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  • Triumph of the nomads: a history of Aboriginal Australia
  • The Orang Asli. The aboriginal tribes of peninsula Malaysia
  • The getting of the Nganabbarru : observations and reflections on Aboriginal buffalo hunting in northern Australia
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Conflict ; Cultural studies ; Fauna ; Hunting ; Land management ; Management ; Northern Territory
  • The experience of buffalo hunting trips with Aboriginal men in central Arnhem Land is used as a point of departure to consider the relationships between Aboriginal people and megaherbivores, and to explore the complexity of feral animal management
  • in cross-cultural settings. The enquiry raises the question of the cultural conception of feral animals. The failure to continue control programs and inadequate consultation with Aboriginal landowners meant that today's land managers are once again faced
  • with conflicting views about controlling feral buffalo populations on Aboriginal land and within National Parks like Kakadu.
  • Aboriginal settlements
  • The hordes of discord: Australian aboriginal social organisation reconsidered
  • The urban experience of Aborigines: a structural analysis
  • Kakadu and Uluru : aboriginal lands in Australia's national parks
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Ethnic group ; Land appropriation ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Natural park ; Nature conservation
  • An important juncture in the evolution of planning and management policies for Australia's national parks was the return to aboriginal ownership of designated areas of Kakadu and Uluru parks. - (DWG)
  • Ignorance and historical geographies of Aboriginal exclusion : evidence from the 2007 Bouchard-Taylor Commission on Reasonable Accommodation
  • Aborigines ; Applied geography ; Canada ; Colonization ; Historical geography ; Quebec ; Social exclusion
  • The AA. undertake a geographically sensitive analysis of Quebec's 2007 Bouchard-Taylor Commis-sion to demonstrate how ignorance of Aboriginal realities works strategically to sustain unequally occupied rhetorical and material space. They analyze how
  • the law, and ignorance of how it applies to Aboriginal peoples, is mobilized by the Commissioners to create a space from which Aboriginal peoples could be excluded, and highlight the continuity of this strategy with past debates over Que-bec identity
  • Aboriginal and peasant cultures of the Caribbean
  • Aborigines ; Agricultural practice ; Amerindians ; Caribbean ; Cultural geography ; Ethnic group ; Peasantry ; Social geography ; West Indies ; World
  • Aborigines ; Cultural geography ; Ethnography ; Historical geography ; Mexico ; Peasantry ; Traditional agriculture
  • Cogent overview of research on aboriginal and peasant cultural ecology in Mexico organized into a) the archaeological record and aboriginal agriculture; b) ethnohistorical sources; c) use of colonial archives; and d) the ethnographic present.―(DWG)
  • Geographic research on aboriginal and peasant cultures in Amazonia, 1980-1990
  • Aborigines ; Amazonas ; Amerindians ; Brazil ; Cultural geography ; Frontier region ; Peasantry ; Peru ; Settlement ; South America ; Subsistence agriculture;Subsistence farming ; Traditional agriculture ; Tropical rain forest ; Village
  • Geographic research on aboriginal and peasant cultures has focused on Indian subsistence, peasant riverine villagers, and frontier settlement. Although geographers have made important contributions, they have written less about rainforest
  • Place narratives and the origins of inner Sydney's Aboriginal settlement, 1972-73
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Cultural identity ; Historical geography ; Housing ; Living conditions ; New South Wales ; Residential location ; Segregation ; Spatial allocation ; Sydney ; Urban area
  • This paper charts the story of the founding of the Aboriginal settlement in Sydney's Redfern in 1972-73. The A. shows how the utopian concept of a Black cooperative became pitted against the defensive concept of a Black ghetto in a struggle
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Cultural studies ; Geopolitics
  • An analysis of the cultural apparatus, recordings, and popular performance events of indigenous musicians reveals the construction of arenas of empowerment at a variety of geographical scales, within which genuine spaces of Aboriginal self
  • -determination and self expression can exist. The emergence of a vibrant Aboriginal popular music scene requires a rethinking of Australian music, and appeals for greater recognition of Aboriginal artists' sophisticated geopolitical strategies.
  • Infinidad de gentiles : aboriginal population in the Tulare Basin
  • Voluntary organisations and Australian Aboriginal urban adaptations in Adelaïde
  • Alice through the looking glass: marginalisation in the Aboriginal town camps of Alice Springs
  • The tribal system of appropriation in Aboriginal Australia
  • The Cossack skull and a dihybrid origin of the Australian Aborigines
  • Confronting risk: a case study of Aboriginal peoples' participation in environmental governance of uranium mining, Saskatchewan
  • Aborigines ; Canada ; Chemical pollution ; Community ; Extractive industry ; Governance ; Participation ; Risk ; Saskatchewan ; Social geography ; Uranium
  • This article analyses Aboriginal peoples' participation in environmental governance of uranium mining, Saskatchewan. Findings illustrate that risk assessments were presented in ways that rendered development as controllable and inevitable, which
  • facilitated domi-nant political economic agendas and capitalist practices. Aboriginal participants, however, introduced alternative interpretations of risk and sought to claim spaces within this governance institution through underscoring absent uncertainties
  • , and asserting knowledges of global technological failures and local conditions that contradicted scientific reassurances. Aboriginal participants also highlighted the social injustices of development processes in Saskatchewan's north, which shaped
  • their interpretations of risk, raising important questions about the value of these alternative governance institutions for Aboriginal peoples and their environments.
  • The participation of Australian Aboriginal women in a changing political environment in Gender and political geography.
  • In pre-European times, Aboriginal women played very important economic roles in their societies, in the religious and political spheres. Today, the variation in the position of women in the society is enormous. At the macro-scale of Australian