Abstracts


Abstract

Arun Agrawal, Indigenous knowledge and the politics of classification

Melissa Leach and James Fairhead, Manners of contestation: “citizen science” and “indigenous knowledge” in West Africa and the Caribbean

Shubhra Gururani, Construction of Third World women's knowledge in the development discourse

Hugh Raffles, Intimate knowledge

Marie Roué and Douglas Nakashima, Knowledge and foresight: the predictive capacity of traditional knowledge applied to environmental assessment

Michael R. Dove, Hybrid histories and indigenous knowledge among Asian rubber smallholders

Tania Murray Li, Ethnic cleansing, recursive knowledge, and the dilemmas of sedentarism

Nandini Sundar, “Indigenise, nationalise and spiritualise”– an agenda for education?

Luisa Maffi, Endangered languages, endangered knowledge

Joeli Veitayaki, Taking advantage of indigenous knowledge: the Fiji case

Brad Haami and Mere Roberts, Genealogy as taxonomy

Mansoor Shahvali and Kiumars Zarafshani, Using PRA techniques as metacognitive strategies to develop indigenous knowledge – a case study

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