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Gender and Colonial Space$
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Sara Mills

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780719053351

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719053351.001.0001

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Indigenous spatiality within the colonial sphere

Indigenous spatiality within the colonial sphere

(p.136) 5 Indigenous spatiality within the colonial sphere
Gender and Colonial Space

Sara Mills

Manchester University Press

This chapter discusses indigenous spatiality. It studies the way that this was often constructed, in contrast to a presumed British spatiality. It also tries to mark the sense that indigenous populations resisted colonial rule and tried to manage and restrict colonists, and that it is this resistance that makes its presence felt in the accounts of the colonists. This chapter also examines cannibalism and the seclusion of indigenous women.

Keywords:   indigenous spatiality, British spatiality, colonial rule, colonists' accounts, cannibalism, seclusion, indigenous women

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