Global Indigeneities and the Environment by Karen L. ThornberGlobal Indigeneities and the Environment by Karen L. Thornber

Global Indigeneities and the Environment

Guest editorKaren L. Thornber, Tom Havens

Hardcover | September 12, 2016

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Global Indigeneities and the Environment --covering fields from indigenous studies, anthropology, communications, ethnoecology, ethnomusicology, geography, global studies, history, and literature --gives new understandings of the concept of global indigeneities and showcases some of the most promising current work in the field that relates this concept to the environment.

Title:Global Indigeneities and the EnvironmentFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:258 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.81 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.81 inPublished:September 12, 2016Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3038422401

ISBN - 13:9783038422402

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Table of Contents

(1) Humanistic Environmental Studies and Global Indigeneities(2) The Double Binds of Indigeneity and Indigenous Resistance(3) China's Indigenous Peoples? How Global Environmentalism UnintentionallySmuggled the Notion of Indigeneity into China(4) Indigenous ExtrACTIVISM in Boreal Canada: Colonial Legacies, ContemporaryStruggles and Sovereign Futures(5) The Movement, the Mine and the Lake: New Forms of Maya Activism inNeoliberal Guatemala(6) "Indigenizing" Food Sovereignty. Revitalizing Indigenous Food Practices andEcological Knowledges in Canada and the United States(7) The White Mountain Recreational Enterprise: Bio-Political Foundations for WhiteMountain Apache Natural Resource Control, 1945-1960(8) Signifying Ainu Space: Reimagining Shiretoko's Landscapes throughIndigenous Ecotourism1(9) Saving the Other Amazon: Changing Understandings of Nature and Wildernessamong Indigenous Leaders in the Ecuadorian Amazon(10) Morrku Mangawu-Knowledge on the Land: Mobilising Yol????u Mathematics fromBawaka, North East Arnhem Land, to Reveal the Situatedness of All Knowledges(11) Cartographies of the Voice: Storying the Land as Survivance in Native AmericanOral Traditions(12) "No More Boomerang": Environment and Technology in ContemporaryAboriginal Australian Poetry