By, for, or about?: shifting directions in the representation of Aboriginal women
Institute for the Study of Women, Mount Saint Vincent University
In the past fifteen years much has changed respecting the representation of Aboriginal women in feminist scholarship. The emergenceof Aboriginal women's scholarship in law, education, and literature has had a major and much overdue impact on our understanding of their history and their scholarly and political agendas. A review of the literature by, for, and about Aboriginal women in the areas of history, law, education, health, and literature reveals new trends in interdisciplinarity within feminist studies of colonialism, representation, "voice," and issues of equality and empowerment.
Indigenous women , Indigenous scholars , Indigenous writers , Representation , Feminist scholarship , Feminist media , History , Law , Health , Education , Literature
Fiske, J. (2000). By, for, or about?: Shifting directions in the representaitons of Aboriginal women. Atlantis, 25(1), 11-27.