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Constructing indigenousness in the late modern world
Collisions of cultures and identities: settlers and ingigenous peoples (2007)
  • Robert Cribb, Australian National University
  • Li Narangoa, Australian National University
Abstract

Examines changing meanings of the term 'indigenous" in relation to other ideas that have been valued in various (mainly Western) philosophical system, such as priority, attachment to the land, and technical knowledge.

Keywords
  • indigenous,
  • indigenousness,
  • indigeneity,
  • constructing,
  • rights,
  • miugration,
  • Africa,
  • Pacific,
  • native,
  • aborigine,
  • autochthon,
  • local,
  • indigene,
  • Australian natives Association,
  • Aboriginal,
  • authochthonous,
  • Rwanda,
  • Burundi,
  • Tutsi,
  • Hutu,
  • Hamitic,
  • Vietnam,
  • Vietnamese,
  • Cham,
  • Khmer,
  • hawaii,
  • memehune,
  • Mongol,
  • Manchu,
  • China,
  • Chinese,
  • Alexander the great,
  • migrants,
  • Taiwan,
  • Jews,
  • Indians,
  • indio,
  • civilizado,
  • indu,
  • endu,
  • Latin,
  • indigena,
  • gignere,
  • Portuguese,
  • exotics,
  • foreigners,
  • Australia,
  • Amazonia,
  • Siberia,
  • Mamdani,
  • Manchuria,
  • Korean,
  • China proper,
  • Japanese,
  • Pu Yi,
  • Indonesia,
  • Manchukuo,
  • Dutch,
  • foreign orientals,
  • Fiji,
  • Malaya,
  • Burma,
  • United Nations,
  • International Decade of the World's Indigenous Peoples,
  • Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues,
  • pribumi,
  • bumiputera,
  • prior settlement,
  • being first,
  • Great Fleet,
  • New Zealand,
  • Maori,
  • moon Armstrong,
  • Coleridge,
  • ancient mariner,
  • we were the first,
  • copyright,
  • patent,
  • priority,
  • attachment to land,
  • herding,
  • perilds,
  • Blut und Boden,
  • mooi Indie,
  • kangaroos,
  • wattles,
  • silver fern,
  • kiwi,
  • poetry,
  • environment,
  • Dorothea Mackellar,
  • My Country,
  • drought,
  • flooding rains,
  • national park,
  • South Africa,
  • United States,
  • indigenous knowledge,
  • medicine,
  • Palestine,
  • herding,
  • pastoralism,
  • nomadic,
  • Silent Spring,
  • Carson,
  • Club of Rome Report,
  • Mao Zedong,
  • steppe,
  • Kalimantan,
  • Java,
  • Bali,
  • topsoil,
  • burining,
  • slave trade,
  • Holocaust,
  • racism,
  • affirmative action,
  • mueaumization,
  • traditional,
  • Okinawa,
  • tribal,
  • democracy,
  • market,
  • human rights
Publication Date
2007
Editor
Patricia Grimshaw and Russell McGregor
Publisher
Department of History, University of Melbourne
Citation Information
Robert Cribb and Li Narangoa. "Constructing indigenousness in the late modern world" MelbourneCollisions of cultures and identities: settlers and ingigenous peoples (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_cribb/36/