Inventing Indigenous Knowledge Archaeology, Rural Development and the Raised Field Rehabilitation Project in Bolivia
Negotiations in the Indigenous World Aboriginal Peoples and the Extractive Industry in Australia and Canada
States, American Indian Nations, and Intergovernmental Politics Sovereignty, Conflict, and the Uncertainty of Taxes
National Identity and the Conflict at Oka Native Belonging and Myths of Postcolonial Nationhood in Canada
Storied Voices in Native American Texts Harry Robinson, Thomas King, James Welch and Leslie Marmon Silko
Native American and Chicano/a Literature of the American Southwest Intersections of Indigenous Literatures
Negotiating Claims The Emergence of Indigenous Land Claim Negotiation Policies in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States
By Lynn Swartley
January 27, 2017
This volume provides a multi-sited and multivocalic investigation of the dynamic social, political and economic processes in the creation and implementation of an agricultural development project. The raised field rehabilitation project attempted to introduce a pre-Columbian agricultural method ...
By Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh
January 24, 2018
Negotiated agreements play a critical role in setting the conditions under which resource development occurs on Indigenous land. Our understanding of what determines the outcomes of negotiations between Indigenous peoples and commercial interests is very limited. With over two decades experience ...
By Anne F. Boxberger Flaherty
October 04, 2017
American Indian nations are sovereign political entities within the United States. They have complex relationships with the federal government and increasingly with state governments. Regulatory conflict between Native nations and states has increased as Native nations have developed their own ...
By Katerina Prajznerova
August 04, 2016
Examining four of Lee Smith's mountain novels from the point of view of cultural anthropology, this study show that fragments of the Cherokee heritage resonate in her work. These elements include connections with the Cherokee beliefs regarding medicinal plants and spirit animals, Cherokee stories ...
By Amelia Kalant
May 13, 2016
Through readings of literature, canonical history texts, studies of museum displays and media analysis, this work explores the historical formation of myths of Canadian national identity and then how these myths were challenged (and affirmed during the 1990 standoff at Oka. It draws upon history, ...
By Blanca Schorcht
May 13, 2016
First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
By Pamela Martin
May 13, 2016
This dissertation argues that Amazonian indigenous peoples organized via transnational networks due to the domestic blockages presented to them in their respective countires. Due to these blockages and the growing number of transnational political opportunity structures, such as national and ...
By Seán Patrick Eudaily
August 14, 2015
This work applies Jacques Derrida's framework of "spectropolitics" to (post)coloniality in order to investigate the emergence of indigenous peoples' movements, advances a poststructural approach to the analysis of liberal politics based upon the historical sociology of Michel Foucault, and ...
By Matthew Herman
April 23, 2015
Over the last twenty years, Native American literary studies has taken a sharp political turn. In this book, Matthew Herman provides the historical framework for this shift and examines the key moments in the movement away from cultural analyses toward more politically inflected and motivated ...
By Christina M. Hebebrand
August 12, 2014
This book studies Native American and Chicano/a writers of the American Southwest as a coherent cultural group with common features and distinct efforts to deal with and to resist the dominant Euro-American culture....
By Christa Scholtz
June 09, 2009
Why do governments choose to negotiate indigenous land claims rather than resolve claims through some other means? In this book Scholtz explores why a government would choose to implement a negotiation policy, where it commits itself to a long-run strategy of negotiation over a number of ...
By Jolan Hsieh
July 06, 2010
The focus of this book is on the PingPu peoples in Taiwan and their right to official recognition as "indigenous peoples" by the Taiwanese government. The result of centuries of colonization, indigenous tribes in Taiwan have faced severe cultural repression because of the government's refusal to ...