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Sebastian Garbe 
Weaving Solidarity 
Decolonial Perspectives on Transnational Advocacy of and with the Mapuche

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In the Global South, Indigenous and Native people continue to live under colonial relations within formally independent nation-states. Sebastian Garbe offers a critical perspective on contemporary expressions of international solidarity and transnational advocacy. He combines approaches from critical race and decolonial studies with an activist ethnography on networked spaces of encounters created through solidarity activism by Mapuche and non-Mapuche actors. Departing from those experiences, this book not only presents potential pitfalls of transnational advocacy but suggests new ways of understanding and practicing solidarity.
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Sebastian Garbe, born in 1986, works as a researcher and lecturer at the institute of sociology at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen. He completed his doctorate there in 2020 and is a member of the Research Network in Queer Studies, Decolonial Feminisms, and Cultural Transformations. His teaching and research were awarded with the Dr.-Herbert-Stolzenberg-Award for the Study of Culture in 2017 and 2020 and focuses on post- and decolonial theory as well as on protest and social movements.
Idioma Inglés ● Formato PDF ● Páginas 350 ● ISBN 9783839458259 ● Editorial transcript Verlag ● Ciudad Bielefeld ● País DE ● Publicado 2021 ● Edición 1 ● Descargable 24 meses ● Divisa EUR ● ID 7773530 ● Protección de copia DRM social

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