The Future of Indigenous Peoples: Strategies for Survival and Development (Hardcover)

Edited by Duane Champagne and Ismael Abu-Saad, 2003

This collection of articles is the outcome of an international gathering of scholars to discuss the future of indigenous peoples throughout the world. The contributors examine contemporary conditions of indigenous peoples, explore future possibilities for social, economic, and political survival and development, and offer strategies for shaping future nation-state relations with indigenous peoples. Particular attention is given to the nation-state structure that preempted land rights and autonomous cultural, social, economic, and political development in the Americas, the Middle East, and China.

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272 pp.
$60 hardcover (Papercover edition is available for $20)
10-digit ISBN: 0-935626-58-1
13-digit ISBN: 978-0-935626-58-2

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