45 minutes | Feb 4, 2020

Episode 4 – Non-Indigenous Understandings of Land

This episode’s discussion focuses on largely Western ideas regarding the ontology of land and the relationships between people, the state, and the land, offering a critical perspective on the dominant and colonial approaches to land which have historically guided our understandings of land and land rights. Featuring: Alejandra Mancilla (University of Oslo) “A Continent of and for Whiteness? “White” Colonialism and the 1959 Antarctic Treaty” Kerstin Reibold (UiT: Arctic University of Norway) “The Cultural and Historical Perspective of Welfare Egalitarianism”Margaret Moore (Queen’s University) “Indigenous Land Rights and State Territorial Rights”
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