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|Future Rivers of the Anthropocene or Whose Anthropocene Is It? Decolonising the Anthropocene!|
Decolonization, Vol. 7, No. 1, Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Water, 2018, pp. -92.
Considers how Tlingit and Tagish oral traditions about the sentience of glaciers might be used to inform discussions about the effects of climate change. Argues that concepts of “slow activism” and “narrative ecologies" embedded in these traditions can help to upset mainstream perceptions of environmental realities.