Hunters and Bureaucrats: Power, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Southwest Yukon
By: Paul Nadasdy (author)Paperback
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This book will be of interest to anthropologists and others studying the nature of aboriginal-state relations in Canada and elsewhere, as well as those interested in developing an "ethnography of the state."
Paul Nadasdy is an associate professor of anthropology at Cornell University.
Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction 1 Aboriginal-State Relations in Kluane Country: An Overview 2 "It's Not Really `Knowledge' at All, It's More a Way of Life" 3 The Politics of TEK: Power and the Integration of Knowledge 4 Counting Sheep: The Ruby Range Sheep Steering Committee and the Construction of Knowledge 5 Knowledge-Integration in Practice: The Case of the Ruby Range Sheep Steering Committee 6 "Just Like Whitemen": Property and Land Claims in Kluane Country Conclusion Notes References Index
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