Salaita argues that the project of Indigenous Studies is inherently comparative, citing numerous examples of productive intercultural scholarship, he explores historical, cultural, and politicalrelationships among Native North Americans and Palestinian Arabs to illuminate some of the ways that comparison offers the potential for new directions in both scholarly and activist communities. He contextualizes this analysis with a broader discussion of the ethics of scholarship in Indigenous Studies, paying special attention to the relationship of nationalistic commitment to intercultural methodologies.
The Ethics of Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Studies
Conjoining Natives and Palestinians in Context
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Issue:Vol 1 No 1 (2008)
Pages:12 to 12
How to Cite
Salaita, S. (2008). The Ethics of Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Studies. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 1(1), 12. https://doi.org/10.5204/ijcis.v1i1.18