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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 21/04 - PARTICIPATORY MAPPING OF INDIGENOUS LANDS IN LATIN AMERICA
Fecha:Domingo, 14 de Marzo, 2004  17:59:08 (-0300)
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CeHuNews 21/04
 
PARTICIPATORY MAPPING OF INDIGENOUS LANDS IN LATIN AMERICA
 
Copies of the following special issue are available for $15.00/copy.  Add $3.50 for postage and handling (domestic).  Contact Tom May for international postage rates.  There is  a 20% discount for orders of 5 copies or more (for classroom use, for example).

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PARTICIPATORY MAPPING OF INDIGENOUS LANDS IN LATIN AMERICA

Special Issue of Human Organization, Volume 62, Number 4, Winter 2003

Guest Editors, Peter H. Herlihy and Gregory Knapp

Maps of, by, and for the Peoples of Latin America.  Peter H Herlihy and Gregory Knapp

Participatory Research Mapping of Indigenous Lands in Darien, Panama.  Peter H Herlihy

Participatory Mapping of Community Lands and Hunting Yields Among the Bugle of Western Panama.  Derek A. Smith

Mapping Dreams in Nicaragua’s Bosawas Reserve.  Anthony Stocks

Mapping the Past and Future: Geomatics and Indigenous Territories in the Peruvian Amazon.  Richard Chase Smith, Margarita Benavides, Mario Pariona, and Ernesto Tuesta

Rights, Resources, and the Social Memory of Struggle:  Reflections on the Study of Indigenous and Black Community Land Rights on Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast.  Edmund T Gordon, Galio C Gurdian, and Charles R Hale

Narrating Place and Identity, or Mapping Miskitu Land Claims in Northeastern Nicaragua.  Karl Offen

Gentileza: Dr. David Robinson