Transcontinental dialogues: Activist alliances with Indigenous peoples of Canada, Mexico, and Australia

  • Marc Alcalà-i-Rams Universitat de Barcelona
  • Alessandro Romaniello Universitat de Barcelona
Paraules clau: activismo, pueblos indígenas

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Transcontinental dialogues: Activist alliances with Indigenous peoples of Canada, Mexico, and Australia
Rosalva Aída Hernández Castillo, Suzi Hutchings i Brian Noble (eds.) (2019)
Tucson: The University of Arizona Press
264 p.
ISBN: 978-08-1653-857-7

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2022-06-14
How to Cite
Alcalà-i-Rams , M., & Romaniello, A. (2022). Transcontinental dialogues: Activist alliances with Indigenous peoples of Canada, Mexico, and Australia. Quaderns De l’Institut Català d’Antropologia, (37 (2), 503-506. https://doi.org/10.56247/qua.378