The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal

The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal International Journal on Minority and Group Rights CONTENTS Volume 13 No. 4 2006 Articles STEPHEN ALLEN/The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal 315–340 ROBYN LINDE/Statelessness and Roma Communities in the Czech Republic: Competing Theories of State Compliance 341–365 STEFANIA ERRICO/The World Bank and Indigenous Peoples: the Operational Policy on Indigenous Peoples (O.P. 4.10.) Between Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Traditional Lands and to Free, Prior, and Informed Consent 367–390 CELIA BROWN-BLAKE/Fair Trial, Language and the Right to Interpretation 391–412 Book Reviews James C. Hathaway, The Rights of Refugees under International Law (MARJOLEINE ZIECK) 413–426 Volume Contents 427–428 Author Index 429 IJGR 13_4 Contents 11/17/06 12:48 PM Page i IJGR 13_4 Contents 11/17/06 12:48 PM Page ii The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal STEPHEN ALLEN* 1. Introduction In The Consequences of Modernity , Giddens maintains that the arrival of modernity extinguished all pre-modern societies. 1 While he does not address the relationship between indigenous peoples/societies and modernity expressly, his theoretical work is profoundly significant in the indigenous context. It is implicit within his assump- tion about the parameters of modernity that the pre-modern identities of indigenous societies perished on contact with modern settler http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal on Minority and Group Rights Brill

The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal

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Martinus Nijhoff
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© 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1385-4879
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1571-8115
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10.1163/157181106779848322
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International Journal on Minority and Group Rights CONTENTS Volume 13 No. 4 2006 Articles STEPHEN ALLEN/The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal 315–340 ROBYN LINDE/Statelessness and Roma Communities in the Czech Republic: Competing Theories of State Compliance 341–365 STEFANIA ERRICO/The World Bank and Indigenous Peoples: the Operational Policy on Indigenous Peoples (O.P. 4.10.) Between Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Traditional Lands and to Free, Prior, and Informed Consent 367–390 CELIA BROWN-BLAKE/Fair Trial, Language and the Right to Interpretation 391–412 Book Reviews James C. Hathaway, The Rights of Refugees under International Law (MARJOLEINE ZIECK) 413–426 Volume Contents 427–428 Author Index 429 IJGR 13_4 Contents 11/17/06 12:48 PM Page i IJGR 13_4 Contents 11/17/06 12:48 PM Page ii The Consequences of Modernity for Indigenous Peoples: An International Appraisal STEPHEN ALLEN* 1. Introduction In The Consequences of Modernity , Giddens maintains that the arrival of modernity extinguished all pre-modern societies. 1 While he does not address the relationship between indigenous peoples/societies and modernity expressly, his theoretical work is profoundly significant in the indigenous context. It is implicit within his assump- tion about the parameters of modernity that the pre-modern identities of indigenous societies perished on contact with modern settler

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Published: Jan 1, 2006

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