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Indigenous Religious Traditions Unit and Religion and Ecology Unit

Call for Proposals

CO-SPONSORED SESSION: Indigenous Religious Traditions Unit and Religion and Ecology Unit
Call for Papers: Indigenous Ecologies: Indigenous Nature Relationships, Rights, and Climate Change
In contrast with settler colonial modes of consumption and objectification, Indigenous Peoples often hold relationships with the natural world as integrated into kinship, reciprocal, and spiritual networks. In a global context, what are ways that Indigenous Peoples conceive of and maintain these natural relationships? How do Indigenous authors, intellectuals, and languages shape of these relationships? In light of climate change, what are political, legal and spiritual evolutions to these Indigenous ecologies? Successful papers will integrate Indigenous language, philosophies and ecological activism.

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Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members until after final acceptance/rejection