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Volume 42, Issue 3 Deterritorializing Frontiers

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After opening with a general submission essay by Ranjoo Seodu Herr on the relationship between Indigenous women’s rights and self-determination within the settler Canadian nationstate, the remainder of this volume is dedicated to the special issue “Deterritorializing Frontiers: Opening Space for Dis(mis)located Voices” with guest editors Lydia Huerta Moreno and Ana Gómez Parga. This special issue opens spaces for transfeminist dialogues from a range of perspectives and geographies in order to decenter Western structures of knowledge and to address the violence of academic imperialism. The issue represents different geopolitical perspectives, sensibilities, and mobilities—Cuba, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, El Salvador, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, and the US-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas, and Cuidad Juarez, Chihuahua. The contributions are in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, making it the first multilingual issue of Frontiers in its history.