In Good Relation TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction
The Uninvited
Us

Ch. 1—Making Matriarchs at Coqualeetza: Stó:lō Women’s Politics and Histories across Generations

Ch. 2 Sami Feminist Moments: Decolonization and Indigenous Feminism

Ch. 3—“It Just Piles On, and Piles On, and Piles On:” Young Indigenous Women and the Colonial Imagination

Ch. 4—“Making an honest effort”: Indian Homemakers’ Clubs and Complex Settler Engagements

Ch. 5—Reclaiming Traditional Gender Roles: A Two-spirit Critique

Ch. 6—Reading Chrystos for Feminisms that Honour Two-Spirit Erotics

Ch. 7—Naawenangweyaabeg Coming In: Intersections of Indigenous Sexuality and Spirituality

Ch. 8—Morning Star, Sun, and Moon Share the Sky: (Re)membering Two-spirit Identity through Culture-Centered HIV Prevention Curriculum for Indigenous Youth

Ch. 9—Honouring our Great-Grandmothers: Or, an Ode to the Urban Indigenous Feminists “who didn’t take shit from nobody!”

Ch. 10—on anishinaabe parental kinship with black girl life: 21st century ([de]colonial) turtle island

Ch. 11—Towards an Indigenous Relational Aesthetics: Making Native Love

Ch. 12—Conversations on Indigenous Feminism

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