Plus Pilots: Thinking about Indigenous Cultures of the World

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great content! The format is definitely that of a college lecture, so it can be a little flat at times, but the content is wonderful. The connections made between colonizer's law practices and indigenous people's ideologies (ex. corporations as people vs. rivers as people) were particularly interesting in this first episode.
Date published: 2020-08-30
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Thinking About Indigenous Cultures of the World
1: Thinking About Indigenous Cultures of the World

Indigenous peoples are members of communities that have languages and cultural heritages unique to themselves and who inhabit all six livable continents—from polar extremes to tropical latitudes. With this eye-opening lecture, Patricia A. McAnany, Kenan Eminent Professor of Anthropology, introduces you to what groups of people are indigenous and what it means to claim indigenous identity in the 21st century.

33 min