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Indigenous Peoples free pdf Achieving political recognition from their native countries continues to be one of the most contentious struggles for indigenous peoples. In this book, scholars from a variety of disciplines assess how indigenous groups are inventing and challenging new modes of identity, whether legal, cultural, artistic, or economic.
Through the examples of cultural development in the United States, Australia, Guatemala, and other countries, the authors discuss the role of opposing ideals--such as national unity and ethnic diversity, assimilation and self-determination--in forming indigenous identities. This authoritative volume will change the way scholars consider the position of indigenous peoples around the globe.

About Henry Minde

Henry Minde is professor of history at the University of Tromso, Norway. He is the author of "Becoming Visible: Indigenous Politics""and Self-Government "and" Indigenous Peoples: Resource Management and Global Rights," the latter also published by Eburon."

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Author : Henry Minde
Publisher : Eburon Academic Publishers
Data Published : 01 January 2008
ISBN : 9059722043
EAN : 9789059722040
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 383 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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