Idle No More: do reconhecimento ao ressurgimento indígena no Canadá

  • Isabel Altamirano University of Alberta
  • Julian Castro-Rea University of Alberta
Palavras-chave: colonialismo de colonos, campo indigenista, reconhecimento e direitos indígenas, ressurgimento indígena, terra e território, práticas políticas

Resumo

Neste artigo se pretende analizar a constituição do movimento indígena No Más Pasividad de Canadá, as ideias que o sustentam, assim como a evolução das práticas políticas do movimento indígena dos anos 1960 à atualidade. Se optou por combinar o conceito de campo de Bourdieu e de colonialismo de colonos para entender como o contexto indigenista e o tipo de recursos ou capitais que os distintos atores disputavam determinam as limitações do reconhecimento liberal. Se defende que o movimento No Más Passividad não apenas se opõe ao reconhecimento liberal da indianidade e dos direitos indígenas, mas também busca reclamar e reconstituir espaços indígenas autónomos do Estado, assim como redefinir a discussão sobre os direitos indígenas.

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Publicado
2017-03-23
Como Citar
Altamirano, I., & Castro-Rea, J. (2017). Idle No More: do reconhecimento ao ressurgimento indígena no Canadá. Estudos Ibero-Americanos, 43(1), 10-20. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-864X.2017.1.24312
Seção
Dossiê: Atores e trajetórias do campo indigenista na Américas