Invested Indifference

Invested Indifference

How Violence Persists in Settler Colonial Society

Book - 2020
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In 2004, Amnesty International characterized Canadian society as "indifferent" to high rates of violence against Indigenous women and girls. When the Canadian government took another twelve years to launch a national inquiry, that indictment seemed true. Invested Indifference makes a startling counter-argument: that what we see as societal unresponsiveness doesn't come from an absence of feeling but from an affective investment in framing specific lives as disposable. Kara Granzow demonstrates that mechanisms such as the law, medicine, and control of land and space have been used to entrench violence against Indigenous people in the social construction of Canadian nationhood.

Publisher: Vancouver, British Columbia :, UBC Press,, 2020, ©2020.
ISBN: 9780774837439
Branch Call Number: 305. 897071 GRA
Characteristics: xvii, 265 pages ; 23 cm

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