Towards an Australian Indigenous women's standpoint theory : a methodological tool
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2014) Towards an Australian Indigenous women's standpoint theory : a methodological tool. Australian Feminist Studies, 28(78), pp. 331-347.
In this article I outline an Australian Indigenous women's standpoint theory. I argue that an Indigenous women's standpoint generates problematics informed by our knowledges and experiences. Acknowledging that Indigenous women's individual experiences will differ due to intersecting oppressions produced under social, political, historical and material conditions that we share consciously or unconsciously. These conditions and the sets of complex relations that discursively constitute us in the everyday are also complicated by our respective cultural differences and the simultaneity of our compliance and resistance as Indigenous sovereign female subjects.
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Current > Research Centres > Indigenous Studies Research Network
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