Introduction: Indigenous networks: historical trajectories and contemporary connections
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This volume argues for the importance of recovering Indigenous participation within the global networks of power and mobility that have constructed the world as we know it today. It takes up a crucial challenge for new imperial and transnational histories—that is, to explore the historical role of colonised and subaltern communities in these processes and their legacies in the present.
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