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First Nations cultural heritage law : case studies, voices, and perspectives

First Nations cultural heritage law : case studies, voices, and perspectives

Author: Catherine Bell
Publisher: Vancouver [etc.] : UBC Press, cop. 2008.
Series: Law and society series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

In Canada, issues of protection, appropriation, and repatriation have sometimes been addressed through negotiation. However, the legal environment for negotiation is sometimes dated, often uncertain,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Bell
ISBN: 9780774814614 0774814616
OCLC Number: 778086205
Description: XV, 521 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface: Respect for Elder Knowledge - Eric McLay and Lea Joe interviewing Arvid Charlie (Luschiim) / Dorothy First Rider, in consultation with Frank Weasel HeadIntroduction, Methodology, and Thematic Overview / Catherine Bell and Val NapoleonPart 1: Our Voices, Our Culture1 Recovering from Colonization: Perspectives of Community Members on Protection and Repatriation of Kwakwaka'wakw Cultural Heritage / Catherine Bell, Heather Raven, and Heather McCuaig, in consultation with Andrea Sanborn, the U'mista Cultural Society, and the 'Namgis Nation2 The Law Is Opened: The Constitutional Role of Tangible and Intangible Property in Gitanyow / Richard Overstall, in consultation with Val Napoleon and Katie Ludwig3 Northwest Coast Adawx Study / Susan Marsden4 'A'lhut tu tet Sul'hweentst [Respecting the Ancestors]: Understanding Hul'qumi'num Heritage Laws and Concerns for the Protection of Archaeological Heritage / Eric McLay, Kelly Bannister, Lea Joe, Brian Thom, and George Nicholas5 Repatriation and Heritage Protection: Reflections on the Kainai Experience / Catherine Bell, Graham Statt, and the Mookakin Cultural Society6 Poomaksin: Skinnipiikani-Nitsiitapii Law, Transfers, and Making Relatives: Practices and Principles for Cultural Protection, Repatriation, Redress, and Heritage Law Making with Canada / Brian Noble, in consultation with Reg Crowshoe and in discussion with the Knut-sum-atak Society7 Protection and Repatriation of Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Cultural Resources: Perspectives of Community MembersCatherine Bell and Heather McCuaig, in consultation with the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council and the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Traditional Elders Working GroupPart 2: Experiences across the Nation8 First Nations Cultural Heritage: A Selected Survey of Issues and Initiatives / Catherine Bell, Graham Statt, Michael Solowan, Allyson Jeffs, and Emily SnyderPart 3: Reflections on Selected Themes9 Canadian Aboriginal Languages and the Protection of Cultural Heritage / Marianne Ignace and Ron Ignace10 Canada's Policy of Cultural Colonization: Indian Residential Schools and the Indian Act / Dale Cunningham, Allyson Jeffs, and Michael Solowan11 Owning as Belonging/Owning as Property: The Crisis of Power and Respect in First Nations Heritage Transactions with Canada / Brian NobleConcluding Thoughts and Unanswered Questions / Val NapoleonAppendixIndex
Series Title: Law and society series.
Responsibility: ed. by Catherine Bell and Val Napoleon.


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The essays in these two volumes [First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law and Protection of First Nations Cultural Heritage] invoke national, international, and First Nations customary law as a Read more...

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