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Title Indigenous societies in the post-colonial world : responses and resilience through global perspectives / Bina Sengar, A. Mia Elise Adjoumani, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, [2023]
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 313 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
Contents Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Postcolonialism and ideas of Indigenous resilience: experiences of india and usa (Dr. Bina sengar) -- Chapter 3. Fracturing and formation of cultural spaces of florida seminole - from settlements to reservation (Dr. Bina sengar) -- Chapter 4. Conflict And Compromise: Social Adaptation And Response Of The Osage To Colonization (Jimmy Lee Beason Ii) -- Chapter 5. Tajik Indigenous People Of Tajikistan On Path To Development Or Destruction? -- Chapter 6. Separate state movement of bundelkhand: a review study (dr. Chitragupt) -- Chapter 7. The reinvention of Africa or the counter-discourse of afropessimism (a. Mia elise adjoumani) -- Chapter 8. Black Identity and Narratives: Postcolonial Interventions From Global South (Anjali Gavali) -- Chapter 9. Omi: Water In Comparison To the Black Female Body (Michelle Grant-Murray) -- Chapter 10. Confronting Gender Models in African Postcolonial Literature As A Resilience Strategy (Troh-Gueyes Lontine) -- Chapter 11. Bio-Diversity Habitats, People, Policies And Problematics: Through Case Studies Of Ecological Hotspots Of Aurangabad And Beed (Shaikh Feroz Iliyas) -- Chapter 12. The Unintended Outcomes Of Sustainable Development: Hybridizing Beaches Through Small-Scale Tourism (Vanessa Len-Len) -- Chapter 13. Corn, language and culture. Ecological relationship (m.l.a. Miguel reyes contreras) -- Chapter 14. Long - period fluctuations in the rainfall over the rain shadow zone of maharashtra state (vidya c. Kachkure) -- Chapter 15. Saving The Tree For The Forrest: Lessons From Pandemic For Post-Colonial Indigeneity In South Africa (Roche Myburgh) -- Chapter 16. The post-colonial response of india in protecting Indigenous knowledge (Dr. Nandita s. Patil)
Summary This edited book provides perceptions on Indigeneity through a global perspective. Emphasizing the contemporary and postcolonial debates on Indigenous, it delves into diversity and dissonance within Indigenous concepts. Through its chapters based on theoretical and empirical studies from Asian, African, and American perceptions of Indigenous societies, it brings out complexity, resilience, and response of Indigenous in the post-colonial global society. It especially looks at how these societies manage to move forward by going beyond the stigma of the colonial past. The chapters in the book are divided into three sections where they discuss Indigenous cultures through interdisciplinary perspectives. The narrative approach of historical concepts and contemporary Indigenous challenges within the book include anthropological, cultural, ecological, historical, literary, and legal studies. The contributions in the collection come from widely respected international scholars who are engaged in Indigeneity and postcolonial questions. It allows the reader to (re)discover the theories and resilience of the Indigenous societies that are historically marked and are reshaping the histories and contemporary narratives in the world. This book is of particular interest to scholars, students, policymakers, and people curious about the histories and the dynamic progress of the Indigenous and Indigenous societies of Africa, the Americas, and Asia.
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed March 17, 2023)
Subject Indigenous peoples -- Social conditions.
Postcolonialism.
Decolonization.
Decolonization.
Indigenous peoples -- Social conditions.
Postcolonialism.
Form Electronic book
Author Sengar, Bina, editor.
Adjoumani, A. Mia √Člise, 1973- editor.
ISBN 9789811987229
981198722X