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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:|
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeremie Gilbert; Ebooks Corporation.
|Description:||1 online resource (352 p.)|
|Contents:||Acknowledgments; About the Author; List of Abbreviations; Introduction: Territoriality: The Thread of Indigenous Cultures; PART I: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AS VICTIMS: THEORIES OF DISPOSSESSION; Chapter 1: Means of Acquisition; A. The Conquest of Indigenous Terrorities; B. The Occupation of Indigenous Terrorities; C. Conclusion; Chapter 2: Means of Extinguishment; A. The Extinguishment of Indigenous Territorial Sovereignty by Colonial Treaties; B. Theories of Extinguishable Indigenous Land Rights; C. Conclusion; PART II: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AS SUBJECTS: THEORIES OF PROTECTION AND REPARATION. Chapter 3: Land Rights as Proprietary RightsA. Promises and Weaknesses of the Property Rights Discourse; B.A Right to Use: Land Rights as a Cultural Right; C. Conclusion; Chapter 4: Remedies: Restitution and Special Measures; A. Reparations: Restitution and Compensation; B. Special Measures and Land Rights; C. Conclusion; PART III INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AS ACTORS: NEGOTIATING LAND RIGHTS; Chapter 5: Self-Determination and Autonomy: Emerging Standards on Territorial Negotiations; A. The Self-Determination and Land Rights Nexus; B. Autonomy and Implications for Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights. C. Conclusion: Self-Determination and Autonomy as Rights to NegotiationChapter 6: Modern Treaties and Land Rights: The Renewal of a Dialogue; A. Land for Peace: Peace Agreements and Indigenous Peoples' Territorial Rights; B. Land Claim Settlement Agreements and Land Use Agreements; C. Conclusion; Conclusion; Table of Treaties and Instruments; Table of Cases; Selected Bibliography; Index.|