An interdisciplinary collection that addresses the racial and ethnic politics of knowledge production and indigenous activism in the Americas, this book analyzes the relationship of language to power and advocates for collaboration between community members, scholars, and activists that prioritize the right of Native people to decide how their knowledge is used.Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs. Herrero, I. ... a Colonialism in Equality: Hawaiian Sovereignty and the Question of US Civil Rights.a South Atlantic Quarterly 107:4 (October), 635-50. . 2005a. ... El espanol habladoy la cultura oral en Espana e HispanoamAcrica. ... Manual de ortografia quechua.
|Title||:||Decolonizing Native Histories|
|Author||:||Florencia E. Mallon|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press - 2011-12-30|