3 edition of Cultural sovereignty found in the catalog.
Seminar on Canadian American Relations (28th 1986 University of Windsor)
by Centre for Canadian-American Studies, University of Windsor in Windsor, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||edited by James Chacko.|
|Series||Canadian-American Seminar publications,|
|Contributions||Chacko, James., University of Windsor. Centre for Canadian-American Studies.|
|LC Classifications||F1029.5.U6 S46 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 373 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||88162109|
Sovereignty and the sovereign state are often seen as anachronisms; Globalization and Sovereignty challenges this view. Jean L. Cohen analyzes the new sovereignty regime emergent since the s evidenced by the discourses and practice of human rights, humanitarian intervention, transformative occupation, and the UN targeted sanctions regime that blacklists alleged by: This book argues that the colonial confrontation was central to the formation of international law and, in particular, its founding concept, sovereignty. Traditional histories of the discipline present colonialism and non-European peoples as peripheral by:
The book, therefore, does not give simplistic, pat down answers to this complex question. Rather, acknowledgement is given to the fact that the tension between God’s goodness and sovereignty in relation to suffering is a multifaceted question that each individual approaches from . In this book, Rifkin thoughtfully prods us to think about how queer Native writers are literally ‘reimagining’ Indianness outside of those oppressive norms in a way that nuances our understanding of how Native peoples practice sovereignty in everyday life, despite the continued influence of .
The right of a culture to assert certain authority over property, rules of conduct, laws, and other matters affecting its members. Until recent times cultural sovereignty was tied closely to territory, but with the mixing of cultures in modern nation-states it is difficult to assert special rights for each group, and individuals are increasingly choosing to associate themselves with multiple. cultural sovereignty translation in English-French dictionary. en specialized professional arts training institutions of high quality that demonstrate need for such support." 16 By the middle s, the federal government had identified culture as a national priority and an important mechanism for maintaining cultural sovereignty and identity. The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC.
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‘Cultural sovereignty’ looks at this stereotype, fictional representations of Indians, where this stereotype has come from, and the lengths Indians have gone to contest it. Native Americans have tried to make the Europeans understand the logic of their ways of life and have consistently challenged white representations of : Theda Perdue.
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Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, 5/5(11). Sovereignty: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Men is a call for men to once again rise up and establish themselves as they once were―a revolution if you will.
Inside the pages of this book, we’ll uncover the battle each man will inevitably engage in, the external forces fighting against the call to masculinity, and the internal struggle all men must overcome/5().
A section on the Arts illuminates the relationships between property, sovereignty, and culture, and a further section investigates regulatory property and governmental control over resources.
The book concludes with an exploration of sovereign shaping of private property entitlements to achieve instrumental ends.
Our cultural sovereignty: the second century of Canadian broadcasting (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your. Property and Sovereignty is the best collection of essays on these questions to be found.
It is essential reading for anyone who is concerned about what the idea of property might mean today.’ Laura S. Underkuffler, Cornell University, USA ’The chapters in Property and Sovereignty offer deep and scholarly examinations of this important topic.
“Diversity and Disciplinarity as Cultural Artifacts,” Disciplinarity and Dissent in Cultural Studies. Nelson and D. Gaonkar (Eds.). New York: Routledge. “Sovereignty Without Territoriality: Notes for a Postnational Geography,” The Geography of Identity.
Yaeger (Ed.). Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press. Cultural Sovereignty Is the belief that a small set of people (elitist ruling class) politically in power can, define the culture of their country.
In USA elitist ruling class are, not officially recognized as such since after the Civil War. Placing the word tribal – meaning, the people – before the word sovereignty, he reasoned, “can be said to consist more of continued cultural integrity than of political powers,” and he emphasized, “to the degree that a tribal nation loses its sense of cultural identity, to that degree it suffers a loss of sovereignty.” Thirty six Author: Donna Ennis.
About the Book Sovereignty Matters investigates the multiple perspectives that exist within indigenous communities regarding the significance of sovereignty as a category of intellectual, political, and cultural. Cultural Sovereignty A country must be in control of its cultural destiny if it is to have a policy for the promotion of the arts and thus for the protection and development of its national cultural expression.
Book I, “Contemporary Theories of Sovereignty,” compares the varied interpretations of sovereignty given by a range of 20th-century political theorists (Maritain, Foucault, Derrida, Schmitt, Agamben, Hardt, and Negri) with Jean Bodin’s initial outline of the concept, rendered at the outset of modern political thought in the 16th century.
The concept of bio-cultural sovereignty is drawn from Native American Studies scholar Stefano Varese who explores the daily forms of biological and cultural resistance and adaptation in South America.
This article extends Varese’s notions by exploring biological and cultural resistance in Native California with a particular focus on the continuing cultural practice of by: A section on The Arts illuminates the relationships between property, sovereignty and culture and a further section investigates regulatory property and governmental control over resources.
The book concludes with an exploration of sovereign shaping of private property entitlements to achieve instrumental : James Charles Smith. Vizenor reveals in Native Liberty the political, poetic, visionary, and ironic insights of personal identity and narratives of cultural sovereignty.
He examines singular acts of resistance, natural reason, literary practices, and other strategies of survivance that evade and subvert the terminal notions of tragedy and victimry.
Get this from a library. Our cultural sovereignty: the second century of Canadian broadcasting. [Clifford Lincoln; Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.]. The concept of cultural sovereignty may seem a bit ambiguous to legal scholars who are trained to see Native sovereignty as a function of federal Indian law doctrine.
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three day road world-wide search for a delicious-and humane-plate of seafood. Along the way, he explains the cultural and. Mihesuah, a Choctaw historian, is KU’s Cora Lee Beers Price Teaching Professor in International Cultural Understanding. Her 17th book, “Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health,” co-edited with Elizabeth Hoover, is due out this summer.
Henry Reynolds is the widely acclaimed author of six books on the history of Aboriginal Australia. Two of his books, The Other Side Of The Frontier () and Law Of The Land () have won major awards. Among his other books are Dispossession () and Frontier (). His most recent book is Fate Of A Free People ().
Eritrea Sovereignty, a Struggle and Survival. A State of Cultural diversity Eritrea History Political, Military and Cultural Book. The Eritrean people resort to armed struggle mainly because all efforts made to gain its independence through peaceful means were exhausted.
Dieter Grimm's accessible introduction to the concept of sovereignty ties the evolution of the idea to historical events, from the religious conflicts of sixteenth-century Europe to today's trends in globalization and transnational institutions.While the origins of the idea of sovereignty as responsibility for the common good of the political community can be traced further back in history, the coming together of the specific tradition on this idea that is the focus of this book traces to the same beginnings as the just war tradition: the medieval intellectual revival of the late twelfth and thirteenth centuries.