• On Becoming Human in Lingít Aaní: Encountering Levinas through Indigenous Inspirations

      Neely, Sol (The Journal of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy, 2016-04)
      Calls for taking up wisdom in its place risk re-inscribing coloniality at the level of signification if attempts to resituate intelligibility in the specificity of place are not enacted through a careful translation of experience between victims and perpetrators of colonial violence. At some level, decolonization ought to be conceived as a kind of translation. Emmanuel Levinas' project to "translate" Judaism into Greek is one way of staging such decolonial translation by providing us an internal critique of coloniality while remaining receptive to indigenous inspirations that enrich eco-phenomenological ways of encountering place. In the final instance, however, this paper calls for encountering place through the indigenous languages that make place ethically legible. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Tidal Echoes 2010

      Kane, Jeremy; Dalthorp, Pedar; Minton, Sara; Ray, Sarah Jaquette; Whalen, Teague; Vernon, Jenifer; Neely, Sol; Landis, Rod; Wall, Emily; Berg, Virginia; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast and Capital City Weekly, 2010-03-20)
      Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2011

      Lambert, Kaleigh; Bay, Thomas; Kane, Jeremy; Dalthorp, Pedar; Minton, Sara; Hayes, Ernestine; Wakefield, Claudia; Chordas, Nina; Neely, Sol; Wall, Emily; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast and Capital City Weekly, 2011-03-20)
      Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2012

      Bay, Thomas; Brown, Alexandra; Boucher, Jacqueline; Kane, Jeremy; Neely, Sol; Minton, Sara; Mitchell, Karen; Vernon, Jenifer; Maier, Kevin; Wedler, Annie; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2012-03-20)
      Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2013

      Brown, Alexandra; Stangeland, Meghan; Sleppy, Karissa; Wall, Emily; Maier, Kevin; Landis, Rod; Dalthorp, Pedar; Chordas, Nina; Neely, Sol; Minton, Sara; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2013-03-20)
      Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2014

      Stangeland, Meghan; Salsman, Rebecca; Unzicker, Guy; Wall, Emily; Maier, Kevin; Landis, Rod; Neely, Sol; Minton, Sara; Enge, Carrie; Wedler, Annie; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2014-03-20)
      Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2015

      Salsman, Rebecca; Cherry, Alexa; Wall, Emily; Neely, Sol; Wade, John; Elliot, William; Dewees, Andrea; Trafton, Math; Landis, Rod; Huff, Ben; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2015-03-20)
      The 2015 edition of Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.
    • Tidal Echoes 2016

      Cherry, Alexa; Clark, Maranda; Wall, Emily; Maier, Kevin; Neely, Sol; Enge, Carrie; Elliot, William; Hayes, Ernestine; Trafton, Math; Alexander, Rosemarie; et al. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2016-03-20)
      The 2016 edition of Tidal Echoes presents an annual showcase of writers and artists who share one thing in common: a life surrounded by the rainforests and waterways of Southeast Alaska.