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The Threat of the Yrmo: The Political Ontology of a Sustainable Hunting Program
ABSTRACT  Various misunderstandings and conflicts associated with attempts to integrate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into development and conservation agendas have been analyzed from both politicalExpand
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In this article I seek to put into conversation two different but convergent intellectual/political projects, Lawrence Grossberg's ‘radically contextualist cultural studies’ and ‘political ontology’,Expand
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Ontological Conflicts and the Stories of Peoples in Spite of Europe
Ontological conflicts (conflicts involving different assumptions about “what exists”) are gaining unprecedented visibility because the hegemony of modern ontological assumptions is undergoing aExpand
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Storytelling Globalization from the Chaco and Beyond
About the Series Map List Preface Introduction. Globalization and the Struggle for Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise Part One. Puruhle/Genealogies 1. Laissez-Faire Progress: Invisibilizing the Yrmo 2.Expand
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Ontology and indigeneity: on the political ontology of heterogeneous assemblages
The first challenge faced by a project that seeks to bring concerns with ontology and indigeneity into a conversation is to sort out the various (and possibly divergent) projects that are beingExpand
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In the Way of Development: Indigenous Peoples, Life Projects and Globalization
* Contents * Introductions * 1. Indigenous Peoples and Development Processes: New Terrains of Struggle - Mario Blaser, Harvey A. Feit and Glenn McRae * 2. Life Projects: Indigenous Peoples' AgencyExpand
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The concept of cosmopolitics developed by Isabelle Stengers and Bruno Latour keeps open the question of who and what might compose the common world. In this way, cosmopolitics offers a way to avoidExpand
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Indigenous peoples and autonomy : insights for a global age
Preface Part 1: Introduction 1 Reconfiguring the Web of Life: Indigenous Peoples, Relationality, and Globalization / Mario Blaser, Ravi de Costa, Deborah McGregor, and William D. Coleman 2 Ayllu:Expand
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Anthropology and STS
In this multi-authored essay, nine anthropologists working in different parts of the world take part in a conversation about the interfaces between anthropology and STS (science and technology studies). Expand
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Indigenous Peoples and Development Processes: New Terrains of Struggle
This chapter draws on the work of many people and scholars from whom we have drawn insights, including: Philip Awashish, Jasmin Habib, Peter Harries-Jones, Chief Harvey Longboat, and Colin Scott.Expand
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