Acknowledgments. Introduction: Decolonising Approaches to Indigenous Rights Adolfo de Oliveira. 1. Indigenous Peoples and their Territories Andrew Gray 2. The Reconstruction of Waimiri-Atroari Territory Stephen G. Baines 3. Legal Process of Abolition of Collective Property: The Mapuche Case Jorge Calbucura 4. Religion, Belief and Action: The Case of Ngarrindjeri Women's Business on Hindmarsh Island, South Australia, 1994-1996 James F. Weiner 5. American Indian Sovereignty: Now You See It, Now You Don't Peter d'Errico 6. A Possible Indigenism: The Limits of the Constitutional Amendment in Argentina GELIND 7. Strategies for Equities in Indigenous Education: A Canadian First Nations Case Study Marlene R. Atleo 8. Notes on the Role of the Teacher in Indigenous School Education Edmundo Antonio Peggion 9. Disease versus Genocide: The Debate over Population Paula Sherman 10. Indigenous People, Civil Society and the Environment: The Struggle for Sustainability Mario Blaser. Contributors. Index.
Adolfo de Oliveira worked with Indigenous rights for many years as an anthropological advisor to the Federal Attorney-General's Office in Brazil, and as a researcher, since 1994. He has a PhD from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.