This project, called Transnationally Indigenous, looks at Indigenous people’s involvement in shaping the world both in the past and present. We are specifically studying Indigenous delegations between Japan, China, and Canada from the 1970s to the 2010s.

The Transnationally Indigenous Project uses a world-making perspective, a framework that emphasizes the ways in which humans spend much of their time and creative energy not just resisting oppressive frameworks, but also working in diverse ways towards creating better futures. Using a world-making approach, we argue that…Read More.


SFU Aboriginal
Strategic Initiative