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Vol 10, No 2 (2016)

Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Spirituality, and the Future of Humans in Nature

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Guest edited by Robin Wright

Table of Contents


Indigenous Knowledge, Spiritualities, and Science: An Ongoing Discussion PDF
Robin M. Wright 133-136
Introducing John Mohawk PDF
Robin M. Wright 137-140


Peyote Woman PDF
James Treat 141-149
Mauna Kea: Ho‘omana Hawai‘i and Protecting the Sacred PDF
Marie Alohalani Brown 150-169
Wise People of Great Power: Jaguar-spirit Shamans Among Baniwa of the Northwest Amazon PDF
Robin M. Wright 170-188
Re-imagining Nature and American Indian Identity in Film PDF
Ulrike Wiethaus 189-207


The Necessity to Rethink Magic PDF
William S. Lyon 208-227

Field Notes

What’s in a Name? Autonymia Meets Cartography in Tribal Nations Maps PDF
Joy H. Greenberg 228-235

Review Essay

The Doctrine of Discovery as a Doctrine of Domination PDF
Joy H. Greenberg 236-244
‘Earth Eaters’ and the Spirits of Omama: A Review of The Falling Sky PDF
Robin M. Wright 245-254

Book Reviews

Indigenous Elders and Medicine Peoples Council Statement United Nations Convention on Climate Change COP21 Paris, France, 30 November 2015–11 December 2015 PDF
Robin M. Wright 255-259

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