|Title||Making a Co-operative Turn: Renegotiating Culture-State Relationships|
|Created by:||Isobel M. Findlay|
|Description:||Discusses the renegotiation of culture-state relationships as an opportunity and obligation to enrich current debate and open up possibilities by revaluing Aboriginal knowledge and heritage and recognizing the benefits of co-operative, cross-disciplinary, and cross-cultural practices.
Excerpt from Disability Studies & Indigenous Studies edited by James Gifford and Gabrielle Zezukla-Mailloux.
Entire book on one pdf. To access paper, scroll to p. 7.
|Publisher:||CRC Humanities Studio|
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Indigenous Knowledge > Appropriation
Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Cross-Cultural Relations
Indigenous Studies Portal > Government > Federal
Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Human Rights
Indigenous Studies Portal > Community > Identity
Indigenous Studies Portal > Government > Self-Government
|Names:||Findlay, Isobel [Find offline items]