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Governing indigenous territories : enacting sovereignty in the Ecuadorian Amazon

Author: Juliet S Erazo
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Governing Indigenous Territories illuminates a paradox of modern indigenous lives. In recent decades, native peoples from Alaska to Cameroon have sought and gained legal title to significant areas of land, not as individuals or families but as large, collective organizations. Obtaining these collective titles represents an enormous accomplishment; it also creates dramatic changes. Once an indigenous territory is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juliet S Erazo
ISBN: 9780822354406 0822354403 9780822354543 0822354543
OCLC Number: 818953123
Description: xxvi, 237 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: History, empowerment, and rule --
Collectivist utopias and "the graveyard of development projects" --
The property debate --
Conservation and environmental subjects --
Everyday forms of territory formation --
Conclusion: making citizens, making leaders, making territories.
Responsibility: Juliet S. Erazo.

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An ethnography showing that collective land titling for native peoples is both an enormous accomplishment and a source of new expectations, obligations, and subjectivities within the legally  Read more...
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