Country, Native Title and Ecology

Country, Native Title and Ecology

Country, Native Title and EcologyEdited by: Jessica K Weir

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Country, native title and ecology all converge in this volume to describe the dynamic intercultural context of land and water management on Indigenous lands. Indigenous people’s relationships with country are discussed from various speaking positions, including identity and knowledge, the homelands debate, water planning, climate change and market environmentalism. The inter-disciplinary chapters range from an ethnographic description of living waters in the Great Sandy Desert, negotiating the eradication of yellow crazy ants in Arnhem Land, and legal analysis of native title rights in emerging carbon markets. A recurrent theme is the contentions over meaning, knowledge, and authority.

'Because this volume is scholarly, original and very timely it represents a key resource and reference work for land and sea managers; policy makers; scholars of the interface between post-native title responsibilities, NRM objectives and appropriate heritage protocols; and students based in the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities. It is rare for volumes to have this much cross-academy purchase and for this reason alone – it will have ongoing worth and value as a seminal collection.'
– Associate Professor Peter Veth, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, The Australian National University.

Details

ISBN (print):
9781921862557
ISBN (online):
9781921862564
Publication date:
Mar 2012
Note:
Aboriginal History Monograph 24
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/CNTE.03.2012
Series:
Aboriginal History Monographs
Co-publisher:
Aboriginal History
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities: Cultural Studies; Law; Science: Agriculture & Forestry, Environmental Sciences; Social Sciences: Indigenous Studies, Social Policy & Administration
Countries:
Australia

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