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Between indigenous and settler governance / edited by Lisa Ford and Tim Rowse.

Publication:
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2012.
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1 online resource (241 p.)
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Subjects:
Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Jurisdiction.
Indigenous peoples -- Government relations.
Aboriginal Australians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia.
Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Between Indigenous and Settler Governance addresses the history, current development and future of Indigenous self-governance in four settler-colonial nations: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States. Bringing together emerging scholars and leaders in the field of indigenous law and legal history, this collection offers a long-term view of the legal, political and administrative relationships between Indigenous collectivities and nation-states. Placing historical contingency and complexity at the center of analysis, the papers collected here examine in detail the process by whi
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures and maps; Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; 1 Locating indigenous self-determination in the margins of settler sovereignty: an introduction; 2 Vattel in revolutionary America: from the rules of war to the rule of law; 3 Settler sovereignty and the shapeshifting Crown; 4 'It would only be just': a study of territoriality and trading posts along the Mackenzie River 1800-27; 5 Pan-nationalism as a crisis management strategy: John Ross and the Tahlequah conference of 1843
6 Obstacles to 'a proper exercise of jurisdiction' - sorcery andcriminal justice in the settler-indigenous encounter in Australia7 Vanished theocracies: Christianity, war and politics in colonial New Zealand 1830-80; 8 When settlers went to war against Christianity; 9 The identity of indigenous political thought; 10 Economy, change and self-determination: a Central Australian case; 11 Land rights and development in Australia: caring for, benefiting from, governing the indigenous estate; 12 Indigenous land rights and self-government: inseparable entitlements
13 Three perversities of Indian law14 Section 223 and the shape of native title: the limits of jurisdictional thinking; 15 Whakaeke i nga ngaru - riding the waves: Maori legal traditions in New Zealand public life; 16 Indigenous jurisdiction as a provocation of settler state political theory: the significance of human boundaries; Bibliography; Index
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Santa Fe, Arg.: elibro, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to eLibro affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Ford, Lisa, 1974-
Rowse, Tim, 1951-
Yeatman, Anna.
ISBN:
1-136-19538-6
0-203-08502-7
1-283-84501-6
1-136-19539-4
OCLC:
819380072
Publisher Number:
10.4324/9780203085028 doi