Indigenous Peoples of Asia
Association for Asian Studies. 6 x 9", xii, 539 pp., b/w figures, maps, tables, contributors, notes, references, index, paper, Ann Arbor, 1995. (o.p.; fine). Item #34578
Introduction by R.H. Barnes "Indigenous Peoples" as an International Legal Concept by Benedict Kingsbury The Indigenous Movement in Asia by Andrew Gray Indigenous People's Rights and Sustainable Resources Use in South and Southeast Asia by Marcus Colchester Indigenous People of Asian Russia by Jens Dahl "Lost Innocents and the Loss of Innocence": Interpreting Adivasi Movements in South Asia by Crispin Bates The Invention of the "Jummas": State Formation and Ethnicity in Southeastern Bangladesh by Willem van Schendel Ethnicity and the National Question in Pakistan: The Example of Baluchistan by Helen Vacher Nepal, Indigenous Issues and Civil Rights: The Plight of the Rana Tharu by Harold O. Skar Minority Nationality in China: Policy and Practice by Nicholas Tapp A State of Strife: The Indigenous People of Burma by Martin Smith Central Highlanders of Vietnam by Grant Evans The Indigenous People of Peninsular Malaysia: Its Now or Too Late by Signe Howell Indigenous Peoples and Land Rights in Sarawak, Malaysia: To Be or Not To Be a Bumiputra by Victor T. King Being Indigenous in Eastern Indonesia by R. H. Barnes The Emergence of a Nationalist Movement in East Timor by John G. Taylor Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines: Between Segregation and Integration by Charles MacDonald Report on the Human Rights Situation of Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples by Alliance of Taiwan Aborigines, I. Chiang and Lava Kau Practicing Ethnicity in a Hierarchical Culture: The Ainu Case by Katarina Sjoberg.
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