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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Spaces of Indigenous Justice

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ISBN13: 9781138646421
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00

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This book employs critical theory to investigate the different worldviews involved in an engagement with indigenous normativities, and to suggest practical solutions for overcoming the systemic inequalities between Indigenous and non-indigenous cultures. Drawing upon recent conceptualisations of ‘spatial justice’, the book draws attention to those injustices masked by the operation of the dominant legal culture. It then considers these as materially contextualized, and constructs a foundation upon which to base new problem-solving tools.

Articulated in relation to four case studies, the theoretical framework developed here is nevertheless guided by a concern for its real-world, problem-solving, application. As such, it will be of considerable interest, not just to those carrying out scholarly work in the areas of spatial and indigenous justice, but also to practitioners, activists, and policy-makers working on indigenous issues.

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Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Spaces of Indigenous Justice

Part II: Situating the Problem
Chapter 2: The Individual as Crime Victim: Domestic & Sexual Violence Against Native Women in the US
Chapter 3: The Individual as Criminal Defendant: Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto
Chapter 4: The Group as Cultural Claimant: Narrandjeri and Cultural Sites
Chapter 5: Hybrid Civil Rights Claims: Sacred Sites on US Federal Public Lands
Chapter 6: Difficulties with the Rights-Based Approach

Part III: Through A Spatial Lens
Chapter 7: Exploring the Spatial Turn
Chapter 8: Legal Cultures
Chapter 9: Bodies
Chapter 10: Boundaries
Chapter 11: Temporalities Part IV: Re-visioning
Chapter 12: A Fresh Perspective
Chapter 13: Looking Forward