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ANTH 3420 6.0: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES & INDIGENOUS RIGHTS

ANTH 3420 6.0: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES & INDIGENOUS RIGHTS

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AP/ANTH 3420 6.00

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES & INDIGENOUS RIGHTS

Who are indigenous peoples, how are indigenous peoples defined and who defines them? Is there a universally accepted definition of indigeneity? What are the conditions under which people seek to be identified as indigenous? What rights do indigenous peoples have and how do these relate to human rights more generally? How have economic globalization, the use of new information and communications technologies, and international environmental movements shaped indigenous politics?

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