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Indigenous Voices in World Arts and Cultural Expressions

Publishing works from both emerging and established scholars, the Indigenous Voices in World Arts and Cultural Expressions book series showcases practices and critical discourses of diverse traditions of Indigenous makers that demonstrate the intersections between Indigenous languages and Indigenous ways of knowing. The books in this series probe how visual cultural production from various parts of the world reflect Indigenous stories and concerns, local and global issues, how they are understood by Indigenous, international, and diasporic audiences, and how they exist within discourses of art histories, film histories, and visual culture.

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Amazigh Cinema

An introduction to North African Indigenous cinema through a new understanding of the Amazigh homelands

Amazigh Cinema: An Introduction to North African Indigenous Film examines the emergence of Amazigh ...