Michael J. Hathaway
Trasnationally Indigenous examines historical and contemporary Indigenous world-making. The current focus is on the intersection of indigenous between Japan, China, and Canada from the 1970s to the 2010s. This project explores the hidden legacies of transnational Indigeneity and Indigenous diplomacy by examining two pivotal trips during which a group of Ainu delegates from Japan and a group of First Nations delegates from British Columbia traveled to China in the mid-1970s. The two images were created for the website banners, representing the research focus.