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The Politics of Indigeneity : Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism

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The Politics of Indigeneity : Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism
Title
The Politics of Indigeneity
Title remainder
Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The Politics of Indigeneity explores the concept of indigeneity across the world and the ways in which it intersects with local, national and international social and political realities. The authors discuss with indigenous spokespersons, scholars and activists the possibilities of a 'second-wave indigeneity', one that is alert to the challenges posed by the neoliberal agenda of nation-states. The Politics of Indigeneity is a vital and timely contribution to an often contentious topic
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Venkateswar, Sita
Dewey number
320.089
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Hughes, Emma
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Indigenous peoples
Label
The Politics of Indigeneity : Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Benno Glauser
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 264-272) and index
Contents
  • About the editors; Figures and table; Figures; 1.1 Ayoreo territory; 1.2 Aquino Aquiraoi Picanerai; 1.3 Mateo Sobode Chiquenoi II; 3.1 Batwa ancestral territories; 4.1 New Nubia; 4.2 Old Nubia; 5.1 Thailand; 6.1 The Nicobar Islands; 6.2 Chupon and Simron Singh; 7.1 The Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal; Table; 4.1 Political timeline for Nubia; Abbreviations; Additional materials; Introduction; Invocation: What the spirit said to Ibegua Chiqueñoro; Credits; Part One. Settler: South America and New Zealand
  • 1. Being indigenous: the concept of indigeneity, a conversation with two Ayoreo leadersIntroduction; Figure 1.1 Ayoreo territory; Methodology; The interview; Figure 1.2 Aquino Aquiraoi Picanerai; Figure 1.3 Mateo Sobode Chiquenoi II; Conclusions; Comment; Simron Jit Singh; Reply; Acknowledgments; 2. Beyond indigenous civilities: indigenous matters; 1INDIGENOUS STRUGGLES; 2INDIGENOUS CIVILITIES; A response from the wilderness; The backstory: Gareth's challenge; Reclamation of the discursive terrain: shifting across two different plains of interaction
  • The reclamation of language and the imaginative space -- claiming a right to the future3VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE; Moana Jackson's response; Helen Te Hira's response; Helen Potter's response; Kane Te Manakura's response; Ian Takarangi's response; Comment; Avril Bell; Reply: Teanau Tuiono; Reply: Avril Bell; Conclusion; Glossary; Acknowledgements; Part Two. Post-colonial: Africa and Asia; 3. Mapping everyday practices as rights of resistance: indigenous peoples in Central Africa; Introduction; Figure 3.1 Batwa ancestral territories; 1 INDIGENEITY AS LIVED EXPERIENCE; Interview 1; Interview 2
  • 2 INDIGENEITY AS SUBVERSIONThe difficulty in acceptance; A legitimate alternative; 3 INDIGENEITY AS ACCOMMODATION; Conclusion; Comment; Benno Glauser; Reply; 4. Displacement and indigenous rights: the Nubian case; Introduction; 1 DIALOGUES; Interview 1: Suad Ibrahim Ahmed, 11 April 2008, Khartoum; Interview 2: Dr Ahmed Sokarno, lecturer in linguistics at South Valley University, Aswan, 1 April, Aswan; Figure 4.1 New Nubia; Figure 4.2 Old Nubia; 2 INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND IDENTITY POLITICS; Division, relocation and gendered change; Relationship with the state -- the line you cannot cross
  • Politicization of identityVisions for the future; Comment; Christopher Kidd; Reply; Table 4.1 Political timeline for Nubia; Acknowledgements; 5. Being indigenous in northern Thailand; Highlanders as indigenous peoples; The challenges of being indigenous in northern Thailand; Working to claim indigeneity; DIALOGUE; NGO/activist views; Village views; Figure 5.1 Thailand; Analysis; Comment; Sita Venkateswar; Reply; Glossary; Acknowledgements; 6. Chupon's dilemma: a dialogue; Prologue; Figure 6.1 The Nicobar Islands; Chupon's dilemma; Figure 6.2 Chupon and Simron Singh; Epilogue; Comment
Control code
ocn768083072
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (298 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781283355087
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)768083072
Label
The Politics of Indigeneity : Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism
Publication
Note
Benno Glauser
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 264-272) and index
Contents
  • About the editors; Figures and table; Figures; 1.1 Ayoreo territory; 1.2 Aquino Aquiraoi Picanerai; 1.3 Mateo Sobode Chiquenoi II; 3.1 Batwa ancestral territories; 4.1 New Nubia; 4.2 Old Nubia; 5.1 Thailand; 6.1 The Nicobar Islands; 6.2 Chupon and Simron Singh; 7.1 The Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal; Table; 4.1 Political timeline for Nubia; Abbreviations; Additional materials; Introduction; Invocation: What the spirit said to Ibegua Chiqueñoro; Credits; Part One. Settler: South America and New Zealand
  • 1. Being indigenous: the concept of indigeneity, a conversation with two Ayoreo leadersIntroduction; Figure 1.1 Ayoreo territory; Methodology; The interview; Figure 1.2 Aquino Aquiraoi Picanerai; Figure 1.3 Mateo Sobode Chiquenoi II; Conclusions; Comment; Simron Jit Singh; Reply; Acknowledgments; 2. Beyond indigenous civilities: indigenous matters; 1INDIGENOUS STRUGGLES; 2INDIGENOUS CIVILITIES; A response from the wilderness; The backstory: Gareth's challenge; Reclamation of the discursive terrain: shifting across two different plains of interaction
  • The reclamation of language and the imaginative space -- claiming a right to the future3VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE; Moana Jackson's response; Helen Te Hira's response; Helen Potter's response; Kane Te Manakura's response; Ian Takarangi's response; Comment; Avril Bell; Reply: Teanau Tuiono; Reply: Avril Bell; Conclusion; Glossary; Acknowledgements; Part Two. Post-colonial: Africa and Asia; 3. Mapping everyday practices as rights of resistance: indigenous peoples in Central Africa; Introduction; Figure 3.1 Batwa ancestral territories; 1 INDIGENEITY AS LIVED EXPERIENCE; Interview 1; Interview 2
  • 2 INDIGENEITY AS SUBVERSIONThe difficulty in acceptance; A legitimate alternative; 3 INDIGENEITY AS ACCOMMODATION; Conclusion; Comment; Benno Glauser; Reply; 4. Displacement and indigenous rights: the Nubian case; Introduction; 1 DIALOGUES; Interview 1: Suad Ibrahim Ahmed, 11 April 2008, Khartoum; Interview 2: Dr Ahmed Sokarno, lecturer in linguistics at South Valley University, Aswan, 1 April, Aswan; Figure 4.1 New Nubia; Figure 4.2 Old Nubia; 2 INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND IDENTITY POLITICS; Division, relocation and gendered change; Relationship with the state -- the line you cannot cross
  • Politicization of identityVisions for the future; Comment; Christopher Kidd; Reply; Table 4.1 Political timeline for Nubia; Acknowledgements; 5. Being indigenous in northern Thailand; Highlanders as indigenous peoples; The challenges of being indigenous in northern Thailand; Working to claim indigeneity; DIALOGUE; NGO/activist views; Village views; Figure 5.1 Thailand; Analysis; Comment; Sita Venkateswar; Reply; Glossary; Acknowledgements; 6. Chupon's dilemma: a dialogue; Prologue; Figure 6.1 The Nicobar Islands; Chupon's dilemma; Figure 6.2 Chupon and Simron Singh; Epilogue; Comment
Control code
ocn768083072
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (298 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781283355087
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)768083072

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