Other Worlds, Other Globalisations

(PECO 5501F, PSCI 5501F, SOCI 5504F)


Suggested readings

S3, September 26 : Religion, colonisation, and globalisation

First explorations in the struggles of indigenous communities

Akwesasne Notes, 1978 – A basic call to consciousness : Mohawk Nation via Rooseveltown. New York : Author. http://pages.slic.com/mohawkna/mnnotes.htm (external link) In : Franke Wilmer, 1993 – The Indigenous Voice in World Politics, Since Time Immemorial. Newbury Park, London, and New Delhi : Sage Publications, p 231

Tariq Ali, 2003 – The Clash of Fundamentalisms : Crusades, Jihads and Modernity. London and New York : Verso

Tariq Ali and David Barsamian, 2005 – Conversations with Tariq Ali : Speaking of Empire and Resistance. New York and London : The New Press

Laura Ammon, nd – ‘Religion and Colonialism’, Course outline for Religion 359. 1-907-4200, x 4339;
LauraAmmon@linkline.com


Jens Brøsted, Jens Dahl, Andrew Gray, and ors, eds, 1985a – Native Power, The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples. Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, and Tromsø : Universitetforlaget AS

Jens Brøsted, Jens Dahl, Andrew Gray, and ors, 1985b – ‘Introduction’, in their Native Power, The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples (Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, and Tromsø : Universitetforlaget AS), pp 7-11

Gary R Bunt, 2000 – ‘Virtually Islamic: Research and News about Islam in the Digital Age’. www.virtuallyislamic.com (external link)

Gary R Bunt, 2003 - Islam in the Digital Age: E-jihad, Online Fatwas and Cyber Islamic Environments. London: Pluto Press

Gary R Bunt, 2003b – ‘Islam in the Digital Age : Bibliography’, 42 pages, @ http://www.virtuallyislamic.com/ (external link)

Marc Ferro, 1997 – Colonization, A Global History. London and New York : Routledge

Joseph P Gudel, August 2006 – ‘Islam's Worldwide Revival’. Christian Research Institute, Charlotte, NC, USA; http://www.equip.org/free/DI200-1.htm. (external link) Also at http://www.issuesetc.org/resource/archives/islam1.htm (external link)

Charles Harper and Bryan Le Beau, nd – ‘Social Change and Religion in America : Thinking Beyond Secularization’, in The American Religious Experience, nd. Http://are.as.wvu.edu/sochange.htm (external link)

Radhakant Nayak, ed, 1997 – The Fourth World : Appraisal and Aspirations. New Delhi : Manohar

Melvin E Page and ors, ed, 2003 – Colonialism : an international social, cultural, and political encyclopedia. Melvin E Page, general editor, Penny M Sonnenburg, assistant editor. Santa Barbara, CA : ABC Clio

Robert Paine, 1985 – ‘The Claim of the Fourth World’, in Jens Brøsted, Jens Dahl, Andrew Gray, and ors, 1985 – Native Power, The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples (Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, and Tromsø : Universitetforlaget AS), pp 49-66

Ralph Todd Romero, 2004 – ‘Making war and minting Christians : Masculinity, religion, and colonialism in early New England’. PhD dissertation, Boston College, USA; @ http://escholarship.bc.edu/dissertations/AAI3122135/ (external link)

Sabrang Communications and South Asian Citizen’s Web, November 2002 – ‘The Foreign Exchange of Hate : IDRF and the American Funding of Hindutva’. http://www.stopfundinghate.org/sacw/downloads/sabrang_sacw.pdf (external link)

Marshall Sahlins, October 1999 – ‘What is Anthropological Enlightenment ? Some Lessons of the Twentieth Century’, in Annual Review of Anthropology 28, no 1 (October 1999), pp i-xxiii

B D Sharma, 1995 – Globalisation : The Tribal Encounter. New Delhi : Har-Anand? Publications

Linda Tuhiwai Smith, 1999 - Decolonizing Methodologies : Research and Indigenous People. London, UK, and Dunedin, New Zealand : Zed Books and University of Otago Press

Julio Tumuri Apaza, 1985 – ‘The Indians Are The Revolution’, in Jens Brøsted, Jens Dahl, Andrew Gray, and ors, 1985a – Native Power, The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples (Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, and Tromsø : Universitetforlaget AS), pp 67-76

Franke Wilmer, 1993a – The Indigenous Voice in World Politics, Since Time Immemorial. Newbury Park, London, and New Delhi : Sage Publications

Franke Wilmer, 1993b – ‘Fighting Back : Fourth World Peoples in the World System’, Chapter 1 in his The Indigenous Voice in World Politics, Since Time Immemorial (Newbury Park, London, and New Delhi : Sage Publications), pp 1-29

James Zoth, 2005 – ‘Local Islam Gone Global : The Roots of Religious Militancy in Egypt and its Transnational Transformation’, in June Nash, ed, 2005 – Social Movements ; An Anthropological Reader, Oxford, UK : Blackwell, pp 117-145

Some specific references to the Canadian situation – please add ! :

Taiaiake Alfred, 1995 – Heeding the Voices of Our Ancestors : Kahnawake Mohawk Politics and the Rise of Native Nationalism. Don Mills, Ontario : Oxford University Press

Taiaiake Alfred, 1999 – Peace, Power, Righteousness, An Indigenous Manifesto. Don Mills, Ontario : Oxford University Press

Taiaiake Alfred, 2005 – Wasase: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom. Peterborough: Broadview Press

Elizabeth Furniss, 2000 [1992, 1995] – Victims of Benevolence, The Dark Legacy of the Williams Lake Residential School. Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press

Agnes Grant, 2004 – Finding My Talk, How Fourteen Native Women Reclaimed Their Lives after Residential School. Calgary : Fifth House

Noel Dyck, 1984 – Indigenous Peoples and the Nation-State? : Fourth World Politics in Canada, Australia and Norway. St John’s : Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Norma Sluman and Jean Goodwill, 1982 – John Tootoosis : A biography of a Cree leader. Ottawa : Golden Dog Press


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