"A GlassHouse book." Chiefly papers from a double panel discussion held at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in 2005.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 'Restoring what was ours': An introduction / DERICK FAY chapter 2 Property, subjection and protected areas: The 'restitution' of Dwesa-Cwebe Nature Reserve, South Africa / DERICK FAY chapter 3 'They should be killed': Forest restitution, ethnic groups and patronage in post-socialist Romania / STEFAN DORONDEL chapter 4 The lie of the land: Identity politics and the Canadian land claims process in Labrador / EVIE PLAICE chapter 5 The antithesis of restitution? A note on the dynamics of land negotiations in the Yukon, Canada / PAUL NADASDY chapter 6 Enacting sovereignty in a colonized space: The Yolngu of Blue Mud Bay meet the native title process / FRANCES MORPHY chapter 7 Ethnoracial land restitution: Finding Indians and fugitive slave descendants in the Brazilian Northeast / JAN HOFFMAN FRENCH chapter 8 The will-to-community: Between loss and reclamation in Cape Town / CHRISTIAAN BEYERS chapter 9 Through the prism: Local reworking of land restitution settlements in South Africa / YVES VAN LEYNSEELE chapter 10 ¡Dueños de todo y de nada! (Owners of all and nothing): Restitution of Indian territories in the Central Andes of Peru / MONIQUE NUIJTEN chapter 11 Que sucede con PROCEDE? (What is happening with PROCEDE?): The end of land restitution in rural Mexico / KRISTINA TIEDJE chapter 12 'We'll never give in to the Indians': Opposition to restitution in New York State / BRIAN BLANCKE.