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|Refracting the State through Human-Fish Relations: Fishing, Indigenous Legal Orders and Colonialism in North/Western Canada|
Decolonization, Vol. 7, No. 1, Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Water, 2018, pp. 60-75.
Considers Aboriginal worldviews around the relationships humans have with, and the responsibilities they have to non- or more-than-human entities as a framework for environmental activism, opposition to resource extraction, and government regulation. Asserts that a re-examination of the way that humans connect to our non-human relations is necessary for survivance.