A little bit on my doctoral research (Indigenous Women's History) 

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My project aims to study the role of women within the Global Indigenous Movement since the foundation of the World Wide Web.

From a transnational perspective, I focus on indigenous women's organizations native to Brazil,
Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, India, Kurdistan and (even) Europe.

I am interested in their online self-representations: the way they make and theorize their own .

A little bit on my doctoral research (Indigenous Women's History) 

"wait, India, Kurdistan, and Europe?"


I'm concerned with the debates on (anti)capitalism, (trans)nationalism and (post)colonialism. On my exploratory research, I perceived transformations on the constructed identity of historiographically more attached to the Native American context.

Is it possible to find Sami, Kurd and Adivasis women on the same grounds as the diverse Native American?

A little bit on my doctoral research (Indigenous Women's History) 

themselves have been:
* challenging the colonial concepts coined about them;
* weaving a global movement of struggle and solidarity;
* self-representing online.
* transforming the concept of "indigenous" as well as the idea of "women".

So, regarding at one melting-pot of , and (+ other) self-science and awereness, I try to map this .

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