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by Graeme K. Ward,Claire Smith

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ISBN:
0774808063
Author:
Graeme K. Ward,Claire Smith
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Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
UBC Press (February 1, 2001)
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284 pages
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CONTENTS Preface by Gatjil Djerrkura, chair, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Chapter 1 Heather Burke, Claire Smith and Graeme Ward Globalisation and Indigenous Peoples: threat or empowerment? . a Tasmanian perspective Chapter 6 Lisa Meekison Indigenous presence in the Sydney Games Chapter 7 Howard Morphy Elite art for cultural elites: adding value to Indigenous arts Chapter 8 Penny Dransart Cultural tourism in an interconnected world: tensions and aspirations in Latin America Chapter 9 Stephen Loring and Daniel Ashini Past and future pathways: Innu cultural heritage in the twenty-first century.

Claire Smith, Graeme K Ward. The chapters in this book present a global perspective on Indigenous issues. DR CLAIRE SMITH is Lecturer in Archaeology at the Flinders University of South Australia

Claire Smith, Graeme K Ward. Increasingly, Indigenous people are being drawn into global networks. They feature a cross-disciplinary integration that takes a holistic approach in-line with that of most Indigenous peoples and include vignettes of Indigenous cultural practices. DR CLAIRE SMITH is Lecturer in Archaeology at the Flinders University of South Australia. An active field archaeologist, she has had extensive experience with indigenous communities in Australia and Asia.

To what extent have Indigenous Australians been able to become active participants in an interconnected world? These were some of the themes explored at the Fulbright Symposium,(1) & Cultures in an Interconnected World', held in the grounds of the Museum.

To what extent have Indigenous Australians been able to become active participants in an interconnected world? These were some of the themes explored at the Fulbright Symposium,(1) & Cultures in an Interconnected World', held in the grounds of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory during July 1997. More than 400 people from sixteen countries attended the presentations and workshops; over half of the participants, and one-third of presenters, were Indigenous people, and Indigenous Australians were well represented (Smith and Ward 1997).

Additional resources for Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World (Australian Fulbright papers). Such essentialism is overturned by exploring the manner in which historical constructions of Indigeneity and non-Indigeneity have been contingent on colonial power relations, thus revealing the fluid and shifting natures of these identities

Globalisation creates both risks and opportunities for Indigenous peoples

Globalisation creates both risks and opportunities for Indigenous peoples. This book describes successful strategies that have been used by Indigenous peoples to protect and promote their identities and cultural values in the face of pressures arising from an interconnected world. In the long term, cultural isolation is unlikely to be a viable even if sometimes desired option, so how can Indigenous people protect and advance their cultural values in the face of pressures from an interconnected world?

Smith, C. & Ward, G. (2000). Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World. Vancouver: UBC Press. In F. Youngman (E., The political economy of adult education & development (Chapter 4). London: ZED Books.

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Indigenous cultures of the developing Asian, African, Latin American cultures, relations built between the Christian world and the Islamic world, whose value orientations and socio-cultural patterns are radically different, are also a serious factor of the international insecurity an. .

Indigenous cultures of the developing Asian, African, Latin American cultures, relations built between the Christian world and the Islamic world, whose value orientations and socio-cultural patterns are radically different, are also a serious factor of the international insecurity and confrontation to the process of globalization of culture.

Join the world's largest family tree. About Clare Ward Shordon Smith. Birth announced in "The Brisbane Courier" of Saturday 13 July 1929: "JACKES. Claire Ward Shordon Smith (born Jackes) in MyHeritage family trees (A KiwiAdams finding his Roots!) Claire Ward Shordon Smith (born Jackes). Collection: MyHeritage Family Trees. Site name: A KiwiAdams finding his Roots! Site manager: Graeme Adams. Parents: Alexander Beresford Jackes, Ivy Emma Doris Jackes (born Shordon). On July 11th at Sellamah Private Hospital, Yeerongpilly, to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jackes, Sarina, . view all. Clare Ward Shordon Smith's Timeline.

Increasingly, Indigenous people are being drawn into global networks. In the long term, cultural isolation is unlikely to be a viable―even if sometimes desired―option, so how can Indigenous people protect and advance their cultural values in the face of pressure from an interconnected world?Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World is a comprehensive, thought-provoking discussion of the challenges that globalization presents for Indigenous peoples everywhere. It outlines successful strategies that have been used by Indigenous peoples to promote their identities and cultural values. It looks at their role as equal and active participants and, indeed, as innovators and leaders in an interconnected world. The authors present a truly global perspective on Indigenous issues. They feature a cross-disciplinary integration that takes a holistic approach and includes vignettes of Indigenous cultural practices.