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Religions, Volume 10, Issue 9 (September 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) According to a prophecy told in a small Native American community in the US South whose members [...] Read more. According to a prophecy told in a small Native American community in the US South whose members claim Muskogee ancestry, the seeds of Indigenous ways of knowing and relating to more-than-human kin will once again flourish in the ruins of colonial orders. Even settlers will turn to these knowledges once “they have destroyed everything else”. Following this visionary history-future, this article describes research visiting ancestral places and memory sites with community members, foregrounding the shifting and multivalent use of shell across religious and temporal differences. This work speaks to practices of acknowledgement that exceed liberal settler regimes of recognition and extend from much older Indigenous transnationalisms, animating resurgent possibilities for life within the fractures of world-ending colonial violence. View this paper