Projects > Indigenous Feminist Approaches to Justice

In this project, I analyze and write scholarly essays and short aesthetic pieces--poems and prose--that address Indigenous feminist approaches to cases of epistemic injustice. The goal of the project is to surface the contours of justice and injustice affecting Indigenous women in everyday life.

Conceptual Contributions

Indigenous Feminism and Complex Communication
December 2013-present.
Reference: Duarte, M.E. Activating Indigenous Feminist Networks for Change. Arizona State University School for Human Evolution and Social Change Colloquia: Toward a Liberatory Theory and Praxis. Tempe, Arizona, October 25, 2020.
Reference: Duarte, M.E. "Uneven Exchanges: Borderlands Violence and the Search for Peace at Sand Creek," Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, 16/1, Fall 2016.

Water is Life - Agua es Vida
Reference: Duarte, M.E. "Water is Life: Why Chicana/o/xs Should Support NoDAPL," Mujeres Talk, December 6, 2016.

Aesthetic Contributions

References: Duarte, M.E. "Dolorosa the Witch of Sadness," As/Us: A Space for Women of the World 6, Spring 2016.
Duarte, M.E. "Writing Others," As/Us: A Space for Women of the World 6, Spring 2016.
Duarte, M.E. "Drilling for Oil," As/Us: A Space for Women of the World 6, Spring 2016.
Duarte, McCrary, and Roessel. Constellations of Care 2020: An Indigenous Women's Project. A zine by Marisa Duarte, Amber McCrary, and Jaclyn Roessel.
Duarte, M.E. "Nourish!," Yellow Medicine Review, Fall 2020.
Duarte, M.E. "Cocineras",Yellow Medicine Review,Fall 2020.