Foreword John Borrows 1. Knowing and Managing the Land: The Conundrum of Coexistence and Entanglement Fran oise Dussart and Sylvie Poirier 2. Dialogues on Surviving: Eeyou Hunters' Ways of Engaging Developers and Eeyou Youth Harvey A. Feit 3. The Endurance of Relational Ontology: Encounters between Eeyouch and Sport Hunters Colin H. Scott 4. Australia's Indigenous Protected Areas: Resistance, Articulation and Entanglement in the Context of Natural Resource Management Frances Morphy 5. Mediation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Another Analysis of "two-way" Conservation in Northern Australia Elodie Fache 6. Cultural Politics of Land and Animals in Treaty Eight Territory (Northern Alberta, Canada) Clinton N. Westman 7. Entanglements in Coast Salish Ancestral Territories Brian Thom 8. Transmission of Knowledge, Clans and Lands among the Yolnu (Northern Territory, Australia) Sachiko Kubota 9. Alien relations: Ecological and Ontological Dilemmas Posed for Indigenous Australians in the Management of "Feral" Camels on their Lands Petronella Vaarzon-Morel 10. Nehirowisiw Territoriality: Negotiating and Managing Entanglement and Co- existence. Sylvie Poirier 11. Is There a Role for Anthropology in Cultural Reproduction? Maps, Mining and the 'Cultural Future' in Central Australia Nicolas Peterson Afterword Michael Asch Contributors
"This is an excellent collection of essays by Australian and Canadian anthropologists on the interaction of Aboriginal peoples with the dominant settler society in their countries." -- Peter Russell, University Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto "Entangled Territorialities advances discussions of the position of Indigenous people in contemporary liberal nation-states, exemplified by Canada and Australia. In particular, the volume attacks the complexities of attempts to consider continued Indigenous presence and rights to territory and it moves beyond claims of pure sociocultural continuity towards an understanding of the ways in which Indigenous people pursue life-projects which embody some kind of autonomy for themselves." -- Fred R. Myers, Silver Professor of Anthropology, New York University
Fran oise Dussart is a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut. Sylvie Poirier is a professor in the Department of Anthropology at Universite Laval.