The veil and the politics of racism. Race & Class. 52(2): 85–96.

Wilson, Shawn. (2007) Guest Editorial: What is an Indigenist research paradigm? Canadian Journal of Native Education 30 (2): 193-195.

Wilson, Shawn. 2008. Research is Ceremony. Indigenous Research Methods. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.

Ybanez, Victoria. (2008) Chapter 3 “Domestic Violence: an Introduction to the Social and Legal issues for Native Women” in ed. Deer, Sarah, Bonnie Clarimont, Carrie A. Martell, and Maureen L. White Eagle Sharing out Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence. (2008) Tribal Law and Policy Institute, Altima Press, New York, United States. Pg. 49-67.


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