Indigenous studies and engaged anthropology: the collaborative moment

TitleIndigenous studies and engaged anthropology: the collaborative moment
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsSillitoe, Paul
Number of Pages266
CityFarnham, Surrey, UK ; Burlington, VT
ISBN Number978-1-4094-4541-8
Call NumberGN380 .I537 2015
Notes'The dialogue between indigenous studies and engaged anthropology : some first impressions / Paul Sillitoe -- Sharing anthropological knowledge, decolonizing anthropology : Emberá indigeneity and engaged anthropology / Dimitrios Theodossopoulos -- Fostering the rapprochment of anthropology and indigenous studies : the encounter of an Italian anthropologist with Kaupapa Maori research / Domenica Gisella Calabrò -- Hiding in plain sight : assimilation and the end of story / Robyn Sandri -- The promises and conundrums of decolonized collaboration / Emma Cervone -- Urban Amerindians and advocacy : toward a politically engaged anthropology representing urban Amerindigeneities in Manaus, Brazil / J.P. Linstroth -- Old wine in new bottles : self-determination, participatory democracy, and free, prior and informed consent / Jayantha Perera -- The (non-legal) guide to meaningful recognition : a case study from the Canning Basin, Western Australia / Tran Tran -- Integrating African proverbs in the education of young learners : the challenge of knowledge synthesis / George J. Sefa Dei -- Indigenous peoples and a sustainable development project / Priscilla Settee -- Engagement and ownership of knowledge : issues affecting indigenous education and pedagogy / Raymond Nichol -- Questions of power in schooling for indigenous papuans / Rachel Shah\n - Angela Okune'
Short TitleIndigenous studies and engaged anthropology