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Quiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in AssamQuiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in Assam
Forthcoming publication with a foreword by Sanjib Baruah
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Indigenous Peoples and the Right to Participate in Decision Making in MalaysiaIndigenous Peoples and the Right to Participate in Decision Making in Malaysia
Their aspirations to retain control over their institutions, ways of life and to maintain their identities, languages and religion,2 may only be realised when they have the opportunity to participate in decision making on these matters
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Escaping the enemy from within the political economy of postcolonial African diasporas lessons from LiberiaEscaping the enemy from within the political economy of postcolonial African diasporas lessons from Liberia
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Mesoamerican Codices Emily Ekstrand NievesMesoamerican Codices Emily Ekstrand Nieves
Mesoamerican cultures. Drawing on the work of archaeologists Dr. Ron Spores and Dr. John Pohl, this unit plan will allow students to identify different elements in Mixtec codices, interpret the general message of the Codex Nuttall
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Gender Equality and Women Empowerment: The Latin American and Arab Experience ByGender Equality and Women Empowerment: The Latin American and Arab Experience By
A draft Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Center for the Global South at the American University, Washington dc
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Guatemala June 2015 Landon HawthorneGuatemala June 2015 Landon Hawthorne
In-Country guide Alex standing with a sage sign. I felt so grateful to have such a warm welcome and the opportunity to be reunited with my sage family. There was such a great atmosphere
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Postcolonial ethnic management: assam through the prism of the malaysian experiencePostcolonial ethnic management: assam through the prism of the malaysian experience
May 13, 1969. At that time, too, Malaysia had seemed to be on the brink of a serious ethnic crisis. The country, however, not only held together but also achieved a degree of coherence that provided the foundation for rapid economic growth in the next
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Native Title in Malaysia: a ‘Complementary’ Sui Generis Proprietary Right under the Federal ConstitutionNative Title in Malaysia: a ‘Complementary’ Sui Generis Proprietary Right under the Federal Constitution
Government all such land are state land’. He asked: ‘How do we reconcile this statement so that both parties will understand each other in terms of the legal implications?’
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