Political Authority, Recognition, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction

Political Authority, Recognition, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction SYMPOSIUM Democratic Professionalism: Sharing Authority in Civic Life Political Authority, Recognition, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction Albert W. Dzur Breanna M. Forni has traditionally centered around historical and legal questions The following symposium brings together the works of three concerning prior ownership, treaties, and court decisions, scholars concerning a topic we at The Good Society find imporHendrix's work serves here as a springboard for a different, tant both theoretically and practically. The concepts of ownerbroader discussion. It constructs a new and distinctly theoretical ship, authority, and self-determination hold obvious significance case for why indigenous peoples in stable democratic societies and importance to indigenous peoples throughout the world; but have a right to separation and it offers procedures for how such how we choose to conceptualize these terms holds important real separations could effectively occur. This is important not because world implications in democratic societies for indigenous and Hendrix is the first or only scholar to do this, nor because more non-indigenous citizens alike. Serious inquiry into the rights of historical-legal approaches are unimportant. What Hendrix's indigenous peoples offers a valuable lens through which we can book offers is a new look into a question that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

Political Authority, Recognition, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction

The Good Society, Volume 19 (2) – Jan 13, 2010

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SYMPOSIUM Democratic Professionalism: Sharing Authority in Civic Life Political Authority, Recognition, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Introduction Albert W. Dzur Breanna M. Forni has traditionally centered around historical and legal questions The following symposium brings together the works of three concerning prior ownership, treaties, and court decisions, scholars concerning a topic we at The Good Society find imporHendrix's work serves here as a springboard for a different, tant both theoretically and practically. The concepts of ownerbroader discussion. It constructs a new and distinctly theoretical ship, authority, and self-determination hold obvious significance case for why indigenous peoples in stable democratic societies and importance to indigenous peoples throughout the world; but have a right to separation and it offers procedures for how such how we choose to conceptualize these terms holds important real separations could effectively occur. This is important not because world implications in democratic societies for indigenous and Hendrix is the first or only scholar to do this, nor because more non-indigenous citizens alike. Serious inquiry into the rights of historical-legal approaches are unimportant. What Hendrix's indigenous peoples offers a valuable lens through which we can book offers is a new look into a question that

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