Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -220) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Locating indigenous self-determination in the margins of settler sovereignty : an introduction / Lisa Ford 2. Vattel in revolutionary America : from the rules of war to the rule of law / Ian Hunter 3. Settler sovereignty and the shapeshifting crown / Paul McHugh and Lisa Ford 4. 'It would only be just' : a study of territoriality and trading posts along the Mackenzie River 1800-27 / Janna Promislow 5. Pan-nationalism as a crisis management strategy : John Ross and the Tahlequah conference of 1843 / Tim Alan Garrison 6. Obstacles to 'a proper exercise of jurisdiction' : sorcery and criminal justice in the settler-indigenous encounter in Australia / Heather Douglas and Mark Finnane 7. Vanished theocracies : Christianity, war and politics in colonial New Zealand 1830-80 / Richard Boast 8. When settlers went to war against Christianity / Norman Etherington 9. The identity of indigenous political thought / Tim Rowse 10. Economy, change and self-determination : a Central Australian case / Diane Austin-Broos 11. Land rights and development in Australia : caring for, benefiting from, governing the indigenous estate / Jon Altman 12. Indigenous land rights and self-government : inseparable entitlements / Kent McNeil 13. Three perversities of Indian law / Jacob T. Levy 14. Section 223 and the shape of native title : the limits of jurisdictional thinking / Shaunnagh Dorsett and Shaun McVeigh 15. Whakaeke i nga ngaru : riding the waves : Maori legal traditions in New Zealand public life / Carwyn Jones 16. Indigenous jurisdiction as a provocation of settler state political theory : the significance of human boundaries / Kirsty Gover.