Posts Tagged: Indigenous

McNeish, John-Andrew. “Extraction, Protest and Indigeneity in Bolivia: The TIPNIS Effect.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 8:2 (July 2013): 221-242.

Using the 2011 protests against the construction of a road through the Isobore Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory (TIPNIS), McNeish argues that the dynamics indigeneity in Bolivia are more complex and contradictory than previous authors have claimed. Contrary to

McNeish, John-Andrew. “Extraction, Protest and Indigeneity in Bolivia: The TIPNIS Effect.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 8:2 (July 2013): 221-242.

Using the 2011 protests against the construction of a road through the Isobore Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory (TIPNIS), McNeish argues that the dynamics indigeneity in Bolivia are more complex and contradictory than previous authors have claimed. Contrary to

The Indigenous Struggle against Neoliberalism in Brazil

If you’ve heard about Brazil in the news over the last decade, you’ve probably heard some mention of its growing economy and entrance onto the world stage as a global economic power. Acronyms like BRIC, with B representing the up

The Indigenous Struggle against Neoliberalism in Brazil

If you’ve heard about Brazil in the news over the last decade, you’ve probably heard some mention of its growing economy and entrance onto the world stage as a global economic power. Acronyms like BRIC, with B representing the up