Indigenous Women and Feminism: Politics, Activism, Culture contains 16 essays about Indigenous women in a variety of contexts that proposes a new way of approaching the issues. The authors believe that Indigenous feminism allows for a truly critical analysis of the areas of cultural identity, nationalism, and decolonization. Essays of interest include 7 papers dealing with cultural arts such as the study of Monique Mojica's plays; the writings of Louise Halfe, Jeannette Armstrong, and Marilyn Dumont; the art of Jane Ash Poitras; performances by Spiderwoman Theatre; Rebecca Belmore's art; and the films of Alanis Obomsawin, Catherine Martin, and Loretta Todd. One essay examines Indigenous Ainu Women and Narratives of Empowerment. Authors include: Kim Anderson, Jean Barman, Julia Emberley, Patricia Demers, and Rebecca Tsosie.