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Parution: Teloloapan’s codice
The Teloloapan Cruz-Ramírez codice, Alfredo This book presents the testimony of a hybrid forged culture in the province known as Plata Province in Taxco, Sultepec and Zacualpan. He refers to a careful analysis of the 5 pictograms registered as the Telolopan Códice dating from the sixteenth century....
“SHE can talk on paper, too”: Sarah Winnemucca, a numa intellectual who engages
, a controversial figure of the Amerindian history of the second half of the 19th century, Sarah Winnemucca appears to be the archaetype of the committed Amerindian intellectual. In a short life marked by tension between idealism and dissilsion, indigenous traditions and openness to alien knowledge,...
People on the Move in the Eastern Sertons (Minas Gerais, 1750-1850)
The article examines the movement of an indigenous network of people affiliated to the Maxakali lingüist family for a century beginning in mid-seven with the formation of a large population known as the ‘Aldeia do Capitão Tomé’, which would then be fragmented, giving rise to various subgroups which,...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
Sentithink mapuche with the waters of Huenehue: Towards a political ecology and a demand-driven anthropology
Biodiversity has been significantly devastated by extractivist activities in territories inhabited by indigenous peoples. This article originates from the anthropological report that was ‘challenged’ by the Leufu Wueneywue Association, which was carried out in Tralcapulli and Llongahue (Los Ríos Reg...
Iron-Age Settlement and Cultural Dynamic in Northeast and North Taiwan : A Technological Approach to Ceramic Assemblages at the Chiwulan Site (Ilan, Northeast Taiwan, 650-1850A.D.)
Situated at the junction of historic times, Taiwan’s Iron Age is considered the key to understanding the origin and history of the island’s aboriginal peoples. With this perspective, this thesis focuses on the Iron Age in Northeast and North Taiwan through a research into the affiliations among cera...
Real elections? Authenticity, representation and conflict in Guatemala’s Indigenous Reinas competitions
In this article I am interested in analysing the various ways of representing indigenous authenticity through competitions for Indigenous Reines of Guatemala. The analysis makes it possible to show how the indigenous has been represented or masts it in this country. I have chosen to reflect on this...
The Value of Connections for Aboriginal Peoples Navigating the Tuberculosis Experience
Specialization: Family Ecology and Practice Degree: Master of Science Abstract: Throughout the twentieth century, tuberculosis (TB) was and continues to be a pressing health problem facing Canadians. Aboriginal peoples living in Canada carry a large burden of the disease with those living in the Pra...
Social movements and democracy : the case of post-dictatorial Chile, 1988-2017
This thesis aims to give an account of the evolution, in Chile, of the management of the protest events by the institutions in charge of public order since the return to democracy in 1990. It aims to examine the way in which a country once ruled by repression frames, once the democracy returned, the...
Determinants of tuberculosis trends in six Indigenous populations of the USA, Canada, and Greenland from 1960 to 2014: a population-based study
Tuberculosis continues to disproportionately affect many Indigenous populations in the USA, Canada, and Greenland. We aimed to investigate whether population-based tuberculosis-specific interventions or changes in general health and socioeconomic indicators, or a combination of these factors, were a...
The invisible indigenous people or how Argentina has “bleached”
Since the end of the nineteenth century, in its desire to equate the Amerindian people of Mapuche with its republican ideology of liberal tradition, the Argentinian state has led to their invisibilisation rather than to their disappearance. Thus, in a context where ‘Argentinian national identity’ ha...
What perspectives for museums in the 20th century?
James Clifford © Museum of the Pay Branly — Jacques Chirac, photo Cyril Zannettacci Mr Frédéric KECK. It is a great pleasure and honour to welcome this inaugural conference of our colloquium The Museum of the Pay Branly 10 years on. A museum to imagine, Professor James Clifford, who has been one of...
In Search of Politics : Mapuche Organizations, State and Legitimacy in Santiago de Chile
This thesis explores the reconfiguration of political space in post-dictatorial Chile, and the place that might be occupied by those self-identified as Mapuche. It questions modalities, conditions and limits of political participation in the name of indigeneity, from a particular variant of contempo...
Health consequences and aggravations evidenced by COVID-19 in Brazilian indigenous populations: an integrative review
Este estudo objetivou realizar uma revisão integrativa acerca dos estudos que identificaram a influência da pandemia na saúde de indígenas brasileiros, a fim de agrupar estas informações e gerar dados pertinentes à uma análise qualitativa. Foram realizadas buscas nas bases de dados Scielo, Pubmed e...
Pluralistic truths and transitional justice in Colombia
This article asks about the capacity of Colombian transitional justice to integrate the voice of ethnic groups and their diverse truths into the building of peace and national historical memory. The truth of marginalised groups is thus counteracting the stories of majority groups. The instruments of...
To address interculturality: critical points from (and about) the new indigenous school education in South America
In this article, the notion of “interculturality”, one of the presumed conceptual axes of the new formal education policies that are aimed at the indigenous peoples of South America, is not conceived as a phenomenon of the “nature” of cultural and historical relations, but as a disitsive constructio...
Identification of energy needs of 4 native communities from the low urubamba and a proposal for decentralised supply
Consultation at the ETSI Industrial Library (7913) [es] The memory described presents two distinct objects which are linked when considering a local development project. The first was to carry out a comprehensive diagnosis of the four indigenous communities in which the School for Development operat...
Managing foreigners: race, mestimath, nation: Afrobeliceñas migrations in the territory of Quintana Roo, 1902-1940
EI Quintana Roo territory in south-eastern Mexico, on the border with Bel ice, was born in 1902. One of the recurrent difficulties of the territory was the lack of population and the measures taken to attract new inhabitants. And also to define these inhabitants. In this peripheral region, the popul...
The inclusion of indigenous traditional knowledge in Canadian mining and energy resource development projects: prospects and limitations
Since the Brundtland report of 1987, on which the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 was based, the concept of sustainable development has become an essential element of national and international resource management programmes. However, in Canada, the increased exploitation of mining and energy resources sup...
Guerrero. The political representation of indigenous peoples through the electoral constituencies
Summary of Mexico’s demographic dynamics requires the regular delimitation of its electoral territories, seeking population balance, but also the representation of indigenous groups, which constitute an important socio-cultural sector. This article outlines the methodology used to bring together the...
Decentralisation outside the centre: Debates on territorial autonomy in Bolivia (2005-2019)
From important moments in Bolivian history, where regionalisation and decentralisation involved political debates and activities, in recent years the pressure and assertive positions of the Amazon departments, known as the ‘Media Luna’, show in a deeply heterogeneous country, with the prominent pres...
Cryopreservation and cryotherapy of grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.)
This study aimed at establishing a cryopreservation protocol for grapevine shoot tips and at testing the efficiency of cryopreservation in eliminating selected grapevine viruses. In vitro cultures of healthy genotypes of eight Croatian autochthonous grapevine cultivars Plavac mali, Maraština, Pošip,...
The fond Jean-René Brutsch’s archives, based in Defap at Paris, inspired this study carried out on transculturation in Cameroonian missionary context. The analysis of this concept leads to cross and to renew views on diverse modalities and forms of religiosity, which generated from the meeting betwe...
Human and indigenous peoples at the Confluence Museum
The Museum of Confluences has enshrined in its core values respect for cultural diversity. The return to New Zealand of the two maories kept in its collections is the result of this ethical approach to relations with indigenous peoples and respect for human remains. The article describes the episode...
Ecosystem planning for biodiversity protection: representations of stakeholders in the Quebec forest community
This study offers a reading of the representations of ecosystem planning offered by members of the Quebec Forest Social System (scientists, governments, activists, indigenous people). Two groups were identified from around 20 respondents: innovators and receivers. Innovators are involved in the impl...