Indigenous peoples

    Islands\' Spirit Rising: Reclaiming the Forests of Haida Gwaii

    By Louise Takeda

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    Hardback £78.41

    Set within the context of resource conflict and collaborative land-use planning on Haida Gwaii, this book examines how historic relations of domination and oppression can be transformed and more sustainable forms of land governance created.

    Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form, 50th Anniversary Edition

    By Bill Holm

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    Paperback £24.36

    Focuses on the art of Northwest Coast Indians that offers color illustrations for a new generation of readers along with reflections from contemporary Northwest Coast artists. This book presents an analysis of the use of color, line, and texture; the organization of space; and such typical forms as ovoids, eyelids,...

    Upper Perene Arawak Narratives of History, Landscape, and Ritual

    By Elena Mihas

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    Hardback £48.36

    The rich storytelling traditions of the Asheninka Perene Arawaks of eastern Peru are showcased in this bilingual collection of traditional narratives, ethnographic accounts, women's autobiographical stories, songs, chants, and ritual speeches. This volume collects and preserves the power and vitality of Asheninka oral and linguistic traditions, as told by thirty...

    Indigenous Peoples, Title to Territory, Rights and Resources: The Transformative Role of Free Prior and Informed Consent

    By Cathal M. Doyle

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    Hardback £78.87

    The right of indigenous peoples under international human rights law to give or withhold their Free Prior and Informed Consent FPIC to natural resource extraction in their territories is increasingly recognized by intergovernmental organizations, international bodies, and industry actors, as well as in the domestic law of some States. This...

    Performing Place, Practising Memories

    By Rosita Henry

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    This study focuses in particular on the town of Kuranda in North Queensland and the relationship between the settlers and the local Aboriginal population, concentrating on a number of linked social dramas that portrayed the use of both public and private space.

    Aboriginal Peoples, Colonialism and International Law: Raw Law

    By Irene M. Watson

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    Revision of author's thesis doctoral - University of Adelaide, Dept. of Law, 2000 issued under title: Raw law: the coming of the Muldarbi and the path to its demise --Title page verso.

    Great Lakes Creoles

    By Lucy Eldersveld Murphy

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    Hardback Save £7.15 = £54.85

    Great Lakes Creoles examines the ways in which old fur trade families experienced and responded to the colonialism of United States expansion.

    Science and Sustainability: Learning from Indigenous Wisdom

    By J. Hendry

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    Paperback £30.50

    Indigenous peoples have passed down vital knowledge for generations from which local plants help cure common ailments, to which parts of the land are unsuitable for buildings because of earthquakes. Here, Hendry examines science through these indigenous roots, problematizing the idea that Western science is the only type that deserves...

    Red Skin, White Masks

    By Glen Sean Coulthard

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    Paperback £16.85

    WINNER OF:Frantz Fanon Outstanding Book from the Caribbean Philosophical AssociationCanadian Political Science Association\u2019s C.B. MacPherson PrizeStudies in Political Economy Book Prize Over the past forty years, recognition has become the dominant mode of negotiation and decolonization between the nation-state and Indigenous nations in North America. The term \u201crecognition\u201d shapes debates...


    By Michael F. Brown

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    Hardback £18.92

    In this story of one man's encounter with an indigenous people of Peru, Michael Brown guides his readers upriver into a contested zone of the Amazonian frontier, where more than 50,000 Awajun--renowned for pugnacity and fierce independence--use hard-won political savvy, literacy, and digital skills to live life on their own...

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