Indigenous Studies
Visual Arts, SUNY Old Westbury (USA)
Deadline: 
Thursday, March 10, 2022
Review Begins: 
Monday, January 10, 2022

The editor of a new book is seeking contributions by artists and scholar/writers that address: the politics of the extractive industries on Indigenous lands of the Americas; the responses made by artists, writers, activists to the appropriation and misuse of indigenous land resources; topics of cultural and economic extractivism. The book will present a collection of essays by scholars and contributions by artists addressing and responding to these issues.

The book has received the strong interest of a UK based publishing company.

If you are interested in contributing to this book, please send to the editor: bernardc@oldwestbury.edu

1. A very brief statement explaining your interest and expertise in the topic;

2. A short, 250-300 word abstract of your proposed essay or contribution;

3. Your current Bio/CV (2 pages max).

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