The Politics of Indigeneity : Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism
Provocative and original, The Politics of Indigeneity explores the concept of indigeneity across the world - from the Americas to New Zealand, Africa to Asia - and the ways in which it intersects with local, national and international social and political realities. Taking on the role of critical interlocutors, the authors engage in extended dialogue with indigenous spokespersons and activists, as well as between each other. In doing so, they explore the possibilities of a 'second-wave indigeneity' - one that is alert to the challenges posed to indigenous aspirations by the neo-liberal agenda of nation-states and their concerns with sovereignty.
Timely and topical in its focus on global indigenous politics, and featuring a variety of first-hand indigenous voices - including those of indigenous activists, scholars, leaders and interviewees - this is a vital contribution to an often contentious topic.
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- Sita Venkateswar, Emma Hughes, Avril Bell, Katharine McKinnon, Simron Jit Singh, Elizabeth Allen, Justin Kenrick, Benno Glauser, Hine Waitere, Christopher Kidd
- Paperback | 296 pages
- 138 x 216 x 17.78mm | 362.87g
- Publication date
- 15 Dec 2011
- ZED BOOKS LTD
- Publication City/Country
- London, United Kingdom
- Bestsellers rank