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Title Decolonizing law : Indigenous, third world and settler perspectives / edited by Sujith Xavier, Beverley Jacobs, Valarie Waboose, Jeffery G. Hewitt and Amar Bhatia.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
©2021

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Physical description 1 online resource ( vii, 312 pages) : illustrations.
Series Indigenous peoples and the law series
Notes "A GlassHouse Book"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : decolonizing law in the global north and south : expanding the circle / S. Xavier and J. Hewitt -- Decolonizing anishnaabe nibi inaakonigewin and gikendaasowin research : reinscribing anishnaabe approaches to law and knowledge / (A. Craft, D. McGregor, R. Seymour & S. Chiblow) -- Statehood, Canadian sovereignty, and the attempted domestication of Indigenous legal relations / (A. Bhatia) -- Decolonization in third and fourth worlds : synergy, solidarity and sustainability through international law / Usha Natarajan -- Mastery and gratitude : development aid & the colonial condition in Palestine / Reem Bahdi & Mudar Kassis -- Rethinking international legal education in Latin America (REDIAL) : exploring some obstacles of a hegemonic colonial academic model in Chile and Colombia / (P. Acosta Alvarado, A. Álvez Marín, L. Betancur-Restrepo, E. Prieto-Ríos, D. Rivas-Ramírez & F. Veçoso) -- Indigenous peoples and Belo Monte hydroelectric plant : the mobilization of displaced indigenous people in the urban area of Altamira / Estella Libardi de Souza & Assis da Costa Oliveira -- Unearthing (De)colonial legal relations : mining law in Aotearoa New Zealand / Estair Van Wagner & Maria Bargh -- Comparative law and epistemologies of ignorance in Chilean constitutional adjudication : a case study / Amaya Alvez, Tatsuhiko Inatani & Marta Infantino -- Not empty of laws : Indigenous legal orders and the Canadian state / Mary Eberts -- The right to free, prior, and informed consent (FPIC) : reflections on experiences of two Indigenous communities in northern regions of Canada and Chile / Terry Mitchell, Courtney Arseneau, José Aylwin Oyarzún & Darren Thomas -- Decolonizing corrections / Beverley Jacobs, Yvonne Johnson and Joey Twins -- (Re)bundling nêhiyaw âskiy : nêhiyaw constitutionalism through land stories / Darcy Lindberg -- Conducting research from an Indigenous lens / (Valarie Waboose).
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 04, 2021).
Other author Xavier, Sujith, 1977- editor.
Jacobs, Beverley, editor, author.
Waboose, Valarie, editor, author.
Hewitt, Jeffery G., editor.
Bhatia, Amar, editor, author.
Taylor & Francis
Subject Decolonization.
Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Local series Taylor & Francis eBooks
ISBN 9781003161387 electronic book
1003161383 electronic book
9781000396515 electronic book
1000396517 electronic book
9781000396553 electronic book
100039655X electronic book
9780367751876 hardcover
9780367751883 paperback

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