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Indigenous knowledge and the environment in Africa and North America

Auteur(s) : Gordon, David (Éd.)
Krech, Shepard III (Éd.)
Description matérielle : 335 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Collection : Ohio University Press series in ecology and history Publication : Athens : Ohio University Press, 2012.Cote : G.4781Note : Bibliogr. p. 307-315 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Ethnoécologie | Savoir local
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Introduction. Indigenous knowledge and the environment / Gordon, David and Krech, Shepard III --

Looking like a white man. Geopolitical strategies of the Iowa Indians during American incorporation / Bernstein, David --

On biomedicine, transfers of knowledge, and malaria treatments in Eastern North America and tropical Africa / Webb, James L. A. Jr --

Indigenous ethnoornithology in the American South / Krech, Shepard III --

Nation-building knowledge. Dutch indigenous knowledge and the invention of white south africanism, 1890-1909 / Van Sittert, Lance --

Locust invasions and tensions over environmental and bodily health in the colonial Transkei / Tropp, Jacob --

Navajos, new dealers, and the metaphysics of nature / Weisiger, Marsha --

Cherokee medicine and the 1824 smallpox epidemic / Kelton, Paul --

Spirit of the Salmon. Native religion, rights, and resource use in the Columbia River Basin / Fisher, Andrew H. --

Indigenous spirits: ancestral power in a South-Central African kingdom / Gordon, David M. --

Recruiting nature. Snakes, serpents, and social movements in East Africa and North America / Shipton, Parker --

Marine tenure of the Makahs / Reid, Joshua --

Reinventing "traditional" medicine in postapartheid South Africa / Flint, Karen --

Dilemmas of "indigenous tenure" in South Africa. Traditional authorities and the constitutional challenge to the 2004 communal land rights act / Fay, Derick.

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