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Global Indigeneities and the Environment | Tom Havens

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Tom Havens, Professor of History

Global Indigeneities and the Environment –covering fields from indigenous studies, anthropology, communications, ethnoecology, ethnomusicology, geography, global studies, history, and literature –gives new understandings of the concept of global indigeneities and showcases some of the most promising current work in the field that relates this concept to the environment.

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