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Title Globalization and "minority" cultures : the role of "minor" cultural groups in shaping our global future / edited by Sophie Croisy.

Publication Info. Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2015]


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Description 1 online resource (338 pages) : illustrations.
Series Studies in international minority and group rights ; volume 8
Studies in international minority and group rights ; 8.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Summary "Globalization and 'Minority' Cultures: The Role of 'Minor' Cultural Groups in Shaping Our Global Future is a collective work which brings to the forefront of global studies new perspectives on the relationship between globalization and the experiences of cultural minorities worldwide"--Provided by publisher.
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Contents Globalization and "Minority" Cultures: The Role of "Minor" Cultural Groups in Shaping Our Global Future; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Contributors; Globalization and "Minority" Cultures Introductory Comments; PART 1: Reconceptualizing the Role of Minority Cultures in a Global Context; From Anthropophagy to Glocalization: A Hundred Years of Postcolonial Responses to Globalization; Mondialisation, minoritarité et conscience altéritaire; Reflexive Minority Action: Minority Narratives and New European Discourses
PART 2: Minority Cultures and "Glocal" Political Resistance: Thinking New Models of Identity and Citizenship Indigenous Peoples and National Self-Image in Australia and New Zealand; Globalization and Resistance: The Tibetan Case; Can the Afghan Diaspora Speak? Diasporic Identity in the Shadow of Human Rights; Protecting Minority Population in Europe with European law; PART 3: Minorities' Economico-Environmental Struggles; Feudalism and Integration of the Native Peoples of Peru in the Worldwide Economy; Re-Singing the World: Indigenous Pedagogies and Global Crisis during Conflicted Times
Idle No More: Indigenous People's Coordinated Reaction to the Twin Forces of Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in Canada PART 4: Non-Homogeneous Forms of Cultural Development: The Linguistic Paradigm; Indigenous Languages, Gender and Community Organisation in the Era of Globalization: The Case of the Mazatec Women of the Naxi-í in Oaxaca, Mexico; Against the Ethnicisation of Regional Territorial Minorities: Contribution from the Basque Experience in France; PART 5: Art as Resistance; Visualizing Development with Identity: Relational Aesthetics of Indigenous Collaborative Community Art Projects
Communication for Social Change in Indigenous Communities Limitations of Community Radios and Other Proposals: Igloolik Isuma Productions; PART 6: Literary Dismantlements of Global/Colonial Domination; L'indianisme au Brésil au travers des traductions, des adaptations et des transpositions en français du poème épique de José de Santa Rita Durão sur la découverte de Bahia: Caramurú. Poema épico do descobrimento da Bahia (1781); Spatiality and the Literature of Globalization; Tierno Monénembo's 'Fula': Between Distance and Empathy; Index of Names; Index of Subjects
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Subject Minorities.
Group identity.
International human rights law.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Globalization. (OCoLC)fst00943532
Group identity. (OCoLC)fst00948442
Minorities. (OCoLC)fst01023088
Human rights.
Multicultural society.
Added Author Croisy, Sophie, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Globalization and "minority" cultures. Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2015] 9789004282070 (DLC) 2014035135 (OCoLC)891029890
ISBN 9789004282087 (electronic book)
9004282084 (electronic book)
9789004282070 (hardback)
9004282076 (hardback)
Standard No. 40024486552
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