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Indigenous peoples : affirming wisdoms through narratives

Author: Maqhudeni Ivy Goduka; Julian Kunnie
Publisher: Aldershot : Ashgate, 2004.
Series: Vitality of indigenous religions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the indigenous peoples of the world there is a yearning to be left alone by imperialist hegemony. Their customs, traditions and narratives have empowered them for many millennia. These essays from all over the world express a longing to survive against the encroachment of modern blinkered thinking.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maqhudeni Ivy Goduka; Julian Kunnie
ISBN: 0754615979 9780754615972 0754616150 9780754616153
OCLC Number: 83743547
Description: 400 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Contents: Prologue; Synopsis; Ancient Indigenous Cultures: Indigenous San knowledge and survival struggles, Kxao Moses and Oma and Axel Thoma; Nila.Ngany - Possessing/having/belonging to knowledge: indigenous knowledge systems in Aboriginal Australia, Pat Torres; Indigenist research, First nations people in Australia, and colonized peoples, Lester Irabbina-Rigney; North America: The power of indigenous knowledge: navigating the naming of indigenous groups and identities amidst the legacy of European colonial definitions in Canada, Laara Fitznor; Indigenous wisdom and power: telling the truth about the story of resistance of Asdsaa Tl'ogi, wife of Hastiin Ch'il Hajiin, a leader of the Dineh, Jennifer Nez Denetdale; Exploring healing and the body through Chinese medicine, Roxanne Ng; South America: Indigenous Muchik wisdom at work: the tale of a Mestiza, Miryam Espinosa-Dulanpo; The Caribbean: Indigenous wisdom at work in Jamaica: the power of Kumina, Dianne Stewart; The Pacific: A celebration of Maori sacred and spiritual wisdom, Rangimarie Turuki Pere; Architecture in Papua New Guinea: implications for indigenous learners, Kora Malele Korawali; Asia: Multiple voices of resilience and resistance: the Ainu peoples of Hokkaido, Japan, Etsuko Aoki and Kiyoko Kitahara; Emerging forms of governance among indigenous communities: nations, states and ecological citizens in Jharkhand, India, Pramod Parajuli; Europe: Tour in the old and new Vuornese: a Saami journey, Asa Virdi Kroik; Africa: African indigenous world-views and ancient wisdom: a conceptual framework for development in Southern Africa, Vimbai Gukwe Chivaura; Indigenous Xhosa wisdom in contemporary South Africa/Azania: the power of Izibongo, Somadoda Fikeni; Human rights violation and indigenous peoples of Africa: the case of the Maasai people, Naomi Kipuri; How indigenous African knowledge systems inform contemporary human rights perspectives in an era of globalization, Julian Kunnie; Epilogue; Index.
Series Title: Vitality of indigenous religions.
Responsibility: edited by Maqhudeni Ivy Goduka and Julian Kunnie.

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Capturing the narratives of indigenes, this book presents an anthology on global indigenous peoples' wisdoms and ways of knowing. It covers issues of religion, cultural self-determination,  Read more...

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'The collection contains excellent contributions, and the most accessible are those that link oral history or customary usage to contemporary matters. There are fine chapters on indigenous research Read more...

 
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