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|Children of Change, Not Doom: Indigenous Futurist Heroines in YA|
Extrapolation, Vol. 57, No. 1-2, 2016, pp. 151-176.
Proposes that “Indigenous futurism is a deliberate, intentional, and purpose-driven position that addresses not only inclusion but intersectionality for its protagonists and themes;” and ask the reader to consider it both an aesthetic and a framework for critical theory. Examines different dystopian YA texts in this context.