Sarah Mackenzie

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Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

A Mechanism of Decolonization

Despite a recent increase in the productivity and popularity of Indigenous playwrights in Canada, most critical and academic attention has been devoted to the work of male dramatists, leaving … 192 View
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Violence against Indigenous Women and Dramatic Subversion

From: Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

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The first chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada articulates the purpose of the book in light of continued violence against Indigenous women and girls, to demonstrate the links … 29 $2.90 Add
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Reclaiming Our Grandmothers in Monique Mojica’s Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots and Birdwoman and the Suffragettes: a Story of Sacajawea

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The second chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada examines the following works: Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots by Monique Mojica, and Birdwoman and the Suffragettes: the … 40 $4.00 Add
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Community and Resistance in Marie Clements’ The Unnatural and Accidental Women and Now Look What You Made Me Do

From: Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada

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The third chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada looks at the works of Marie Clements, including The Unnatural and Accidental Woman, and Now Look What You Made Me Do. The chapter … 36 $3.60 Add
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Media, Gendered Violence and Dramatic Resistance in Yvette Nolan’s Annie Mae’s Movement and Blade.

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The fourth chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada looks at the works of Yvette Nolan, specifically Annie Mae’s Movement and Blade. First, the author introduces Yvette … 35 $3.50 Add
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Indigenous Women’s Theatre: A Transnational Mechanism of Decolonization

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The fifth and final chapter of Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada considers drama and theatre as a method of decolonization and as a process of educating about and healing from violence … 12 $1.20 Add