The culturalisation of indigeneity: the Palestinian-Bedouin of the Naqab and indigenous rights

@article{Tatour2019TheCO,
  title={The culturalisation of indigeneity: the Palestinian-Bedouin of the Naqab and indigenous rights},
  author={Lana Tatour},
  journal={The International Journal of Human Rights},
  year={2019},
  volume={23},
  pages={1569 - 1593}
}
  • Lana Tatour
  • Published 25 April 2019
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • The International Journal of Human Rights
ABSTRACT The Palestinian-Bedouin community in the Naqab, the southern region of Palestine/Israel, has been capitalising since the mid-2000s on the international discourse on indigeneity in their struggle for land justice. The mobilisation of indigenous rights has been advanced by sympathetic critical scholars and civil society organisations, resulting in the international recognition of the Bedouin as indigenous. This article revisits these scholarly and activist efforts and argues that… 

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