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Native American narratives on history and identity: lessons for conflict resolution

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posted on 2023-09-07, 05:13 authored by Ana K. Rame

This research explores the contemporary and historical identity and, narratives of the Indigenous Peoples of the United States, hereafter Native Americans. Through an analysis of Native Americans’ narratives of power, inequality, and history, the research calls for rethinking the mainstream methods and theories and conflict resolution and advocates for the use of grassroots theories, methods, and means to bring positive and long-lasting peace. The research defends decolonization, as defined by Indigenous activists and scholars, as a form of restorative justice.

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American University

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English

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Electronic thesis available to American University authorized users only, per author's request.

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http://hdl.handle.net/1961/auislandora:70387

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