A Third Way

Decolonizing the Laws of Indigenous Cultural Protection

; Monte Mills

This thorough legal resource guides those pushing the frontlines of the nation's oldest battle: the fight to protect indigenous cultures. Les mer
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This thorough legal resource guides those pushing the frontlines of the nation's oldest battle: the fight to protect indigenous cultures.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface; 1. Legal history and foundations; 2. The jurisdictional framework of the second way, and the Cherokee diaspora; 3. Religious freedom, the value of sacred places, and the price of cultural ignorance; 4. Clashing values, the Blackfeet, and a measure of success in the 'Badger-Two'; 5. Federal cultural protection statutes: products of a dark history; 6. Tribal laws: the embodiment of the third way; 7. Both ends of the spectrum, and everything in between: state and local governments and indigenous cultures; 8. Indigenous cultures and intellectual property; 9. A 'third way' for the future.

Om forfatteren

Hillary Hoffmann is Professor of Law, Vermont Law School. She has fifteen years of experience in the field of federal Indian law, representing tribal clients in private practice. Along with teaching and writing on tribal cultural preservation, she has also testified in Congress on a variety of related topics. Monte Mills is Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Margery Hunter Brown Indian Law Clinic at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law, University of Montana. He has sixteen years of experience working for, with, and on behalf of Indian tribes as general and in-house counsel.