CLAUDIA MITCHELL & RELEBOHILE MOLETSANE (Eds.). Disrupting Shameful Legacies: Girls and Young Women Speak Back through the Arts to Address Sexual Violence. Leiden, London: Koninklijke Brill. (2018). 345pp. (ISBN 978-90-04-37769-1

Authors

  • Lori Beavis independent scholar with short term contracts (2016, 2017, 2018-19) at McGill University

Keywords:

girls, sexual violence, colonialism

Author Biography

Lori Beavis, independent scholar with short term contracts (2016, 2017, 2018-19) at McGill University

Lori Beavis is an independent scholar, curator, art educator and art historian living and working in Tiohtià:ke/ Montreal. Her curatorial work, art practice and research, articulates narrative and memory in the context of family and cultural history, and reflects on cultural identity, art education and self-representation.

References

Amnesty International (2009). No More Stolen Sisters: The Need for a Comprehensive

Response to Discrimination and Violence Against Indigenous Women in Canada http://

www.amnesty.ca/sites/default/files/ amr200122009enstolensistersupdate.pdf.

Anderson, K., Campbell, M., &Belcourt, C. (Eds.) (2018) Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters, University of Alberta Press.

Borrow, J. (2013). “Aboriginal and Treaty Rights and Violence against Women” Osgoode

Hall Law Journal 50(3), 699736.

Bubar, R. & Jumper Thurman, P. (2004) “Violence Against Native Women” Social Justice

, 31(4), 7086.

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Published

2021-05-30

How to Cite

Beavis, L. (2021). CLAUDIA MITCHELL & RELEBOHILE MOLETSANE (Eds.). Disrupting Shameful Legacies: Girls and Young Women Speak Back through the Arts to Address Sexual Violence. Leiden, London: Koninklijke Brill. (2018). 345pp. (ISBN 978-90-04-37769-1. McGill Journal of Education / Revue Des Sciences De l’éducation De McGill, 55(2). Retrieved from https://mje.mcgill.ca/article/view/9729

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