Indigenous peoples' politics: An introduction, Volume I

TitleIndigenous peoples' politics: An introduction, Volume I
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1993
Series EditorSills, MA, Morris, GT
Secondary TitleWorking paper (Technische Hogeschool Twente. Vakgroep Ontwikkelingskunde)
Date Published1993
PublisherUniversity of Colorado at Denver, Fourth World Center for the Study of Indigenous Law and Politics
CityDenver, CO
Call NumberJV305.S54 1993

Contains the following papers:

  • Political interaction between states and indigenous nations: A point of departure (Marc A. Sills)
  • International structures and indigenous peoples (Glenn T. Morris)
  • The state of juggernaut: The politics of Indian's tribal nations (Joseph Schechla)
  • The Bakonjo-Baamba and Uganda: Colonial and post colonial integration and ethnocide (Joshua Rubongoya)
  • Aukin Wallmapu Ngulam: The Mapuche nation and its struggle to survive (Claudio Gonzalez- Parra)
  • The Crimean Tatars: Politics of national identity and return (Daniel McIntosh)
  • The failure of Yugoslavia as a multinational state: The case of Croatia (Jacek Lubecki and David Reichardt)
  • The national questions and the right to self-determination in Ethiopia: The case of the Oromo (Asfaw Kumssa)
  • The Kurds and Kurdistan: The struggle for statehood (Amin M.Kazak)
  • Economic development and Indian peoples: Three cases of colonizing Indian lands in the Amazonian rainforest (A.V.N. Araújo Leitao)

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